When mine did that a bit of brute force worked wonders. Tap the chainguard with a wrench or something & see whan happens.
--- In Honda-C70@yahoogroups.com, ndhonk@... wrote:
> It just bent a bit that makes it rub the rear hub, its just need a simple repair. Put it back and carefully examine which section touch the hub, bent it to the other side away from the hub.
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: "James" <jcinkl@...>
> Sender: Honda-C70@yahoogroups.com
> Date: Sat, 15 Oct 2011 19:34:38
> To: <Honda-C70@yahoogroups.com>
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> Subject: [Honda-C70] Chain guard
> Hello all, this summer at Mid Ohio I purchased a 1981 C 70 Passport. The thing squeaks alot and it turns out the chainguard was rubbing the rear hub. I took it off and now it's fine. Should I cut the horizontal flange off the top and bottom guards, that's where the rubbing seems to be. Thanks.
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1970-73 C70 Honda Service Manual: http://tinyurl.com/6ebwtw
1970-73 C70 Troubleshooting Guide:
http://tinyurl.com/6ebwtw (scroll to sec.7.1 page 101.jpg)
1980-83 C70 Honda Service Manual: http://tinyurl.com/hu42c
1980-81 C70 Troubleshooting Guide:
http://tinyurl.com/hu42c (scroll to sec.18-1 page 170.jpg)
1982-83 C70 Troubleshooting Guide:
http://tinyurl.com/hu42c (scroll to sec. 20-28 page 205.jpg)
1980-81 C70 Maintenance Schedule: http://tinyurl.com/z4zn6
1982-83 C70 Maintenance Schedule: http://tinyurl.com/hw35c
More resources for C70 Passports and Cubs: