Question about 1972 Honda CB 250
Your gonna need to clean and lube everything. get the bike up on its center stand, or a milk crate will do the trick. disconnect the breake arm going to the rear hub. remove carter pin at rear axel nut.loosen the chain tension assembly. remove the rear wheel. clean all parts with brake cleaner only. spray some wd-40 on the springs, and apply grease to the other moving parts. Also a good idea to give the inside of the hub a few spins with a peice of sandpaper. And if possible, snaps some pics with a digital camara, its easier to look at a picture, then try to remember where that 1 piece came from.
Posted on Mar 11, 2011
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