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Any Honda Trail 70 guys in here?

About 10 years ago I bought a '72 Honda Trail 70 from my neighbor. Fast forward to now. Its in a billion pieces. I was bored one day about 4-5 years ago and ripped it apart. Figured I would clean it all up, coat that, paint this, polish, replace, etc. Well, it got pushed aside. So tonight I gathered up all the pieces, I hope, to put it back together. Right now I just want to put it back together 'as is' and then swap some stuff out over time. Problem is, Im fucked. Lots of pieces. Anybody know of an online manual, or parts breakdown? Or any good web page I should be looking at that would help me take a couple boxes of parts and return this beast to its former glory?

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Heres the one I'm restoring..


This one belongs to a friend of mine.
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Nice! Any other pics of yours and your buddies?

Im not sure what to do with mine. Its nice, but no where near perfect. Its got some nicks and scratches, dings, etc. All the aluminum will clean up and polish nice, same with the chrome. I really like the look of the moded ones. Different colors, exhaust, wheels, street tires, 88 kit. Im no purist, but a clean survivor is always nice. Doesnt matter if its a car, bike, motorcycle, anything. There is no way Ill be restoring this thing to 100% original though.

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Agreed on the survivor thing, and understand completely what you are looking at with putting it back together. I've got a 67 F100 that is in the same boat...
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damn man....... put that thing back together fool......... I still remember you riding that beast over to my house looking like a complete RETARD hauling ass down northgate! Give me a ring when you get a chance!
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keep that thing OEM looking B!!!

do you still have the matching metal flake porno helmet?
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Helmet is gone. I think maybe it ended up at Duffs, by way of John, if I recall.

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Nice! Any other pics of yours and your buddies?

Im not sure what to do with mine. Its nice, but no where near perfect. Its got some nicks and scratches, dings, etc. All the aluminum will clean up and polish nice, same with the chrome. I really like the look of the moded ones. Different colors, exhaust, wheels, street tires, 88 kit. Im no purist, but a clean survivor is always nice. Doesnt matter if its a car, bike, motorcycle, anything. There is no way Ill be restoring this thing to 100% original though.
Here is another pic of his. It has an 88 kit and some other minor things done to it. The one I am restore/modding will have an 88 kit aftermarket exhaust and a few other things done to it.

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dratv.com should have all the parts and info you're looking for. good luck with the resto!
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keep that thing OEM looking B!!!

do you still have the matching metal flake porno helmet?
actually it might be at my house...... when i'm allowed back in, currently locked out, I'll look for it when i go through things!
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I have a 1976 Yamaha LB80 Chappy in the same state right now. I tore it all down with the best intentions of fully restoring it, but am beginning to lose some of my motivation.

Unlike the Honda's, I haven't been able to find any real common motor mods for the Yamaha 80. I'd like to freshen up the motor with more than just a .10 over piston, but I don't know if there are any "big bore" kits out there.

Anyone know anything about these old Chappys???

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Ok, for now Im leaving the original paint. I need to find one or two front shock painted pieces in the original color. Gonna just clean it all up. Paint the wheels, engine, polish the fenders, bars, chrome trim, etc. Exhaust, 88 kit, street tires, and Id like to find an inner rotor kit that will allow me to be able to use the lights still. A resto-mod if you will.

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The guy I work with is a dealer for them. He put a 88 kit on a 50 last week. Made a huge difference.

Have you seen the aluminum wheels on EBAY

FRONT AND REAR WHEELS, WHEEL BEARINGS, FRONT AND REAR AXLES WITH LOCKING NUTS, STEEL BRAKE DRUM INSERTS, REAR SPROCKET, REAR SPROCKET DAMPENERS, CHAIN, AND BOTH CHAIN TENSIONERS

Heck of a deal. Gonna get those and put street tires on those and the knobby's on my factory wheels.

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The guy I work with is a dealer for them. He put a 88 kit on a 50 last week. Made a huge difference.

Have you seen the aluminum wheels on EBAY

FRONT AND REAR WHEELS, WHEEL BEARINGS, FRONT AND REAR AXLES WITH LOCKING NUTS, STEEL BRAKE DRUM INSERTS, REAR SPROCKET, REAR SPROCKET DAMPENERS, CHAIN, AND BOTH CHAIN TENSIONERS

Heck of a deal. Gonna get those and put street tires on those and the knobby's on my factory wheels.

All my minis have atleast 88cc kits on them.

I have a set of those wheels already. Haven't mounted them on the bike yet as I am not to that point yet.
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I have a 1976 Yamaha LB80 Chappy in the same state right now. I tore it all down with the best intentions of fully restoring it, but am beginning to lose some of my motivation.

