Ryin Greely

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About Ryin Greely

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  1. Also separated cases pic. I labeled certain gears and took photos to ensure they go back together in the correct places. First time working on or owning a Suzuki. All the transmission teeth look good. All the bearings are tight. As expected I need to replace the crankshaft bearings, connecting rod bearings, piston, gaskets, reed's and I'm sure I'm forgetting something. Planning to replace the seal where the shifter sticks out. Also replace the seal where the kick starter shaft sticks out
  2. I have the cases separated and crank pulled. I know it has a hot rods connecting rod. How do I tell if this is a hot rods crank or factory? It doesn't matter either way but it would be nice to know what parts are in my new to me bike. Oh ya and here is a photo of the smoked lower connecting rod bearing. Reason for the wrecked head. Luckily the cylinder wall was not damage.
  3. Thank you
  4. Is bolt #19 in the image left hand thread? It does not wanting to come free at all. I don't have air tools.
  5. Unfortunately I do not. The PO was a stoner (said he's gathering money to start a grow shop) and the reason it needs a rebuild is because he put an older radiator on the bike. 1989 style and the upper crossover tube was being blocked by the steering stem not allowing proper flow. I'm in the process of fixing it up and making it my weekend rider. $300. It came with V-Force Reed's, FMF pipe/silencer, Answer handlebars and stem, brand new tires and good plastics. Figured worst case scenario I can part it out and make $. Gotta 2 strokes.
  6. After some research I have come to the conclusion that my 1993 RM250 is sleeved. Am I right? A magnet sticks to the cylinder wall. It seems there is some confusion about the magnet thing.
  7. My main question is with the coolant channels and flow direction. Will a different head cause issues cooling? Also I had read that some years had a piston that went slightly into the head. I'm not opposed to modifications to get a different more common head to work. Also it appears my head/frame mounts is slightly off center. Here is what my head looks like. It's damaged badly. FYI.
  8. I snagged up an 93 rm250 for cheap. It needs a new head among other things. I'm wondering if a 96-00 head will work or not? Any one tried this?