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Honda CB360 / CB450 / CB550 Caliper Rebuild Kit

Honda CB360 / CB450 / CB550 Caliper Rebuild Kit

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Your Price: $65.00
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CMC Part Number:1027
  • Replaces OEM Part:45107-323-020, 45107-300-003, 45224-579-013, 45108-300-003, 45105-390-305, 45105-323-023, 45105-323-036, 45105-323-043, 45105-390-003, 45105-390-006, 45106-323-006, 45106-323-013, 45106-390-003, 45106-390-006, 45106-390-305, 94201-16220

Piston Style
#1161 Standard Piston (OEM Type)
#1162 Premium Piston (Stainless Steel) [+$20.00]
Bleeder Screw
#1011 Standard Bleeder Screw
#1010 Premium Bleeder Screw (EZ style) [+$5.00]
#1045 Early Style CB450 (K3-K4) Bleeder Screw [+$2.00]
Caliper Seal
#1002
Disc Brake Pads
#1003 Standard Pads
#1039 CB450 K3-K4 Pads
Cotter Pin & Grease

Part: Honda CB360 / CB450 / CB550 Caliper Rebuild Kit

Why You Need This Part: Does your front brake feel like it's not working? Typically CB front disc brakes are found frozen from years of sitting, and the parts have been turned into a rusty ball of corrosion. With a little luck you should be able to get it all apart, and if you are super lucky the caliper piston isn't pitted and rusty. For everybody else we've put a kit together that has all the parts you need in one place. This kit is a offers a full rebuild for a great price. The piston alone is over $90 from Honda! Knowing that your front brake provides 80% of the stopping power should be enough incentive to get it sorted out. If you're not interested in tackling the job alone we offer a rebuild service. Contact us directly for more information.

Additionally if you are replacing and repairing the brake system this is a great time to upgrade to our stainless steel replacement lines. We offer these lines for the Honda CB350 / Honda CB360 with the lower factory bars or in a longer line that fits bikes equipped with our Super Sport bars and the Honda CB450. These lines offer better lever feel and increased pad pressure for better braking.

Installation Tip: Make sure the caliper seal grove is clean and free of pits. Apply a light coat of caliper grease to the back and metal sides of the pads.

Caliper Rebuild Kit Includes:

  • Caliper Seal
  • Caliper Piston (standard or premium)
  • Disc Pads
  • Speed Bleeder Screw (standard or premium)
  • Cotter Pin
  • Caliper Grease

* Honda CB450 K3-K4 use a different style caliper, please select the proper bleeder screw & brake pad.


This Caliper Rebuild Kit Fits These Honda Motorcycles
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450
500T
CB450K3*CB450K4*CB450K5CB450K6CB450K7CB500TCB500T
350CB350G
360CB360GCB360TCB360T
500F
550K/F
CB500K0CB500K1CB500K2CB550K0CB550K1CB550K2CB550K3CB550K4
CB550FCB550FCB550F
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CB450
Items were perfect! Perfect fit just what I needed to bring my front brakes back into working order!
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Reviewed by:  from New York. on 8/30/2016
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Great Service
I ordered these parts for a 1974 CB360 that I recently started rebuilding. The parts came in quickly, were just what I needed, and even included a personal note thanking me for my order. If you're looking for quality parts and good service, I would definitely recommend Common Motor!
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Reviewed by:  from Missouri. on 11/21/2016
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owner
Common Motors has been extremely helpful with my first motorcycle restoration project. They go out of their way providing knowledge and advice on how to get the project done properly. They are my go to source.
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Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from Illinois. on 12/8/2017
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This one time...
When I was a kid my brother had an old bike and his brakes locked up, he went over the bars. He didn't have Common Motor. I have no experience working on brakes and this was a pretty easy kit. My bike stops and I stay on the seat! I took the tip off my grease gun and screwed it into the housing to push out my old piston.
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Reviewed by:  from 90210. on 8/8/2017
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