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    Honda XL250 (1972)


    Its been a learning experience, will be my first complete tear down and resto.
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    Honda XL250 1972

    Its been a learning experience, will be my first complete tear down and resto.
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    Honda CL350 Scrambler (1971)


    Fun first bike, gonna be an exciting project
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    Honda CL350 Scrambler 1971

    Fun first bike, gonna be an exciting project
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    1972 XL250 MotorSport

    2-10 weeks from e-bay, 3-5 business days from amazon... i love amazon.
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    1972 XL250 MotorSport

    oh, the ebay one is a vesrah, VG-142
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    1972 XL250 MotorSport

    Vesrah doesnt appear to have a kit for the 72XL but i found one on ebay i am going to go for.
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    1972 XL250 MotorSport

    I am doing a resto on my '72 XL everything i have looked at suggests the '72 and '73 are essentially the same, i need the complete motor gasket kit but the only one i find locally is labeled 1973... i am confident it will fit, but no returns so i would like a little reassurance.
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    70's honda sl 350

    thanks bimbamboom.
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    70's honda sl 350

    I Just picked up a '72 XL250, and see that the engine has a SL250# i have gotten mixed info, is this correct?
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    1972 XL250 Resto...

    Also, i just ran into another issue, when i picked the XL up the wheels were not on it. i assemble the wheels before tearing it down, and the brake drum will not turn inside the wheel hub. the rear wheel is completely locked up not. i have it all back apart but the drum will not come out of the wheel hub? any suggestion? id rather not replace the whole thing, but i dont think ill get the brake panel out with out damaging it or the wheel hub. ill post pics tonight.
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    Colorado 1972 XL250 Resto...

    I am a hot rodder by trade, but about 5 years ago, the money fell out from underneath us all and a change was inevitable. i moved from Phx, AZ. to Denver Co. and started in the gaming industry. well, as always the oil in my veins has gotten the best of me i have acquired two projects. A '71 CL350 and a '72 XL250. the CL is going to sit and wait until the XL is done. originally i was going to just clean it up and flip it to fund the CL project, but while getting it cleaned up it somehow ended up a bare frame... Long story only slightly shortened i need a local parts connection for just little stuff, mainly gaskets to rebuild the motor. the bike is complete, but not well takes care of. these are my first bike builds and i am excited to get to know the motorheads here in Colorado.