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    1982 atc 250r

    I am in the process of rebuilding a 1982 atc 250r for a friend and am having trouble finding the bushing sleeves that go in the swingarm pivot. I was wondering if anybody might know of a place to get them or of another bike trike or quad that uses ones with simmaler dimensions. I know honda is good about using identical parts on newer models considering the 450r quad has identical dust caps and thrust bushings from what I have just discovered

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    fabiodriven is offline Aspiring romance novel cover model, and the Official 3WW slayer of thieves and swindlers. Catch me if you can
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    I could be mistaken but I feel like those would come in a kit if you got one.
    85 Tri-Zinger 60
    86 ATC 250SX
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    All I can seem to find is the needle bearings that press into the swingarm

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    Shipping will cost you, they have 3 left/ act fast if u want em.....https://www.cmsnl.com/honda-atc250r-...ist/F++20.html

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    They’ve never let me down if they say they have them they do.

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    Wow them 2 bushings are gonna cost $86 after shipping

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    Yup/ not a cheap sport, I just spent $50 on a oem Honda petcock!!! China one lasted less than a year.....but learned my lesson “again”.....
    -but i’ll probably get another 30 out of the oem one (hopefully still riding) then
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    Oh I know I just finished building a 85 atc 250r and I also own a 87 quadzilla and a 87 trx 250r and I have a 06 450r I just finished doin a 250r motor swap on last year. But I have a plan b on them bushings already figured out

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    Well plan b worked perfectly. I bought a swingarm pivot bushing sleeve for a 89 trx 250r took measurements off my 82 atc bushing and cut 2 new bushings out of the 89

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hoosieratc View Post
    Well plan b worked perfectly. I bought a swingarm pivot bushing sleeve for a 89 trx 250r took measurements off my 82 atc bushing and cut 2 new bushings out of the 89
    Good stuff--and that is how NOT to spend $86 on a bushing...

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    Well it helps having 3 metal lathes and a creative mind

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