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    06 TE 250 gremlin - any clues?

    Mine did that a couple times `til the charcoal can thing and its plumbing, ah, fell off. And i installed jd jets. Now it runs great alla time.
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    610 Owners Need to Check CounterWeight Nut

    er, does TE250 have same problem? i bet i should check mine too huh?
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    Fork Spring ID?

    Fine. make me do my own research. Online parts manual says my `06 TE250 has .48 fork springs, which I believe are for big, fa—I mean for riders on the more burly side. I weigh like 160, so I guess I need like .42s. Here is question, where to get them?
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    Fork Spring ID?

    Is the spring rate stamped someplace on the fork spring or what? Before i go to trouble of pulling one and getting all oily and hurting myself. thanks.
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    Here's a dumb question maybe. How do you identify the springs? they got the rate stamped on them some place or what? before i go to trouble of pulling one out...
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    `07 WRs and stuff, seen em yet?

    they are up at www.yamaha-motor.com...
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    Increasing vibration? '06 TE510

    Dude, there is a whole big thread on here someplace about that. Balancer I believe came loose, whoops....
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    06 TE250 Exhaust Mod For Wicked Low End

    any idea what size drill bit you used to get rivets out? I have drawer full of rusty dull bits none of which make much of a dent in those rivets. I may spring for a new bit to make this thing happen tho... what size? thanks. Suppose i could spring for a whole new index but... well...
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    check your oil level

    How's that Scotts oil filter working out? seems like the way to go when changing oil this frequently...
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    Can it be done

    Dunno, but a guy with ad in back of Cycle News might. Off-Road Only 408 979 9796.
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    Puttin' it out there for opinion - my TE 510

    what, you can't get an Ohlins fork for a Husqvarna? Or even a Showa off the honda u love? New Yamaha speed-sensitive fork supposed to be best is it not?
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    Husqvarna Aftermarket

    hmmm i am trying to visualize how many hoses my bike has. 60 quid seems a bit much... think i will get blue spray can insted. or wrap with blue duct tape.
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    05 TC250 service manual

    why not shuffle over to husqvarnausa.com and download it?
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    SHOCKINGLY affordable feeler gauge...

    Hey did my earlier post get deleted bec. I questioned quality of Harbor Freight merchandise? Their electric impact driver makes an excellent piece of completely useless junk!
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    SHOCKINGLY affordable feeler gauge...

    HEINEKEN MANEUVER ME!! Made in Germany... listen, i think my POINT was bike shops usu. mark stuff up about 10x. Pep boys and stuff is cool i am sure, but this ktm part is nice cause it's got like the 5 or 6 sizes bikes need, with big easy to read #s so's you don't have to sort thru 25 cheesy inaccurate blades designed for clapped-out Toyotas to find the one u need. Hello...