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About jscotth

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  1. the stock front tire size is 80/100x21 the rear is 110/100x18 will a 90/90x21 fit on the front and a 110/80x18 fit on the rear I am looking at a avon am43 for the front and rear ?
  2. what size dualsport tires/brand will fit on a 1996 xr600r any info would be very helpful thanks
  3. thanks the return spring i will try to remove the right side engine cover to check it out thanks scott
  4. 1987 kick start level will not recoil back to start position ----after kicking attempt. What is the solution? parts? labor?.......Thanks , Scott
  5. i had the same problem the chain was either too lose or to tight on the adjustment blocks i left 51 tooth on until the chain stretches out enough to take a link out the 52 tooth seems to snapper out of the turns you will like it
  6. thanks for the info how much do you weigh?
  7. hey i wondering what you guys set your suspension clickers at for 175lbs rider who rides mxtrack about novice level thanks for the input/help
  8. hey i think it is the auto decompression sticking , put bike in gear rock back and forth then take out of gear and kick. i have a 06 that is what i do when the kick starter does not want kick.
  9. 2006crf250r engine oil level and transmission oil level in fl. oz. please can somebody list. thanks ! also what are those two tabs on the bottom of the motor just in front of where the swing arm attaches?
  10. great info better then the motopowervideo.com dvd i bought the one covers 4 bikes they left out the detail for the crf250 cam removal . hey what is the red alloy part i see on the head ?
  11. how far back is your rear wheel sitting ? it seems like it is too far back with not much chain adjustment left when i tired 116 links.
  12. thanks for the info i will stick with the 51 tooth sprocket and try the 52 tooth when the chain stretches out so i can cut a link out with the chain adjuster set almost all the way in.
  13. i read in motorcrossaction mag. to use 52tooth rear sprocket i was wondering how they did it ? i went to install one and the chain is either too tight or too loose when adding or removing a chain link. i am pissed because i bought a new chain and sprocket and it does not seem to work , had to put the stock sprocket and chain back on.