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By Ted Lukecart
Parting out a 98 KX250. NOTE: bike is not complete so if you ask about "price for all" it will be based on each part and only a 10% discount plus freight shipping.
2- Engine cases with new bearings installed (right & left) $350
1- Case gasket set (new) $25
1- Crank w/rod (new unused) $150
1- Transmission gear set $100
1- Set of shift forks $50
1- Shift drum $25
1- Kick start input shaft/gear/spring $25
1- Clutch disk set $75
1- Clutch basket $50
1- Clutch pressure plate $25
1- Clutch lever and input shaft $15
1- Fly wheel $50
1- Stator w/wiring $100
1- Wiring harness $50
1- Coil w/wire $25
1- re-plated cylinder (New unused plating)(NO power valve assembly) $350
1- Top end gasket set (new unopened) $25
1- power valve assembly $75
1- Piston/rings/wrist pin (New in box) $85
1- Cylinder head $50
1- Kick starter $15
1- Shifter $115
1- Clutch cover $25
1- Power valve cover $15
1- Fly wheel cover $25
1- Carburetor (assembled) $100
1- FMF Gnarly pipe (plated)(no dents) $150
1- FMF Power Core muffler $75
1- air box (stock) $50
2- Radiators w/cap $150
1- Fuel tank (standard MX size) $100
2- Forks (stock) $250
1- Shock w/linkage (stock) $100
1- Swing arm $75
1- Frame w/pegs $150
1- sub-frame $75
1- Triple clamp $100
1- Renthal handle bar w/mounts $50
1- Hand throttle assembly w/cable $50
1- Skid plate (aluminum)(no dents) $75
1- Front brake caliper $50
1- Front brake lever assembly w/hose $25
1- Rear brake lever $15
1- Rear brake slave cylinder w/hose $25
1- Rear brake caliper $50
1- Clutch lever assembly w/cable $25
1- Front wheel w/brake disk (no tire or tube) $50
1- Rear wheel with brake disk (no tire, tube or sprocket) $50
1- Front fender (new unused black) $25
1- Seat w/good aftermarket cover (black & green) $25
All prices include shipping To Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana. Outside the Northwest I will add additional shipping cost based on your address.
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By Simon Davis
So heres the issue, i have replaced the seals multiple times for the water pump however still get a leak out of the weep hole. Over time it goes into the oil side. I think ive found the issue but dont know how to fix it. There is grooves on the ‘water pump shaft’. To which most would say replace it, its not as easy as that, the shaft is directly connected to the crankshaft so my question is, can i fix these grooves without replacing the crankshaft and thus spliting the case?
By Michael Fry
Im a bit of a noob when it comes to working on bike so be gentle haha. So I bought this bike a couple of weeks ago and it has fork covers on it and I didn’t think much of it. Upon later inspection it’s revealed that the forks have quite also of what looks like corrosion or rubbing on them?
Should I be concerned? Will I need new outer tubes at some point?
Im really stuck here as I’m yet to find any topics on forks that look like this. Any info on what I should do to get rid of or prevent further damage would be greatly appreciated. Cheers.
By Eduardo Guerra
this is my 1999 dirt bike that i just bought and it runs but i want to know what hose goes in there and where is it going to be atattched too?
the red wires where do they go connected too and the black hose from the engine please help me i will keep you guys updated, i want to make this a good project. Thanks
I'm selling an one owner, vet ridden RMZ 250 with approximately 108 hours. It has been well maintened with normal wear and tear. Never raced. I have maintenance records. A leak down test and valve check were conducted at 86 hours and everything was to spec. The suspension is set up for a 155lb rider with softer springs. I have the stock springs. The seat was also professional shaved down 1 inch. Please contact me with questions. $3,000 cash only. Title in hand.