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2001 cr 250 rebuild 4 me

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That looks brilliant.

What did you use to get the engine case so clean? The whole frame is also very clean.

I have the same bike, and it needs a good proper break down and clean. Replacing any worn out parts as I go.

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That looks brilliant.

What did you use to get the engine case so clean? The whole frame is also very clean.

I have the same bike, and it needs a good proper break down and clean. Replacing any worn out parts as I go.

Yeah, how did you get the engine so new looking? Thanks.

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Hi temp Engine paint, color: Aluminum. :busted:

Kinda doubt that. I would not trust it to stick and not come off with each washing.

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thanks for the replies,I just use a little steel wool and wd40 then finish it off with several coats of blue magic polish.I ride mostly mud and sand so it won"t shine for long but one more coat of polish and it's back.

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