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Old 04-04-2013, 05:02 AM   #1024
redneckdan
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Originally Posted by newcastleadam View Post
Gonna put some factory springs in there, which will make this at least time #4 that I've changed the water pump gasket

This time apply gasket tack to the pump cover surface and anti-sieze to the pump case surface. The gasket will stick to the pump cover, that way when you remove it in the future you can put it some where up out of the way to avoid damaging the gasket while working on the bike. The thin coat of anti sieze will prevent the gasket from sticking to the case but the gasket will still be able to seal.


I had the KLR250 out for a ride last weekend. The carb started over filling. Probably got a stuck float or a piece of grit stuck in the need seat. I am going to looking into jetting mods while I have it apart.
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