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    Default cb750 jockey shifters? need pics

    im trying to get some inspiration for making my jockey shift lever and cant for the life of me find any pics of em.

    any of you got some pics or tips?

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    Here's a pic from the start of my rebuild, not a 750 but its a 350F so basically a smaller version of the same motor. Its all made by hand with metal scraps and both the clutch and the shifter have a couple of bronze bushings so its all smooth.


    after the bike was "finished":

    Last edited by davis96; 06-23-2011 at 10:46 PM.

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    Bringing this back to life...


    If anyone has pics of a jockey shift CB750 please post up.

    Details if ya can.


    Thanks!!

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    Hey Davis, can you post a detail pic of your foot clutch set up please.

    Thanks.

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    Not a cb750 but a simple set up...


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    I am going to do one on a CB1100F i am choppin but i only started on the frame. I am thinking the only way is going to be cable driven foot clutch and just make up a shifter. I have done many others on CB350 and XS650 but they have worm gear and easy to convert. When i get started i will post how i make it. Like i said i just started on the frame mods and motor performane parts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rich View Post
    I am going to do one on a CB1100F i am choppin but i only started on the frame. I am thinking the only way is going to be cable driven foot clutch and just make up a shifter. I have done many others on CB350 and XS650 but they have worm gear and easy to convert. When i get started i will post how i make it. Like i said i just started on the frame mods and motor performane parts.
    If one does the worm gear mod...do you still need to pull the clutch when shifting?

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    no,,just when you start an stop,,youll need to learn how much to roll off the gas though, to not thrash the gears all to hell///

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    Quote Originally Posted by HWC View Post
    no,,just when you start an stop,,youll need to learn how much to roll off the gas though, to not thrash the gears all to hell///
    Interesting...thanks!

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    Here's the arm I made. It's 3/8" DOM so it's not as heavy. The hole from where the swingarm mounted is going to have a bronze bushing in it and the linkage will go to there for the clutch cable. Once I get it back to that point I'll take some more pictures. The controls have been the hardest part of my build so far. There's a lot of left over pieces of aluminum and steel in my garage from brackets and stuff I made that just didn't work.


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