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1984 Honda Big Red


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1st post and would like to say hi to everyone, Last week I bought an 84 Honda big red. Throttle cable is frozen, rear brake is locked. Can't do anything with it like it is, any suggestions. I have two other honda's and have never had to do anything to them. Any help will be appreciated. Thanks.

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Find a way to buy PB Blaster by the case! I currently have several cables hanging up in the garage...if you keep squirting them eventually the blaster will free them up. It'll save the hunt for new cables.

The brakes are just corroded....it's common. the shoes and springs are available on ebay if needed.

One atc110 I got had no rear brake function....I opened it up- NO BRAKE shoes or springs! Some pinhead went to all the trouble to disassemble, remove shoes and springs, then reassemble, including the cable! it was 'teenagered' hahaha ya just never know...

Seems to me the hardest things to find for 3 wheelers are the headlight switch and the kill button. they seem to break the first time someone flips them..:skeptic:

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