Chris, getting bearings out of the hubs is a little bit tricky and you may or may not damage them in the process.... see.. http://www.cmsnl.com/honda-ca77-1960-1961-1962-1963-1964i-1964ii-1964iii-dream-u
Colin, your bike is one of the last ones built... 56432 was the end model made. When these transmissions fail to stay in gear, it usually due to insufficient gear dog engagement overlap. The problem
Hello Mike, At this mileage, it could be either one or both the problems I mentioned. If the noise fades out as the revs rise, and comes back as they fall, most probably it's the camshaft train.
Hello Mike, The mileage of the bike would help me a great deal, but anyway... First of all, check if the noise changes when you pull the clutch. If it does, the clutch hub and/or clutch discs have
Since it turns over and you have spark then you probably have a fuel problem. You need to check to see if the fuel pump is pressurizing the system. Without the pump running or no pressure the bike will