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Dream "Battery Strap"

Have a part and no Part Number? No idea where it's from and where it goes? Post a description and a photo here!
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Bob750
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Dream "Battery Strap"

Post by Bob750 » Sat Jun 06, 2015 1:06 pm

Anyone have a part number for this item? I can't seem to find a reference to it in the parts book ANYWHERE... ;-P

http://www.ebay.com/itm/1964-Honda-CA77-CA78-CA-77-CA-77-78-Dream-305-305cc-840-battery-strap-/381279592918
Mine: '74 CB750 K4 -- Hers: '64 CA78
Had: '75 CB550 K, '79 CT90

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Dream battery strap.

Post by mike1969 » Sun Jun 07, 2015 12:10 pm

That is a homemade item.

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Re: Dream battery strap.

Post by Bob750 » Sun Jun 07, 2015 12:29 pm

I had figured that, and I'm all for DIY and ingenuity. But I think it's hilarious that he actually expects people to fight over it. The current winning bidder will pay $22 for it with shipping! Probably thinks it's an actual Honda bike part. "It came like that." Makes me want to ask, "Is that for the wide battery or the older narrow one?"
mike1969 wrote:That is a homemade item.
Mine: '74 CB750 K4 -- Hers: '64 CA78
Had: '75 CB550 K, '79 CT90

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battery strap

Post by mike1969 » Sun Jun 07, 2015 1:43 pm

Says 1964,so probably for early type.

A few years ago someone put an Indian fire extinguisher pump handle and claimed it was an Indian motorcycle tire pump. No way it could pump air into a tire but there was a bidding war for it. It went for a huge amount of money and the buyer was happy with it!

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Re: battery strap

Post by LOUD MOUSE » Sun Jun 07, 2015 2:30 pm

As the seller has over 13,000 items listed I rather doubt they really care if it's OEM or not. .?????. ........lm
mike1969 wrote:Says 1964,so probably for early type.

A few years ago someone put an Indian fire extinguisher pump handle and claimed it was an Indian motorcycle tire pump. No way it could pump air into a tire but there was a bidding war for it. It went for a huge amount of money and the buyer was happy with it!

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Re: battery strap

Post by mike1969 » Sun Jun 07, 2015 3:39 pm

[quote="LOUD MOUSE"]As the seller has over 13,000 items listed I rather doubt they really care if it's OEM or not. .?????. ........lm

[quote="mike1969"]Says 1964,so probably for early type.

A few years ago someone put an Indian fire extinguisher pump handle and claimed it was an Indian motorcycle tire pump. No way it could pump air into a tire but there was a bidding war for it. It went for a huge amount of money and the buyer was happy with it![/quote][/quote]

The above seller was not involved in the sale of the fake tire pump.

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