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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:
    R0409B-8
    Stock Chain/Belt:
    520x116
    Stock Gearing:
    Front: 13T, Rear: 49T
    Oil Filter:
    KN-116
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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 you t
    Yoshimura
    Steering Stem Nut
    $30.95
    $24.76
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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

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    Milam (Conroe, TX)

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    Moose Levers

    Fit just like the OEM's easy install. Liked the rubber inserts for gripping and the red almost matched the bike color. Stylish and affordable!

    SeanO (villa rica, GA)

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    ninja 250R-does not fit

    Not even close to fitting my Ninja 250R. As usual, the customer service at Motorcycle Superstore was fantastic and handled my problem quickly. Thanks Motorcycle Superstore, I will continue to shop with y'all.

    SeanO (villa rica, GA)

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    All Balls Steering bearings ninja250r

    Great replacement for the antiquated OEM ball bearings. Fit well. Easy install, (assuming you have change steering bearings previous). I haven't ridden the bike yet though, so I can't comment on how they feel.

    Jason (Temecula, CA)

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    Good Bars

    These are good bars for an OEM replacement. Not the strongest bars out there but have been around a long time and are consistent. I would recommend them to anyone looking for an upgrade.

    Alden (Green Mountain Falls, CO)

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    Quality Product

    I bought these and installed them on my WR450F the day after installing another brand on my wife's bike. The fit and finish are top notch, much better than the other brand, and installation was fairly easy. The only challenge was figuring out the right spacer orientation to use with my tapered handlebars. Based on the installation and how well made these are, I'd definitely recommend them.

    Evert (Grand Forks, ND)

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    Vibration Busters

    I bought these not as risers but as an option to add rubber in between the segments to dampen vibration. I inserted two sets of rubber gaskets between the segments. Made them from old car floor mats. Works great. Cuts 90% of the vibration from the handlebars of my 05 WR450F.

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