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Eddie Fine

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  1. I'VE posted this on the 450 side, but I'm looking for some one with an 06 yz250f needing a stiffer spring. If so, I would like to swap for my 06 YZ450 spring. I hate the idea of giving up the $500 ti spring just to buy a steel spring . How about you? call 205-223-7800, in Alabama.
  2. I've noticed in some mag. pictures of Chad Reeds 450 that the head breather tube is not running down the left side of the frame and looks to be routed somewhere else. However at the Atlanta Supercross it was in the normal place . All I know is that it looks ultra trick if not seen, so I've rerouted mine. Take it loose and turn it around, send it thru the frame and over the carb, then down between the air-boot and frame, then thru the carb tubing holder (far inside), and rest the end of the tube on the swing arm behind the brake reservoir (bent end will be down). It should stay clean and clear. Just make sure there is no restriction any where in the line. If any one knows why this would be a no no, Please let us hear !!! Other than that, It really makes your bike look trick.
  3. I've looked all over on my 06 yz450 and just can't find that HAIRBOX, but until I do, I'm using my long phillips screw driver, just very very carefully. I'm going to look for a steel rod about the same size at Home Depot.
  4. Hi Folks, I'm in B'ham Al. I have an 06 yz450f and I'm looking to find a lighter rear spring. Is any one out there with an 06 yz250f looking for a heavier rear spring? If so we could swap and keep a ti spring :thumbsup:The ti spring is 2lb lighter than steel and retails over $500 Would like to stay somewhat local on this. Please call 205-223-7800