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I am considering replacing the entire crank assembly. any tips?

I am considering replacing my crank assembly in my 1994 kx 250. I know that the connecting rod lower bearing exploded and caused the rod to bend. I am pretty mechanically inclined but I have never split cases on a dirt bike engine. will i need any special tools?

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You will need a flywheel puller you can purchase from denniskirk.com or other mc tool outlet. This is a must tool. Otherwise you can do the job with simple hand tools such as wrenches, allen wrenches all metric of course, and a rubber mallet. It will take about two hours to disassemble. your crank will have to be rebuilt by a shop with a crank jig and a press. the halves must be aligned perfectly. then wash everything very good make sure you have all the exploded bearing cleaned out then make sure again, and reassemble. best wishes!

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