We got the rear sub frame fabbed up for Stevens CB750 project. Steven had some arcgs bent up with 1 1/8 DOM tubingand went over to a buddy's and bent the tight bend for the very back of the frame. Progress is moving right along, starting on oil tank and seat, and mounting the gas tank next Saturday.
We also got the forks rebuilt and everything painted up and put back on the bike, and also rebuilt the water pump and installed the new timing belts.
This is Stevens CB750 Cafe project he is building. We built the motor for it last fall, and he brought it back over for us to add the GSXR swing arm and monoshock. We used the stock cb inner bushing, turned it down to fit inside the Suzuki swingarm, then make two spacers to center it in the frame and that got it hanging on the frame. Then we made the lower linkage mount out of rectangular tubing, then made a triangulated upper mount from 1 inch round tubing. So far everything looks good. Next we will take some arched round tubing and make the back half of the frame. It will also get a cafe tail section that will serve as the oil tank. Steven kind of likes the look of the 250 Suzuki tank on it, so it might go home with him also. When this bike is done, Steven will have built quite a head turner.
I also made a new seat set up on my CB. Upper photo.
This is the seat I just made last fall. Set me too close to the tank, makeing it to tight for my long legs. I think the new set up will be much better.
Got Bradys CB chopper wired plumbed and running. Runs great, now he will tear it down for paint and final assembly, then bring it back to rewire in final form and get it dialed in. Cant wait to see this one finished, it will be a show stopper I am sure.