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Old 05-01-2012, 08:43 AM   #4
blbiker56 OP
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Location: Rocky Mountains
Oddometer: 49
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Originally Posted by bubba289 View Post
I'm looking to do the same thing right now but with a 250 in the 81-86 range. in for pointers!
well if you go buy a bike and it doesnt run i would definitely ask the seller if you can pull the cylinder to see if there is any damage to the crank or the piston cause it can get pretty pricey to fix that stuff if your trying to keep your build cheap, and parts can sometimes be hard to find. so bring some tools but the two strokes for most brands in this year range are extremely easy to get to and remove.
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