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post #1 of 24 (permalink) Old 05-05-2010, 09:34 PM Thread Starter
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85 big red 250 3 wheeler

i have an 85 and i was wanting to rebuild the top end

i was wondering if their was a link that i could download with the instructions to help me out a little before i get started?
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i'm sure there is..just don't know where it is..lol..are you rebuilding it for running reasons ?..or just want to make it like new again ?..they are fairly simple to tear down and put back together..if you can't find any links for instructions..and can't seem to put it back toether..let us know..i do alot of rebuilding on those engines..3 and 4 wheelers old school here .
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Welcome to the forums.

Most 4-wheeler problems are caused by a loose nut connecting the handlebars and the seat!!

You only need two tools in life -- WD-40 and duct tape. If it doesn't move and should, use the WD-40. If it shouldn't move and does, use the duct tape.
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ONLINE manuals are on 3wheelerworld.com down load it free and if you own a trike you need to be a member on here, we know way to much, this is more of an ATV site, its not dedicated to trikes.
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thanks everyone for all the post

what i want to do is just rebuild the top end. i hear a noise when i run it like their is allot of play on the top end.

i am not looking at preformance upgrade just want to see if i can get another 20 years out of it.
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hey Shadetree, i ment to tell you thanks for you offer but i would need a manual or some type of instructions. honestly i am not a mechanic by trade however with the right paperwork i can do allot of stuff and have done allot of work on my junk at my house. like last week i just put a clutch, rear main seal and all the other good stuff that goes along with pulling the transmission on my yota. i even put a timing chain and all that stuff on it last year.

hopefully this will give you an idea of my skill level.

guess i am trying to say that i am only as good as the instructions that i can get online hahahah

thanks again
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