Great thread. Had my own 1974 360 years ago. Couldnt kill it with a stick. It once sat on its side in red clay mud for 18months and was stop seized when we got it up. Took the head off poured some engine oil around the top of the piston and gave it a few taps with a piece of wood and hammer and she came free. Gave the barrel a touch up with some 1500grade wet and dry, put the head back on and it fired 3rd kick.
Got my own rebuild to start in the coming weeks. A 1976 DT250C flat-tracker.
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