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2010 Honda CRF250R Steering Stem Bearings

2010 Honda CRF250R
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Steering Stem Bearing Kit
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All Balls Steering Stem Bearing Kit All kits upgrade ball-type steering bearings to Heavy-Duty Tapered Bearings for higher torque load and better wear than ball style steering bearings Each ...
Works Connection Steering Stem NutWorks Connection's Steering Stem Nut eliminates the issue of a twisted fuel vent tube forever. A CNC machined hole in the center of the steering stem nut allows yo...
Steering Stem Nut
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Yoshimura Steering Stem Nut This trick looking nut comes pre-drilled so you can safety wire it on and not have to worry about it coming off or loosening up on the track. Features: CNC machined from...

Latest Reviews

crjdirt (GJ )

Cost Benefit

A must have for any dual sport

I have had Moose Racing hand warmers on my wr250r for years and they saved my digits on many cold and/ or wet rides. When my wife bought a crf250l I knew the one thing I need to do to keep her ridin' happy (which helps me ride happy) was get her some heated grips. She says they have been priceless so far. Install is always a pain because I'm a horrible mechanic. That being said, I can do it and do it well, which means you can do it. I wired to the horn power and battery ground - genius internet tip I found. Make sure you double check this will work for your bike and not void any warranties. Mine is wired to the headlight and battery ground - no problems. Make sure to wire to something that will turn grips off when bike is off. Thanks Moose Racing and Motorcycle Superstore!

Rami (Oakland )


great on my 2006 Vstrom dl650!

First of all, it fit my wallet. And it fits my 2006 Vstrom just right. It's all metal (aluminum) except for the covers. The covers have vent gaps, witch I blocked with electrical tape. Very easy to install after spending some time, just be patient.

Tony (San Jose )


Pro Grip Hand Gaurds

I bought this set of Hand Guards because they were inexpensive. I am installing them on a Street Bike because I wanted to mount a set of Moose Racing hand covers that are very large and give lots of protection from the weather. The Moose Racing hand guards are made from a cloth material and do not much rigidity and need a support backbone and a place to attach the hand guards. The Pro Grip Hand Guards have a plastic back bone not aluminum. But I am not planning on riding off road so all I want them to do is keep my Moose Racing hand guards in place. I have installed them with a little adjusting and some other parts I had, there on. Would not recommend these for off road riding use.

Chase (CATAULA )


Good, but....

These are nice levers that fit well, but in the description it says that they are approximately 1 inch shorter than stock, but they are the same length as stock, they are no shorter. Even with that they look good, the red is bright, and matches close with stock Honda, and the aluminum is nice and shiny. Overall, I am pleased, but I wish that they would not say that that much shorter than stock OEM because they are not.

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