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  1. Ahhh, thank you very much. That confirms my suspicion. Assuming you also own a 93, the OEM part above should resolve my issue. I'll order it up today.
  2. That's exactly what I was thinking. I just didn't want to order another OEM spacer if it was going to be the same width. None of the online resources list the spacer width, just the part number. (Collar, Front Wheel 44311-KAE-740) I was hoping that with a picture of an OEM installed part could convince me enough to go ahead and order it. http://www.cheapcycleparts.com/model_years/624-honda-1993-cr250r/assemblies/10284-front-wheel-92-94
  3. Well...I would settle for a detailed picture of someone else's hub if they happen to have one. I might be able to use my vast knowledge of television CSI to figure out what I'm missing.
  4. Hello fellow TT members. I usually just lurk around the TT forums but I have a question today that I was hoping you could help me with. I bought a 1993 CR250 a few months ago and blew it apart with the intention of cleaning it up. I have been slowly cleaning/fixing/replacing parts and then bolting them up to the bike. I'm getting close to being done and today I mocked up the wheels before disassembling them. The front brake rotor bolts show signs of contacting the caliper mount in the past. When I assembled everything today I noticed that wheel spacer doesn't seem to be the correct width to maintain clearance between the hub and the fork leg. I'm not sure if the spacer is the wrong width (~20mm) or if the wheel is from a different model (hub width narrower than stock). I have looked at a lot of pictures and schematics but couldn't identify the problem. TL DR - Does anyone know the correct spacer width for the left (brake) side of the front wheel on a 1993 Cr 250?
  5. Yeah, it never really concerned me if it was jetted or not but I know that most perspective new owners would like to know what they are buying. I was just wondering if there would be any etchings on the jets if I pull the bowl off. I'm somewhat mechanically inclined, just never enjoyed finicky work like carbs and automatic transmissions.
  6. Hi guys. I did a search and didn't immediately come up with anything specific to my bike. I have a 2002 CRF 450 R that has ran great since I bought it three years ago. It had an after market air filter and slip on pipe when I bought it. I never bothered playing with the carb since everything was properly dialed in. I'm getting ready to sell it and I know I will get the inevitable question, "Is it jetted." I imagine that I could drop the bowl and find what I'm looking for. What parts should I be looking for and what numbers should be engraved on them? (Preferably with a picture, I'm a little slow.) Thanks in advance for the help.