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Old 04-14-2014, 06:32 AM   #1
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Shoot out ti Hail for helping her the bike.
Picked this up And started cleaning and tearing it apart.
Ti begin with it will need
Petcock
Carb cleaning
Battery
Air filter
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Total spent so far. <500.
Next step is removing air box and then carb.
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Old 04-14-2014, 02:15 PM   #2
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Purchased - oil, filter, battery
Next step soaking the carb in Pine Sol (anyone done this before)? It is supposed really clean the varnish out and leave the carb fresh smelling.
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Oh snap, I smell another Hidden Falls trip. Well, that and the hint of Pine-Sol.

Congrats man, great little trail bike.
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i just rebuilt one of these. think i have extra parts if you want them
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Never used pine sol but u can buy a one gallon can from autozone that u can dip the carb parts in that will clean the out of them. Congrats on the pick up!

U might need fork seals to looking at that first pic
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i just rebuilt one of these. think i have extra parts if you want them
Sweet I will pm you for details. THank you.
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Oh snap, I smell another Hidden Falls trip. Well, that and the hint of Pine-Sol.

Congrats man, great little trail bike.
Yeah that is what I was thinking as well. Hope to get this done in a month or so.

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Never used pine sol but u can buy a one gallon can from autozone that u can dip the carb parts in that will clean the out of them. Congrats on the pick up!

U might need fork seals to looking at that first pic
Your are correct I think that is something else I need to add. Although after I washed it off you couldn't tell. Will look at the autozone option as well.
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1-HondaRider you still have any parts?
2-new carburetor and the bike starts and runs great
3-next on the agenda brakes.
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