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  1. TheFamilyGuy

    Uneven idle after running

    My 2002 was like that and I replaced the throttle cable and it fixed it
  2. TheFamilyGuy

    Kdx80 rear shock- spring

    Does the shock have a remote reservoir? If so the nitrogen could empty Making it feel too soft.
  3. I drilled the heads off, just enough to get ride of the head itself. Then remove the cap and there will be enough screw sticking out to attach vide grips too. The screws drills really easily, so don’t drill any further then you have too
  4. TheFamilyGuy

    Rear shock piston ring

    I wrapped it in electrical tape to compress the piston ring down after stretching it a bit to install it. From what I’ve read, it’s what everyone is doing unless they have the specific tools
  5. TheFamilyGuy

    Rear shock piston ring

    Well I feel kinda dumb lol, for some reason when using a air chuck at the shop the shaft on my shock only came out a little. When I got home I used my shock pump from my mountain bike and the shock fully extended. Still curious at how tight the piston ring should be
  6. TheFamilyGuy

    Rear shock piston ring

    So I finally got all the parts for my rear shock off of my 2002 CR250R. I installed the piston ring by hand with a slight bit of heat from a heat gun and then wrapped it tight with electrical tape for about a week. Today I assembled the shock and the piston ring went in tight. Then when bleeding the air out of the shock there is a lot of resistance. I’m assuming that is partially because of the oil going through the valves. In the end when I pressurized the bladder the shock shaft didn’t extend out on its own. Should I pull it apart and try to install another piston ring or am I missing something? Thanks
  7. TheFamilyGuy

    Aftermarket seal heads

    Ok thanks!!
  8. TheFamilyGuy

    Aftermarket seal heads

    Awesome!!! Thanks for letting me know about that. Your xr650 sounds like a cool bike!
  9. TheFamilyGuy

    Aftermarket seal heads

    Thanks for the quick responses! eastriech I was just on a Canadian web site that I order from and the bushing number worked perfect, but the seal number is showing for a trx450. You wouldn't have any other part numbers for seals would you?
  10. TheFamilyGuy

    Aftermarket seal heads

    im curious in which aftermarket company would be the best one to go with?
  11. TheFamilyGuy

    Aftermarket seal heads

    I`m working on the rear shock off of my 2002 Honda CR250. I order my new nut, piston ring and o ring with no problems. I finally got my seal head off of the shaft to inspect the bushing. You can see slight copper in one small section. None of the seals were leaking on it. I just got off the phone with the dealer trying to order new seals, o rings and a bushing just because its already apart, so why not. There claiming that they cant get the bushing and lower seal anymore. So my question to anyone with experience with this is with the minimal copper showing on the bushing, should I continue to run it another season or replace the complete seal head with a all balls, pivot works, or moose? Thanks
  12. TheFamilyGuy

    Rear Shock piston rings

    Ok thanks
  13. TheFamilyGuy

    Rear Shock piston rings

    Ok I will order up a piston ring and o ring. How is everyone installing them? Are you using the cone style tool to slide them over or just working them on by hand?
  14. TheFamilyGuy

    Rear Shock piston rings

    I’m at 50.15mm, what do you think?
  15. TheFamilyGuy

    Rear Shock piston rings

    awesome thanks for the info everyone, much appreciated!
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