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Re: 1978 cb125s guess it cant hurt On Tuesday, April 15, 2014 9:43 PM, JDS wrote:   Laurel, I know a mechanic in Wisconsin (USA) who specializes in
Laurel Faulk
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Re: 1978 cb125s www.partzilla.coarts/detail/honda/HP-17620-388-671.htmlm/p this link is helpful as it gives a list of all the other hondas that used the same gas cap as the
Laurel Faulk
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Re: 1978 cb125s Laurel, I know a mechanic in Wisconsin (USA) who specializes in vintage bikes who can probably repair that cap. Not many people have the know how or the
JDS
Apr 15
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Re: 1978 cb125s Can you show me picture of the correct gas tank cap for the cb125s 1978 ? Or a link to it Anis Sent from my iPhone
Ndhonk
Apr 15
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Re: 1978 cb125s I got the bike in January from original owner, it has less that 2 thousand miles on it, at that time it was stalling every chance it could, and of course me
laurelzein
Apr 15
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Re: 1978 cb125s lots of them yes, but not the "right one", and there is one listed that says it will fit a 125s but it does not, it is way to big I can tell that just by
Laurel Faulk
Apr 15
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Re: 1978 cb125s Lots of them on eBay Gas Caps
    Macchiracer
    Apr 14
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    Re: 1978 cb125s yeah I know the other bikes that use the same cap......still not easy to find though I just came across a 78 Honda Hawk for sale that isnt running so I shot
    laurelzein
    Apr 14
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    9636
    Re: 1978 cb125s My issue was the tank had sat and the cap was rusted up and gunned up bad. The holes that are built into it just weren't clearing up after a ton of cleaning
    kancept
    Apr 14
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    9635
    Re: 1978 cb125s But check the diameter of the neck hole before buying
    foxi_robyn
    Apr 14
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    Re: 1978 cb125s Drilling another vent hole is ok as a temp fix.Youll prob find a cap off a similar tank will fit. From your message, you have a flap over the cap, so i would
    foxi_robyn
    Apr 14
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    Re: 1978 cb125s alright, I was hoping I would get a comment about the vapor lock problem and if drilling another vent hole in the cap worked so I guess that is what I am
    Laurel Faulk
    Apr 14
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    9632
    Re: 1978 cb125s I had the same issue on my 1976 CB125 and I fixed it by drilling a super tiny hole in it. Then it could vent properly. -Adam
    kancept
    Apr 13
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    9631
    1978 cb125s I am looking for a gas cap for my '78 cb125s does anyone have one or am I better off looking for a whole new tank? My cap is not venting so when I ride I
    laurelzein
    Apr 13
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    Finished pics I had forgotten that I never posted any finished pics of my 1976 CB125S, so I've added them to my pictures folder, Kancept's 1976 CB125. I really enjoyed the
    kancept
    Apr 9
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    9629
    Re: Rear rack and 6v to 12v modification I did the 6-12v conversion and love every minute of it, until right now when I am looking for a replacement battery, If anyone has a battery number send it my
    Simon Stone
    Apr 9
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    9628
    Re: Rear rack and 6v to 12v modification I've got the same bike and what I did to convert to 12 volt was to replace the silicon rectifier with and bridge rectifier that you can get at any electronics
    bpejlak
    Apr 9
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    Re: Rear rack and 6v to 12v modification Hi, in earlier posts someone suggested an alternator out of a CB360?or similar model. maybe search the posts might bring it up.Others have rewound their
    Robin Williams
    Apr 9
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    Rear rack and 6v to 12v modification Hi, I just got my 74 CB125. I'm looking for a rear rack that would fit it. I also want to do a 6V to 12V modification since mine is a 6V and I want to upgrade
    brian831114
    Apr 8
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    New Member Introduction [I thought I posted this early today, but it has not shown up. Please pardon me if this is a duplicate post.] Hi, I've just joined the group, because yesterday
    pzx.blink
    Apr 8
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    Re: Kick Starter Return Spring lol, perhaps you could make an exterior spring ??, but 10/10 for  a good  temp fix :) On Monday, 7 April 2014, 12:19, "bpejlak@..."
    Robin Williams
    Apr 8
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    Has anyone tried this? Has anyone tried to mount one of these cylinders on a 74 cb125s engine? Bruno
    bpejlak
    Apr 7
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    Re: Kick Starter Return Spring Thanks everyone for your input. I think for now I will use a bungee cord to hold the kick starter in place. Bruno
    bpejlak
    Apr 7
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    Re: Kick Starter Return Spring Sometimes the  springs just fail, i had it on a cb100n engine that only did 10,000 miles. On Monday, 7 April 2014, 0:05, JDS wrote:
    Robin Williams
    Apr 6
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    Re: Kick Starter Return Spring Bruno, It is a complete tear down of the motor. Don't despair. Though it is a lot of work, you will truly know this engine inside and out. Watch for thin
    JDS
    Apr 6
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    Re: Kick Starter Return Spring Hi, there is three posibilities . 1-  you or a previous owner have damaged the stop on the kickstart , due to stamping on the kickstart 2- the spring has 
    Robin Williams
    Apr 6
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    Re: Kick Starter Return Spring Hi Bruno, The cases will need to be split to access the spring. Parts are available on eBay. Kick spring
      Macchiracer
      Apr 6
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      Re: Kick Starter Return Spring Sorry, you are going to have to split the cases. Neale ________________________________ From: "bpejlak@..." To: CB125@yahoogroups.com
      Neale Robinson
      Apr 6
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      Re: Kick Starter Return Spring Sorry but yes cases come apart. Check very closely it did not break out tangs that starter ratchet mechanism goes to on cases.
      t.raymiller
      Apr 6
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      Re: Gas Tank Options Thanks for the suggestions — I guess I'm really just wondering what tanks from other bikes might fit. Some guy messaged me with an '82 125s tank for cheap.
      maddoxdtm
      Apr 6
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