Part: Upper Triple Tree for Honda CB350 / CL350 Scrambler / CB360 / CJ360* / CL360 Scrambler
Why You Need This: If you are reading this, then you know that the upper triple tree (aka: upper triple clamp, top triple tree, upper fork bridge or even a top fork bridge) is a notorious part for being cracked and broken on the late Honda CB350 / CL350 scramblers (K4, K5 & G models) as well as the CB360 / CL360 / CJ360* series of bikes. The original parts were made from very brittle aluminum and easily broke if the pinch bolts around the fork tubes were over tightened. Finding an un-damaged original upper triple tree has become almost impossible and used prices are through the roof!
Good news is that we are excited to offer a new reproduction upper triple tree for the Honda CB350 / CL350 scramblers and CB360 / CL360 that looks just like the original one on your bike. Even better, this high quality upper triple clamp is produced in South America by a top OEM part manufacturer; that specialize specifically in making upper triple clamps for the big 4 Japanese motorcycle companies. The cracking problems of the original Honda top triple tree have been resolved by using better materials and modernized manufacturing techniques. The end result is a new upper triple tree that looks and fits just like the original with none of the problems. Our production samples have been tested for several months with great success and we know this is the answer that many of you have been waiting for.
This replacement triple tree is a Common Motor Exclusive and we are sweetening the deal by including a set of our made in the USA "Space Capsule" polyurethane handlebar dampeners
(Regularly $25 a set). These really help the feel of the handlebars and take a lot of slop out of the controls of the bike. Additionally new stainless steel hardware comes with the triple tree as well. This is also a great opportunity to upgrade from the neglected loose ball bearings in the steering stem to our performance
tapered roller steering bearing kit
for positive feel and control while carving out that curvy back road.