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  1. We used a hammer and screwdriver, you know the right tool for the job. We adjusted for 4" of sag, which was 3 turns on both bikes. It was pretty easy.
  2. Hello, I'm pretty new to this forum and I was looking for articles on going into the bottom end of the YZ/WR 250 motor. I havn't found any. I was wondering if there was any links about going into the bottom end. Thanks