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    Georgetown is ready

    I found this on a georgeTown Page. Red Sticker Program – For the Eldorado NF only the Rock Creek Recreational Trails area is designated by the California Air Resource Board (CARB) as an area when operation of red sticker OHVs will be restricted to a riding season starting on October 15 to May 31. If you have an OHV that is subject to the Red Sticker program, please check before riding. For more information, you can access the CARB website at: www.arb.ca.gov/msprog/offroad/ofhwymc.
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    Elkins Friday - Weather Permitting

    I think it will be raining and snowing, so I probably will be out there next week.
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    How Do I Remove The Rear Wheel? 450r

    Thanks, I got it. Now I can take the rim to the shop for a new tire. I'd do it my self but I don't have the tools for removing the tire, without puncturing the tube. I don't want to damage the rim either. Thanks to Dicweed, I feel like I have to explain myself. Thanks guys, no offense doc
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    How Do I Remove The Rear Wheel? 450r

    Hey, this is my first bike and I just wanted to make sure.
  5. I have a 2003 CRF 450r, I removed the the 1 1/4" nut that holds the rim, now what do I do?
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    Grip Glue

    What is this safety wire and where do I get it?
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    Grip Glue

    Can I use Rubber cement or is there a special type of glue for this application?
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    Compare the '02 CRF450R with later models

    The '02 Bike Has a Green Sticker for California You can ride all year. The '03 Has the Red Sticker Issue.
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    More low end power on a 04?

    I'm trying to make my 450r ride better for trail riding ,and i found this web sight. ( http://www.aloop.com/flywheel_info.htm )
  10. I Rode my 450R at Forest Hill for the first time today and I rode so much that my fingers lock up. I am beat. Thanks for the workout guys.
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