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  1. thanks for the replies.. im going to try heating the right side in the oven and see if that makes a difference since I do not have access right now to an torch, impact or press.. if it doesnt work then ill try the torch method
  2. Thanks, I was thinking of this but I didnt want to chance messing the case up.. I need to get ahold of an impact then...
  3. Lost the crank on my 05 yz125.. just split the case with a puller and the left side came off really easy, meanwhile i set the puller up on the ignition side to press the crank out but it just ended up bending the bolts that mounted the puller in place, and the crank did not move at all.. any ideas?
  4. Lost the crank on my 05 yz125.. just split the case with a puller and the left side came off really easy, meanwhile i set the puller up on the ignition side to press the crank out but it just ended up bending the bolts that mounted the puller in place, and the crank did not move at all.. any ideas?
  5. Sorry.. If it makes you feel better, im older then the bike as well.. haha cool thanks about the frame crack info.. ill def check it out..
  6. old man didnt want it anymore so he let me have it.. bike is in good shape both tranny and chassis.. just that the motor is seized hoping its contained to the top end only.. are later year cylinders and such interchangeable? how are these bikes in general? I posted this on the vintage forum as well but hope I can get help here as well, any other hints or tips are welcomed.. thanks
  7. good condition both chassis and tranny wise, but he seized up the top end (hoping thats all) how do these bikes ride? I know more about the early year hondas and such but the kawis are a new thing to me.. anyone with any input would be awesome! thanks:thumbsup:
  8. Twinwalls CR High Bend..
  9. California

    looking a google map (i dont know how to copy a map and photoshop it) but locate highway 182 leaving north out of town, aurora canyon road takes off from this highway about a 1/4 mile down the road, 1/2 mile up aurora canyon road there are some baseball fields where alot of people park and unload there bikes/quads.. existing roads in the bodie hills are smooth, beginner riders/kids should have no trouble riding, untraveled roads that branch off require somewhat little more skill, at the 4-way i mentioned in last post you can access masonic road which has occasional springs and creeks that run along the road and make for good lunch/rest stops.. untraveled roads in the masonic mining district area are usually steep and rocky.. if you decide to go to bodie there is a traveled dirt roads that leaves north from the ghost town to aurora, this to is a very nice ride, ride through small deep canyons, creeks, old mining equipment, old pony express station.. if you travel to aurora there is a really neat cemetary with existing headstones, only warning to that area is people drive fast down that road and since aurora is still a continuing mine there is heavy equipment.. once u get into the old mining district you are once again in a quiet area with plenty of scenery..
  10. California

    i grew up in bridgeport, alot of riding around the area.. east of the town is the bodie hills, which is probably the best place to start out (take aurora canyon road from bridgeport) turns to dirt, 10 miles up the road it 4-ways and u can go visit the ghost town of bodie, aurora mining district, and hundreds of miles of scenery between the two.. through bodie you can access mt. patterson area which is always very nice (alot of rocks to warn you) only area around b-port that you will encounter problems with forest service, sheriffs, ect is the foothills outside of twin lakes and the ghost town of bodie itself (i really do wonder where they find the rangers that run that park.. greedy and ignorant to say the least.. pretty much look into any direction and theres good riding there.. any more questions just ask
  11. i put one on my 05 yz125, made a difference, pipe comes on faster and theres more low end, nothing spectacular tho
  12. i used the fine grit sand paper and it got rid of the gouges but left a white residue that wont disapear
  13. actually in escondido, was wondering were the nearest tracks are? thanks
  14. i got a nail in both tubes an hour before i was supposed to meet someone
  15. plate? hopefully u mean a liscense plate