ECHO

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Re: ECHO

Postby VTRamen » Mon Mar 21, 2016 8:55 pm

Looks like fun! ;)
- 1988 VTR 250
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Re: ECHO

Postby boomtank » Fri Apr 29, 2016 12:25 am

Weather and work scheduals working together again. Got all the rear end work done except the swingarm. Maybe next year...lol

New blue chain :D , front and rear sprockets, wheel painted, new brakes, new tire, kick stand painted, and all parts cleaned up. Phew...

Next up, front end work. Brakes, wheel paint, rebuild forks, new tire, possible steering head berrings. Hope the good weather holds. :)

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Wheel before


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Primed


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Painted


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All done


Still working on the chain guard. It was in really bad shape. Might try to track down the blue aionized aluminum one I saw years ago. 8-)
Keep the rubber side down out there ;)
Speed never hurt anyone. It's the sudden stop at the end that does :o

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Re: ECHO

Postby MathewClark » Tue May 23, 2017 2:02 am

boomtanek wrote:Weather and work the hydromax xtreme schedule working together again. Got all the rear end work done except the swingarm. Maybe next year...lol

New blue chain :D , front and rear sprockets, wheel painted, new brakes, new tire, kick stand painted, and all parts cleaned up. Phew...


The blue chain and wheels looks wicked!
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