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Kenda front max front tire 23.5x11

Holeshot 20x10 rear tires

NASA fork brace

NASA 250R pre load fork caps, Remachined for the X

New fork boots

Tapered stem bearings

Custom head light cover

Fat bar clamps

Long Horn fat bars

Progressive springs

D Flex hand guards

ASV Pro C5 shoty levers

ASV rotator clamp

ASV dust boots

Spike valve stem caps

Custom painted tank

Custom painted cap

Gas cap vent

Full DG exhaust

2007 Yamaha Raptpr 700R foot pegs

YZ125 kill switch

Complete Maier body including tank scoops

LTZ400 front brake res

LTZ400 Rear brake res

SS brake lines

PRM wide grab bar

DG skid plate

Blue label 10 inch rear wheels

Custom made seat cover

FMF shock cover

IMS Roll folding shifter

Nerfs

Roost boost

Death grips

Red valve stem caps

Pro Armor peg maximizes inside the pegs

TRX250 kicker

New sprockets

New filters

New bearings

New seals

Lotsa Blood seat time and giggles

On the order list

Red chain

Custom body skid

Clear grip tape for the tank

Throttle brake covers

Brake calipers!!

Wheel spacers

EHS racing air box lid








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The closest ive come to ridding a 3 wheeler was a honda trx200sx that had the front right wheel removed by a tree. Just had to make sure you leaned to the left rear while ridding, pertie fun though. lets see some pics boy's any Honda ATC 350 two strokes out there? You gotta be a crazy mofo to ride one of them!
 

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I had a pristine Honda 90atc, All of the kids took a turn getting hurt on it then I sold it. I should have kept it for decoration in my shop lol
 

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The closest ive come to ridding a 3 wheeler was a honda trx200sx that had the front right wheel removed by a tree. Just had to make sure you leaned to the left rear while ridding, pertie fun though. lets see some pics boy's any Honda ATC 350 two strokes out there? You gotta be a crazy mofo to ride one of them!

You gotta be a crazy MOFO if you think they have a 350 2 stroke. 250R BBK is the only way thats gonna happen. They make CR500 conversions out there. Look for mine in the future.
 

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You gotta be a crazy MOFO if you think they have a 350 2 stroke. 250R BBK is the only way thats gonna happen. They make CR500 conversions out there. Look for mine in the future.

whoop, had a fat finger moment, there are 350 four strokes out there, still would qualify as a crazy mofo riddin one of them imo
 

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There ya go. I had a 350X last year. Power about like a 400EX. @50rs a down right quick. MY 200X is slow but fun. Prolly as fast as a 300EX or Warrior.
 

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Honda did not make a ATC 350 two poke, the 350x was a four stroke.....and I wish they still made them, I grew up on 3 wheels.
 

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1986 250R

Rad Valve
36mm Keihin Carb
Power flange
FMF fatty pipe
Uni-filter
white IMS oversize tank(not on in the pic)
CEET seat cover
Renthal bars
aluminum skid plate and grab bar
port and polish
rear wheel spacers
tore down and everything re-powder coated
Scorpion rear tires
 

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Ummmm. You should post a full size pic of your avatar EEHonda, we need to critique it for content.... yeah critique it.:D
 

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The resolution isn't good, so it leaves it pretty much wide open to interpretation.................Someone e-mailed me that several years ago and I thought it was a cool pic.
 

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.... I wish they still made them, I grew up on 3 wheels.

Me too! I have pictures of me on our 85 ATC110 at age 3.5. I had to reach down and change gears with my hand! Good memories on that thing. Now it sits in the shed, only to come out for hauling wood in the winter.
 

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alright for those of you who know a little more on these... Do they make extended axles for them? I have an 85' 250SX that needs one...
 

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Not that I have ever seen. It would probably be expensive being a shaft drive. It is 4 on 110mm pattern so you could get some spacers. The right one would be tricky though. The studs go through the brake drum so you couldn't use bolts (no way to hold back up on them), you would have to come up with a longer stud.

alright for those of you who know a little more on these... Do they make extended axles for them? I have an 85' 250SX that needs one...
 

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I still have my 86 350x but I had a real nice 86 200x I sold to get my 700xx. I love my 700 but I do sometimes miss the old 200x. I got a couple pics for ya.



 

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alright for those of you who know a little more on these... Do they make extended axles for them? I have an 85' 250SX that needs one...
If you put a set of 400ex wheels on the back you should gain and extra 3 inches overall. Also if you use 400ex rear hubs I heard that is worth another 3 or so. I know this works on a 200x cause I did it. The offsets should be the same between the trikes. Good luck
 

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Nice X's. I had a 85 350X and a 86 200X. The 200X was probably my favorite 3 wheeler out of the long list that I have owned.

I don't think the 400EX rear hubs will work on the 250SX due to the drum brake that is recessed in the rim. I run 400EX hubs on my 250R.
 
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