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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
    Yoshimura
    Steering Stem Nut
    $30.95
    $24.76
    You save $6.19 (20%)
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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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    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

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    David (St Pete, FL)

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    2013 Yamaha XT 250 perfect fit

    It was a perfect fit and it looks just like the old one my wife broke. She is happy and I am happy. It took about 10 minutes at the most.

    David (St Pete, FL)

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    Instructions are not great but it does work

    Got this for my wife's XT 250. After reading the micro print instructions on the back I was finally able to get the guard installed on her motorcycle. There is some vague instructions about certain adapters that was throwing me off. I finally got it installed and she is happy. I did have issues getting it around her brake box and cables but I finally was able to put it all together. She is happy so I am happy.

    k shane (sanford , FL)

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    Decent product for the money

    I have paid a lot more for much lesser products. Overall decent feel and good bag for the buck.

    nomad (Covelo, CA)

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    All Balls neck bearings inferior

    After looking at bearing set I went with OEM bearings. Easier to install and better steel. All Ball bearings felt and looked cheaper and were manufactured from less quality steel. To return is not cost effective.

    Michael (Palm Desert, CA)

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    Pro Taper Grips

    These grips went on easy, but the next morning they had little rips in them. Otherwise after a little glue to keep them from ripping more, they seem alright.

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