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Sounds like the starter clutch roller springs are fatigued/broken so that the starter clutch hub won't stay engaged with the rest of the system. http://www.cmsnl.com/honda-cb750ka-1980-four-canada_model14696/partslist/E10
Michel... Well, there are two seals on the crankshaft end for a CB77. One is for the crankshaft that mounts in the engine case and the other one is in the starter clutch hub. Michel, Glad you found
Hello, It appears you are asking for an absolute answer to a question that has so many varibles. If you are doing it yourself and have no mechanical inclination. If you have the mechanical inclination
Expire dates refer to the processors estimation of how long their product will retain the optimum quality. It doesn't refer to the safety of the product. As long as the seal remains intact the product
Caleb, There are a few things to check when this happens. First, when the bike appears to be dying off on one side, shut off the petcock and drop the float bowls to see how much gas is in each one.