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04 kx125 new top end few hours getting a rattle in 6th gear crank problem?


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2008-05-08 21:48:42
2008-05-08 21:48:42

Hi, your problem could quite possibly be your bottom end rod bearing. I have a kx 250 and I've just had to tear mine down and I'm fixing to replace it. The bearing I'm talking about is the one that is where the rod connects with the crank.


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