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Hi all! Wondering, does anybody know where to buy only the big end bearing with shines of a conrod kit of yhe Honda cr250 2000???? Dont see why i have to buy a whole conrod kit just for bearing an shines...... note im new to the form and even dirt bikes... have a project going.... need this bearing and a piston. Any ideas and advice? How do you experience con rods from china?

Regards Rinox

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Hi all! Wondering, does anybody know where to buy only the big end bearing with shines of a conrod kit of yhe Honda cr250 2000???? Dont see why i have to buy a whole conrod kit just for bearing an shines...... note im new to the form and even dirt bikes... have a project going.... need this bearing and a piston. Any ideas and advice? How do you experience con rods from china?

Regards Rinox

 

Usually in a crank rebuild the conrod is replaced as well.

 

It is also a part than fatigues and can fail.

 

I'm having a crank done at the moment and have used Pro-X rods. Not sure where they are from though.

 

Here's their site:

 

http://www.pro-x.com/connectingrods.asp

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Usually in a crank rebuild the conrod is replaced as well.

 

It is also a part than fatigues and can fail.

 

I'm having a crank done at the moment and have used Pro-X rods. Not sure where they are from though.

 

Here's their site:

 

http://www.pro-x.com/connectingrods.asp

Pro x are made in japan and the exact same as koyo . I ordered crank bearing from honda of troy the box said koyo the bag said pro x so they are one in the same i'm pretty sure.  Honda uses them for a factory replacement so can't be that bad. 

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I went through service Honda and bought all oem parts. I think the crank was 242usd. I heard Honda east is even cheaper. I personally like using oem Honda parts on my bike a hair more pricey but you don't hear that their parts are crap. And you don't have to worry about a failure out on the trail. Just food for thought.

Good luck,

Chris

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