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    edog is offline I'm like an Original Gangsta...but a post whore instead. The day begins with 3WW
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    Quote Originally Posted by andnuaa View Post
    Thanks for the compliments 250RNUT I really appreciate them. Edog your more than welcome to come down to Miami and take for me since you are the best photographer around
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    Cool project 350

    Well not much has happened just put the new carburetor on and the clutch cable and most of the wiring harness. I am Still looking for a break rotor hub that's in good condition so I can finish up the rear end. That's all for now I will keep you guys updated as I go


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    one thing I'm kinda curious about, why the stock carb?
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    I really wish you would post up some clearer pics.
    I am diggin your build!!!

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    Cool project 350

    Goat the reason for the stock card is because I wasn't sure what other carbs would fit except the 400ex which I didn't think would be all that better also I got the new 350x carb very cheap Edog I will try my hardest next time I take so they will be nice and clear for you

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    Sneaky carb thief, no wonder that box you shipped me was a little lite. The thirtyseven mm fcr of the 250 dirtbike fits all you need is a small piece of hose to run the stock airbox system.

    I'm quite curious about this project of yours.
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    Cool project 350

    Well here is a little update I finally finished sanding and polishing the bottom triple tree and got it mounted. Tomorrow I will drill out the holes for the front fender and get that mounted. I am still looking for a rear brake rotor hub that's in good condition so I can finish up my rear end. Well that's it for now



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    Quote Originally Posted by andnuaa View Post
    Well here is a little update I finally finished sanding and polishing the bottom triple tree and got it mounted. Tomorrow I will drill out the holes for the front fender and get that mounted. I am still looking for a rear brake rotor hub that's in good condition so I can finish up my rear end. Well that's it for now



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    That's a great looking build. I see that the steering stop guard has a crack in it...so does mine! I thought about having a stainless one fabricated because that guard is not made too well. Where did you get the plastic ring that goes in the brakeline line guide? I thought the ring was discontinued....yours look new.


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    Quote Originally Posted by 350Kris View Post
    That's a great looking build. I see that the steering stop guard has a crack in it...so does mine! I thought about having a stainless one fabricated because that guard is not made too well. Where did you get the plastic ring that goes in the brakeline line guide? I thought the ring was discontinued....yours look new.
    I got it a while back on eBay for only $7

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    deffinately a nice build for sure, I like the polished look on the tripples,, good job, keep it up!
    My rides, 1985 ATC 350X, With legit Lamborghini Countach paint,2003 Harley Davidson FXDL Dyna Low Rider,customised the way I like it! 1997 GMC Sierra is gone, primary mode of transportation, 2008 Toyota Yaris!

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    Friggin awesome!!!

    Would you mind telling me the process you used polishing the triple. What grit paper did you use and such.

    Thanks

    SeaBass8

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    start big, go small, remove 4 hours of your life. And you end up with something as sexy as that.
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    Thumbs up project 350

    lol Goat it takes a little bit longer than 4 hours. SeaBass8 as for my steps I glass bead the part with real fine beads then I start with 120 grit sandpaper To get all of the deep scratches out of the parts and than i work my way up to 220,400,600,1200,2200 make sure you use wet sandpaper. After that I use this kit I got at Harbor freight I use the black compound than the brown and then white and then when I'm done with that I put the chrome polish on the part and use one of the buffing wheels and the kit to give it that shine. And thanks for all of the complements I really do appreciate them


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    Thanks for the info. I got to get more sand paper!

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