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Old 07-24-2013, 09:19 PM   #16861
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sweet Colors. Wish I had similar decals and plastics.

Screw it, mine is brown right now anyways.
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Old 07-24-2013, 09:57 PM   #16862
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I searched and am not finding my answer so I've come here. How tight do I make these?

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Chapter 7 page 17 is all I could find

http://thisoldtractor.com/gtbender/d...nual_dr350.pdf
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Old 07-24-2013, 10:06 PM   #16863
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Its a 99 se. I just added a kick starter and now Im chasing a clutch issue. Its like its not engauging at all. So I took everything a part and double checked all bushings and washers. They are all good so I wonder if these are makkng the difference. and also if anyone has a pic of how the clutch cable is supposed to attach to my crank case cover. Coul the position of it cause an issue as well?


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Old 07-24-2013, 10:50 PM   #16864
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Chapter 7 page 17 is all I could find

http://thisoldtractor.com/gtbender/d...nual_dr350.pdf
I ended up figuring it out through a series of you tube videos. I think its back to 100% now. I need to change the oil again before i womp on it and see. Thank you for the reply.
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Old 07-25-2013, 03:25 AM   #16865
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trade side cover?

Got a Dirt-Version left side cover but it won't fit my SE. The dirt version is slimmer and basically flat on left side as opposed to the street version bulge. It's a long shot but maybe somebody is in the opposite boat or has eliminated their battery and wants a narrower rear-end (don't we all?!)? Mine is in GREAT shape and has a very slight scuff on the decal. It's 70 miles away right now but I'll post pics this weekend when I'm off work. Been watching for an SE side cover on the bay but thought I might be able to help an inmate and myself...
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Old 07-25-2013, 04:50 AM   #16866
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Jesse's needle replaces the stock needle, so goes back together the stock way. There is a spacer on the bottom, then the clip in the correct slot. There is a cap that goes over everything that is there for the spring to press on to keep it all together.

All this assumes the CV carb - not sure about the pumper.
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Old 07-25-2013, 07:10 AM   #16867
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Clutch not engaging

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Its a 99 se. I just added a kick starter and now Im chasing a clutch issue. Its like its not engauging at all. So I took everything a part and double checked all bushings and washers. They are all good so I wonder if these are makkng the difference. and also if anyone has a pic of how the clutch cable is supposed to attach to my crank case cover. Coul the position of it cause an issue as well?


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Hi!

I don't know if you are experiencing the same problem than I when I last changed new clutch plates to my -92 DR350S.

After renewing the clutch and assembling the motor the clutch did not engage at all even if I adjusted the clutch to the max. After some pondering I disassembled the motor and discovered that I had tighten the center nut (part 10) too tight and therefore the clutch did not engage because the parts 1 and 4 were stuck together. This is not normal and it was caused by the worn out part 3...

The solution was to loosen the center nut just a bit that the clutch can engage. I recommend to use thread glue in addition to the lock washer.

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Sorry the bad english, I did not know the english terms for all the parts in the picture...


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Old 07-25-2013, 09:39 AM   #16868
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Got a Dirt-Version left side cover but it won't fit my SE. The dirt version is slimmer and basically flat on left side as opposed to the street version bulge. It's a long shot but maybe somebody is in the opposite boat or has eliminated their battery and wants a narrower rear-end (don't we all?!)? Mine is in GREAT shape and has a very slight scuff on the decal. It's 70 miles away right now but I'll post pics this weekend when I'm off work. Been watching for an SE side cover on the bay but thought I might be able to help an inmate and myself...
i have one to swap you.
i'll take a pic tonight
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Old 07-25-2013, 10:07 AM   #16869
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Its a 99 se. I just added a kick starter and now Im chasing a clutch issue. Its like its not engauging at all. So I took everything a part and double checked all bushings and washers. They are all good so I wonder if these are makkng the difference. and also if anyone has a pic of how the clutch cable is supposed to attach to my crank case cover. Coul the position of it cause an issue as well?


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Make sure to hand twist the piece that the clutch cable pull arm fits on when assembling. Twist the shaft (#14 above) prior to installing the arm.
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Old 07-25-2013, 12:29 PM   #16870
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kenda k270

so I need a new front tire bad and I was looking for something 50/50 and found a kenda k270. is anyone running one now or has. any good? my Pirelli mt44 is shot every other knob is missing and I want a more street tire but still ride in some deep mud. thanks
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Old 07-25-2013, 12:39 PM   #16871
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so I need a new front tire bad and I was looking for something 50/50 and found a kenda k270. is anyone running one now or has. any good? my Pirelli mt44 is shot every other knob is missing and I want a more street tire but still ride in some deep mud. thanks

A street tire that does good in deep mud. Keep dreaming.

I have had good luck with shinko 244's. Basiclly a copy of the K270 (if I remember what the 270 looks like), but a little more stable on the street, due to large blocks, cheaper too.
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Old 07-25-2013, 01:36 PM   #16872
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A street tire that does good in deep mud. Keep dreaming.

I have had good luck with shinko 244's. Basiclly a copy of the K270 (if I remember what the 270 looks like), but a little more stable on the street, due to large blocks, cheaper too.
im not a big fan of the sninko's but some are. my buddy was running them, said they suck in rain..but i dunno. haha, i never ran em in rain!
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Old 07-25-2013, 04:26 PM   #16873
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so I need a new front tire bad and I was looking for something 50/50 and found a kenda k270. is anyone running one now or has. any good? my Pirelli mt44 is shot every other knob is missing and I want a more street tire but still ride in some deep mud. thanks
Excellent DOT front knobbie is the IRC TR8, really good off pavement and acceptable (not squirmy) pavement behavior. A really good balance of paved and off performance is Bridgestone TW301. I run the TR8 on my "dirty" DR350 and the TW301 on my DR650 "adventure" bike.
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Old 07-25-2013, 05:15 PM   #16874
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Excellent DOT front knobbie is the IRC TR8, really good off pavement and acceptable (not squirmy) pavement behavior. A really good balance of paved and off performance is Bridgestone TW301. I run the TR8 on my "dirty" DR350 and the TW301 on my DR650 "adventure" bike.
I've always like the Pirelli mt21 up front. I may try the rear soon since I've always ran a 606 before. I hear the mt21 is good for loose and sloppy stuff.

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Old 07-25-2013, 06:05 PM   #16875
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Thanks guys. My dumb ass had the cam out 180. 50/50 chance of getting it wrong and I did.

I'm hoping to get if put back together tomorrow.
I guess i'll find out if i've got it right this time tomorrow after work.
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