Santa Claus was very nice this year and left a 2003 CRF230F and a 2004 CRF 150F under the tree!!! The 230 is for me and the 150 is for my wife and step-daughter to share. Now I have lots of questions… The 230 I picked up for $900 and it is actually in really good shape except the front forks were twisted. I loosened everything up and got them fairly straight again but it seems something still might be twisted or bent but it isn’t obvious. I removed the front wheel and rotated each shock in the triple clamps but neither seemed bent so I don’t know. Any ideas? Ordered power up kits, needles, jets, moose hand guards for both bikes. They do not like cold right now but hopefully a little re-jetting will help. Took both bikes from Indiana down to NC to visit family and then had to go riding at Brown Mountain. It was great but it was darn cold (17 degrees with the wind screaming!). My 10 year old son stuck it out with me on his XR70 and we had a blast. Tires. Both bikes could use new rubber. I was going to go with the recommendations from here since I am getting back into off-road riding after 20 years but I am having a hard time with sizing. I wanted to get the Scorpion Pro for the 230 because I am considering a dual-sport kit for it later but the stock sizes for the 230 are 80/100-21 and 100/100-18. Will a 90/90-21 and 120/100-18 work on the 230? I don’t have to get DOT tires right now but just thought since I am spending the money why not. How about Dunlop D606s? And the 150 needs tires too. What is there that will work for it? I would like to get something to possibly do some beginner HS on later this year and I saw in one post the IRC VE33/35 were a good recommended inexpensive tire but I can’t find any to fit the 150 at 70/100-19 and 90/100-16. Any other advice is greatly appreciated regarding these bikes or Hare Scrambles. Thanks!