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2010 Honda CRF250R Steering Stem Bearings

2010 Honda CRF250R
Tire Size:
Front: 80/100-21, Rear: 100/90-19
Spark Plug:
Stock Chain/Belt:
Stock Gearing:
Front: 13T, Rear: 49T
Oil Filter:
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Latest Reviews

John (Milford )


Really like these grips!

I put a set of these on an older XL250 and noticed my hands getting less fatigued after riding a while compared to the softer foam grips it had on it. I purchased a set for my other bike (XT225) and the results were the same. Great grips!

Chuck S (Los Osos )

Cost Benefit

Does not work on Suzuki DR 650 & aren't tough

These grips no matter how I tried to make them work they did not fit right in the handlebar holes. But I got them on a tight as I could and went riding. First time they hit the ground on a dirt road I fell on. Low speed impact. Bent them nearly in half. They are not durable and pretty cheap. My brother has Acerbis, and has had good luck with them. My nest buy. I wish I had bought the better ones first, would've saved me $$$.

John (Del Haven )

Cost Benefit

Low Cost

Fly Racing 1010 steel bars are low cost but that doesn't mean that they lack being a great set of handlebars. I needed a set of bars for my daughter's 250ex so I ordered these not expecting much. To my surprise the bars are built very well, they are lightweight and have a great riding position.

Josh (Newcastle )

Cost Benefit

Not a great fit

I bought for a 2015 DRZ400S with a Clarke 3.9 gas tank. The handlebar mounts jam into the tank at full lock. Not really Acerbis' problem on that. However, it is Acerbis' problem that the inner bar mount design is poor and falls apart as you attempt to install the things. I had to fish and pull this small piece out of the handlebar over and over because it would not stay attached while I was screwing the guards on.

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