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(1996 Suzuki rm 250) will 97-98-99-2000 rm parts fit mine like the crank....crank bearings piston rings and gaskets?

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Why not just swap motors instead of all the parts . much quicker

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Try any of the parts on eBay, it will usually give a list of what model they will fit. Otherwise, a cycle recycle yard will have an interchange book or system.

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No because the RM125 body is way bigger than a DRZ125. A DRZ125 is about the size of an RM85.

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No because the RM125 body is way bigger than a DRZ125. A DRZ125 is about the size of an RM85.

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No because the RM125 body is way bigger than a DRZ125. A DRZ125 is about the size of an RM85.

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First, be sure they actually do fit the bore. Take a ring and insert it in the bore. push the ring halfway into the bore using the piston. There should be about a 1/32" gap in the ring. Anything more than 1/16" and you need rings the next size up. If the ring won't go into the cylinder because the gap fully closes, the rings need to be a smaller size.

With the correct size rings, put them on the piston. Some pistons have an index pin in the ring groove Fit the gap to the pin. Put the piston mid-stroke and place the cylinder over the top of the piston. Squeeze the rings closed as you gently tap the cylinder downward and over the rings.

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need a bearing removal tool, pick one up @ your dealer

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Go to the site below where you can see a parts diagram for your specific bike. You will select the actual brand, year, model, etc., once you go to the site. Part numbers and prices are also shown. You can order parts from this site. In the event no price is shown on a particular part and/or the notation "Not Available" is in the description, the part is not in stock. www.babbittsonline.com/pages/parts/viewbybrandand/parts.aspx

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