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I am restoring a 1976 Honda CM91. The parts I am looking for are in the picture.

Please send me a personal message if you can help me out. I have no problem paying a decent buck for this stuff or Euro or Pound or Deutchmark...whatever.

Dean, Toronto
 

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You might want to contact wexy, his boss has a shop full of this type of stuff and you might get lucky
 

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Wexy is already working on this for me, but I appreciate the tip...this could be a long project...I was amazed to take apart the throttle grip and find a horizontal slide controlling the tension on the throttle cable...interesting:shock:
 

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dean wrote:
Wexy is already working on this for me, but I appreciate the tip...this could be a long project...I was amazed to take apart the throttle grip and find a horizontal slide controlling the tension on the throttle cable...interesting:shock:
Ohhh that brings back some memories . My 1965 C110 50cc Honda had that type throttle . Its great when its working . It sure tested my 12 year old pucker power the first time that twist grip would not return to idle . Nice looking bike . I hope you find the parts your searching.
 

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Still looking guys...
 

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Interesting, the front fender is very similar to the style of the dream model.
 

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One Wing And A Prayer:

I gave up trying to restore the horizontal throttle slide...I am going to use a conventional throttle set up.

Everything has to be just perfect for that horizontal set up to work.

Dean
 
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