Unlike the Honda's, I haven't been able to find any real common motor mods for the Yamaha 80. I'd like to freshen up the motor with more than just a .10 over piston, but I don't know if there are any "big bore" kits out there.

Anyone know anything about these old Chappys???

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I'd bastardize it and toss on a honda powertrain

That thing needs a good restorin, I wouldnt give up on it!

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All my minis have atleast 88cc kits on them.

I have a set of those wheels already. Haven't mounted them on the bike yet as I am not to that point yet.
Can you tell on the trail 70 going to a 88?

Are those wheels all they are cracked up to be?

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the old bikes are pretty cool, my '74 XL100 was my 1st bike when i was a little kid and finally started fixing it up last year. hard to find parts for it, but it was a lot of fun. they make neat little pit bikes that you don't see every day.

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Can you tell on the trail 70 going to a 88?
Yes, there is a noticeable difference.

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Are those wheels all they are cracked up to be?
They don't look bad. I have been told that they are "Chinese Junk" and have been told that they will break or fall apart. I have yet to hear any first hand stories of them breaking though.
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Thanks.

Ill have to update this post with some pics. Its in even more pieces as I clean and polish everything.

Do you know if there is an inner rotor kit that will work and still retain the lighting? Or can I lighten whats in there?

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I'd bastardize it and toss on a honda powertrain

That thing needs a good restorin, I wouldnt give up on it!
Roll your welder and 50 over here and let's get at it!!!

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Thanks.

Ill have to update this post with some pics. Its in even more pieces as I clean and polish everything.

Do you know if there is an inner rotor kit that will work and still retain the lighting? Or can I lighten whats in there?

They make an outer rotor kit for lighting or you can have the flywheel lightened.
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These bikes bring back some memories from high school. I got one on a trade for a stereo install and used to ride the wheels off that thing. It made sneaking out to see the girlfriend across town in the middle of the night alot easier.
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I kept missing those wheels on ebay. Finally got a set today.

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Here's mine. I hope to get it back together asap.

I found a PDF of the Honda parts book for the Trail 70. Its like 100 pages. Printed it out and it will come in handy since it shows the exploded parts views.
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Frame and paint looks clean on yours.. Mine was originally that color but someone had run it through a creek and let it sit for years. I had to paint strip it to remove all the crap from the frame so I changed the color while I was at it.

It is powdercoated...

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The upper front fork covers are pretty rough though.

Do you have any of your factory paint pieces left that you are interested in selling?

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Man, those bring back some memories. I had a gold one that I put many miles on.
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The upper front fork covers are pretty rough though.

Do you have any of your factory paint pieces left that you are interested in selling?
Sorry, don't have any parts that are original color left everything was pretty shot so it was all redone.

Try Planetminis.com someone there might have what you are looking for or there is a mini meet once a month that meets on the west side of Ft.Worth and in Decatuar on alternate months. They usually list it on Craigslist the week before the meet. Hope you find what you need.
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Got the wheels today. Very minor scratches in the polished lip on one side only of each rim. So far they seem like an ok deal.

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Does anyone know anyone who has a ct70 they are wanting to get rid of? Im looking into restoring one of these things. If not, where would be the best place to look locally? I dont want a rust bucket either.
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Couple more of our minis..

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Black and red bike is a 1988 Honda ZB50 and the other is a copy of a Honda Monkey.
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Whats up with Sonic meet?

Well 2weeks ago shit got crazy up there with the cops and I just read on here last week was bunk. Where's everyone going to meet up now? Im going to go out there for the hell of it tonight to see but will probably be disapointed. I know there's gotta be another city where there is some gtg's
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I would be up for doing that as long as we are going to truck the bikes up there.. get a hotel.. do a couple different ride routes while we are there then truck the bike back.
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well myself and a friend would be trucking our bikes to little rock or so then riding. I wouldnt mind pulling a trailer with several bikes, people would just have to ride share up there or something. I was thinking maybe leave a on friday or friday night and get up there.. spend the night the ride all day saturday.

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hey I would be down t do this... let me know some dates and rates on hotels and all that jazz and we'll try to get a group to do this... (may want to check out weather patterns for what ever date for last year... doing this during a cool time would be awsome.. )

but honestly I'm cool with doing it in 100* temps if it means not being at home.. and getting to ride all weekend haha

One thing we will want to make sure of is that we have at least one chaser vehicle. just incase something breaks or someone needs water because they are too hot or anything like that...

Now I'm getting pumped.. lets do this!
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Hey slow I might be interested in a ride like that. I have a truck too and can usually get a 16 ft trailer without a problem. If tied off right we could get several bikes on there.


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