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flathead Member
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Repop Badges on Ebay 50 bucks

Post by flathead » Mon Feb 11, 2008 1:51 pm

What about $50 a pair for plastic tank badges?
Sometimes thing just seem too good to be true.
This is not one of those times.
Saw these ( ... 0211109018) on Ebay last week so I decided that I'd chance a shuck for a couple of pairs just to find out. And by the way just how bad can they be for the money when the other repops are bringing $200 +++++
Well the bid closed the 4th. I paid right away.

Guess what?

They showed up in my mail box 1800 miles away this morning.

Not perfect, but pretty close.

I'd rate a 5 footer at the worst and thats sitting next to a perfect badge.

Thought I'd pass this along.

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Post by okie88 » Mon May 05, 2008 5:57 pm

My badges came in the mail today. Those badges are BEAUTIFUL. I don't have any Honda originals to compare them to, but I don't see how they could possibly be better. $50???? Double that would have been a good deal.

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Post by okie88 » Sat May 17, 2008 6:39 am

If All 305 owners read this forum they might save a lot of money. ... :IT&ih=014

Someone is going to pay more than 3 times the necessary price for these badges.

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Post by gramey7 » Mon May 26, 2008 8:38 am

I just received a set of "Honda 300" repro badges from Ray at and they are pretty decent. They were $50.00 including mounting screws and shipping. He says he has plenty of CB/CL77 badges, CB/CL72 are available soon and the Dream badges are at the molders. The mounting hole pattern was about 1/2 a hole short so I had to elongate them (he ususally does that) but it's unnoticeable after installation.

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Post by Spargett » Thu Jul 17, 2008 7:32 pm

Thanks for the info guys. I'm actually looking into getting some myself. I just picked up a 62' CB77, which needs some new badges. The current ones are warped and bow out about 1/2" in the center in addition to some scratches on them.

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Post by Gun » Fri Jul 18, 2008 10:46 am

SLOW heat them with a heat gun. once you get them to lay flat, polish the scratched/scuffed surface with acetone.
worked on my cb160
'65 CB77
'66 CB450k0
'93 HD FXR

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Post by 68Cb77 » Thu Oct 02, 2008 4:47 pm

I just got the badges from Byrne as well..I think they look great! for about the same price as the metal HONDA ones from Honda, which I wasn't digging the look of.....
67 Honda CB77 Superhawk
82 Honda XR200R
70 Honda CB750 K0

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