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Re: '88 trx250r rebuild

Reply #90
So how does everything line up with the lonestar frame? did you take any pics side by side so we could see the difference? I see a lot of toys in that garage that you never talk about too. lol

Re: '88 trx250r rebuild

Reply #91
To be honest, I've been a little disappointed by the way things have been going. For the most part most of the things line up pretty good. I had to fight with the bumper and grab bar to get them on. The stearing stem doesn't want to drop down into the bearing all the way and I need to trim a little on the plastic around the back side of the gas tank to get it to fit properly. On the plus side the swingarm slid right up and was easy to bolt on.
 The only difference between the frames that I could tell (besides the removeable subframe) is that the lonestar frame angles down right at the steering stem mount and the stock frame goes out a little farther before it turns down.
'04 Yamaha Blaster
'14 Honda trx330r
'01 Honda cr125r
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Re: '88 trx250r rebuild

Reply #92
Just read through this, and I am no nursing a semi.

Thanks for the shout out, I am surprised you don't have those shocks all shiny yet

Re: '88 trx250r rebuild

Reply #93
And now its pretty much done! Just gotta find some beadlocks and mx tires to put on it. And for anyone wondering, yes it does run. I've had it out a few times but its hard to really get on it with the flat track tires, they just spin.


'04 Yamaha Blaster
'14 Honda trx330r
'01 Honda cr125r
member #25

Re: '88 trx250r rebuild

Reply #94
Damn dude, that thing looks AWESOME!  I guess nothing but the best will do.
Click on the pic VVVV You know you want to....


Re: '88 trx250r rebuild

Reply #95
Thanks. Funny thing is that the only new parts I bought for it was the frame, plastic and the internal motor pieces (gaskets, piston, rings) everything else was used off of ebay
'04 Yamaha Blaster
'14 Honda trx330r
'01 Honda cr125r
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Re: '88 trx250r rebuild

Reply #96
Well, it doesn't show.  It looks like everything is brand new and polished to a high finish.
Click on the pic VVVV You know you want to....


Re: '88 trx250r rebuild

Reply #97
Sick as hell. I want a video  #DROLL