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  1. Don't be sorry. You are simply asking a question. There a alot of people that don't realize that one day, they may be riding a quad, quads are just a fun as a bike. Its all how you talk life, one fun day after another. The new outlaw is catching alot of eyes and people want to know, including myself
  2. Send me an email at califdirtdiva@aol.com and I will send you the picture or if you could tell me how to post the picture for everyone to see Cheryl
  3. Thankfully, yes.....except for the fact that I forgot to mention.....I believe when the chain snapped it whipped the case cover right in front of the sprocket and cracked it....the crack is on the top, I am hoping it is just a cover that can be replaced
  4. undefinedundefined It has stumped most of the riders that were there. My son's new 2006 KX250F, that he had only 6 hours of ride time in, snapped the front sprocket in half while riding it. We have the bike down at the dealer and they are stumped as well, they are going to bat for us at Corporate Kawasaki, who has requested to see the sprocket and chain, so that has been sent to Kawasaki for their techs to inspect the sprocket. Curious if anyone out there has heard of or knows of this happening to any other 250's. Other than this mystery of a sprocket, my son has long awaited to ride his 250 and loved every minute of the six hours he rode it.