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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 04-04-2010, 12:45 AM Thread Starter
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Question 78 honda CB400A

I wanted a Triumph for a long time, but I ended up getting a 1978 400cc Hondamatic (two speeds with torque converter -- no clutch)

I've had some bad problems with oil leaks, brake fluid leaks, exhaust leaks, fuel leaks. Now I have a bad problem with noise coming from the bearings in the rear wheel. I just replaced them and I may have done something wrong (I heard two clunk sounds as I was tightening the axle nut for the first time -- after bearing replacement)


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The sohc4 forum might be a good place to seek input.




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umm yea ..... it's here ....

It's rumored to be pretty sparse inside .... but it's big ....... she was afraid to stop adding to it ..... there was construction day and night until she died.
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