CB500 Clutch Rod Replacement
My cb500 is almost 100% finished up. I got my new set of Avon road runners on the other day, man what a difference new tires make!
I was still having issues with my clutch, it felt like shit, and it turns out my clutch push rod was broken. The clutch adjuster was also cracked. I got a new OEM clutch adjuster from bikebandit.com
CB500 clutch push rods are very very very hard to find on Ebay, but knowing honda double overs a lot of their parts, I figured another model must fit. It took a TON of googling but I found out that the cb500 uses the same clutch push rod as the cb450/cl450/cb500t, which made it much easier to find one ($20 on ebay). For future reference here is the part number – 22850-323-000
I had to take off the right side cover and then the clutch basket (the 4 bolts shown above) to get the broken push rod out, but it gave me a good excuse to change the oil and oil filter. I also put in a new air element. Man the bike is feeling awesome! So I rode it to the beach!
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Published - Mar 4, 2010
…was super tall from Honda. I could barely touch the ground flat-foot on it!!! So, I found a seat on eBay that was real slick looking that was said to fit the 1970-1974 cb450. This is the dude’s eBay store: http://stores.ebay.com/hondaclassic31 He def has some real sick seats for a lot of different bikes. Anyway, […]