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Hi all, some might remember me. Im fixing a cr250 99' . My casings had a hole in them.. so i drove 700km to go and look as secondhand ones... anyone have an idea what the har closest residue is on it? Has it been fixed???

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Clean them up good with a green scotch brite pad and dish soap and water , then check it out . i wouldn't pick at it as whatever it is seems to be holding . Then see if you can tell what it is, all that oxidation needs to be gone thought . 

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Hi, ill get back to you guys.. here is more pics, its a bit tight now with brother that was in a car accident over the weekend. His gf is now in a state hospital.. which is very bad.. . Ill have some time Wednesday to clean it good. Thank for the comments and jeff... why not? Gonna be a kickass bike when im done

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I was jk about the hammer, btw.

It does look repaired.  i generally stay away from repaired cases...finding one that is trustworthy is like finding a unicorn

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I was jk about the hammer, btw.

It does look repaired.  i generally stay away from repaired cases...finding one that is trustworthy is like finding a unicorn

It could happen  :thumbsup:

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Those bearings i'm sure you can get at least another 300 or so hours out of.

I bought the 2 big casings, gears, clutch complete (remember my basket had that scratches? You said use 400grid. ) now its shap. Has the stator in. Water pump , flywheel.. just the clutch cover and casing wirh cdi thats not there. Paid 90$ for it.

Honestly, is these casing oky to use with the pretly putty?

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I wouldn't have a problem with it if it looks like it's holding up well, and the fact that , that's what you have to work with . Any kind of fixes or cracks on the outside in that spot ? 

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