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Spray on liquid wrench from your auto store at engine and frame. Warm with heat gun they spray more on. Sit for two days and then use an air hammer to remove. The inner bearing collars are rusted to the axle. If that does'nt work you will have wast the swing arm with a cutting torch or sawsall.

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Attach bagger to john deere d140

While standing at back of mower with the bagger hood in your hands. The black support arm is hanging down, positioned at the back of the mower. At the bottom of the black support arm are two tangs with a gap between them (gap is 2"-3"). The tangs will be inserted into two slots on the towing frame. That is the black panel of the back of the mower. They will not be centered; rather they will be offset to the right side of the tow frame, about mid way up the back.

Lower the hood support so the tangs are horizontal, or parallel to the ground. Once parallel to the ground they will slide into the slots. After they are in the slots, while holding the black support arm steady, raise the two swing arms up to the seat. After raising the swing arms (light brassy color, V shaped connecting rods) then raise the black support arm with the tangs held in the slots. As you raise the black support arm vertically the swing rods will move forward, over the top of the fender, and align with two retaining holes.When the hood is level with the top of the seat you will be able to insert the ends of the swing arms into the holes in the fenders. This will complete installation of the support for the bagging hood. Now follow the locking instructions below.

Note: prior to starting this procedure you may have to remove a spring clip and locking pin (about 6" long and 1/4" round) that runs through the black support arm. It runs right to left through two holes in the support arm, the spring clip locks it in. This pin may be supplied uninstalled. The function of the 6" locking pin is to keep the swing arm in the fender holes after you have everything in place. It must be removed to perform the above installation. After the installation is complete insert the lock pin, right to left, pointy end goes in first, above the swing arms where they meet the black support arm, then insert the locking spring clip in the tiny hole of the locking pin. This locks the swing arms in place.

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2002 Honda CR 250 R will not shift into 4th or 5th gear

Hi, Doucheonmand and the usual suspects are:
1. Clutch not disengaging.
2. Bent shift shaft.
3. Shift fork bent or seized.
4. Gear seized on the shaft.
5. Gear positioning lever binding.
6. Shift return springs weak or broken.
7. Shift return spring pin loose
8. Shift mechanism arm spring is broken.
9. Shift mechanism arm is broken.
10. Shift drum is broken.
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How to replace the swing arm on 2002 honda cr 125. I have a replacement for the bike every thing there just don't know how to do it. need aa step by step

the only way to learn to swim is to dive in...find a milk study plastic milk crate to rest the bottom of the bike on and remove rear tire, bake lines everything attached to the swing arm, now you'll have to disconnect the rear shock also this can be tricky make sure it fully extended have you swing arm fully down, now just remove the bolts that hold the swing arm to the frame..if you have to remove other things to get at the bolts well nobody ever said working on motorcycles is as easy as working on bicycles its some work to accomplish whatever your trying to do especiallt the first time and you will make mistake and look around after your all done and find extra parts...that is not a good feeling especially if it a washer or bearing that you forgot to put in...i would recommend taking cell phone pictures of every step so you'll know how to do the reverse process. good luck and watch your knuckles, sometimes those bolt are on factory tight and will require breaker bars or i use long steel pipes or tubes over my wrenches after i've let it soak in liquid wrench for about an hour before i try, or you'll end up stripping it and then you'll be screwed. good luck and do me a favor if you found this the least bit helpful (i know i cant be there to walk you through it but if you can turn a wrench you can do this) please can i get a rating on my advice thanks.

Aug 14, 2010 | 2002 Honda CR 125 R

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Honda CR 250

It will technically fit, but it will not mount right. Chaz Moto DC

Feb 24, 2010 | 2002 Honda CR 250 R

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Removal of swing arm

remove seat and fuel tank/ air filter box assembly.
get the bike off the ground and secure so it wont fallover.
remove rear wheel, release the rear brake hose ,
undo clamps holding shock tank,
remove upper shock mounting bolt,
remove bolt holding double connecting rod to chassis,
remove ring nut and fork pin adjuster,
remove pin,
remove shock double connecting rod from chassis,
undo wishbone shaped brackets both sides , from centre attachment..
swing arm should be free..

Oct 17, 2009 | 2002 Aprilia RS 125

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Windshield wipers not working

there are little tabs at the end of the arm where it attaches to the wiper trans. if you bend the arms up at the hinge and swing those tabs out the arms will stay up (a small screw driver can be used to move the tabs if they are stuck. A 1/8 screwdriver is a good choice, $4 at sears). once those tabs are out and the arms are holding themselves up just pull. you may need to rock them back and forth a bit but they should just pull off.

To remove the wiper motor itself:
1993 Aerostar/Ranger/Explorer
  1. Turn the wiper switch on. Turn the ignition switch on until the blades are straight up. Then, turn ignition off to keep them there.
  1. Disconnect battery and wiper motor electrical connector.
  1. Remove the right wiper arm and blade.
  1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
  1. Remove the right pivot nut and allow the linkage to drop into the cowl.
  1. Remove the linkage access cover, located on the right side of the dash panel near the wiper motor.
  1. Reach through the access cover opening and unsnap the wiper motor clip.
  1. Push the clip away from the linkage until it clears the nib on the crack pin. Then, push the clip off the linkage.
  1. Remove the wiper linkage from motor crank pin.
  1. Remove nut and ground strap.
  1. Remove three attaching nuts from wiper motor. Remove the motor.
(instructions copied direct from ford shop manual)

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I had to cut out my swingarm bolt on a 02 cr 250, the bolt seems to be seized in the transmission case and i will have to drill it out, my question is where can i get the replacement bushings that go in...

Ah ha, never greased it hey? It actualy goes through the engine cases, at the rear. I have heard of using a sawzall to cut it between the swing arm and engine case. It is not going to be fun. You may have to remove the engine then, and use a little heat, just be careful. Good luck

Jul 03, 2009 | 2002 Honda CR 250 R

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Rear swing arm on nsr 125

you will be able to purchase one from a honda dealership, honda motor cycle dealer. if they dont have one in stock they should be able to order you one from the honda factory.

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When I try to start my honda CR 250 the kick start leveler will not go down, it is lick it is frozen or blocked.

I had the same problem, and i was that the shaft that the kick start was attached to had sezied on to the idler gear in side the engine. all i did was drain the oil, remove the cover and replace the shaft and idler gear.

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Siexed bolt holding motor to swingarm

I have had similar problems to you in the past and believe me just trying to wack it out can open one Hell of a Hornets Nest.(Bent shafts ruined threads)
More so the grief I've had has been on British Machines however your symptoms seem identical, Corrosion possibly or crud 'n' **** build up and although we think the good old Jet wash cleans somtimes in the Swing Arm area it can be Fatal, it pushes the sand and crud deaper into the seals.
I don't know how quickly you need remove the Swinging Arm but suggest trying a quality penetrating oil and after a good soak may be a little heat from a blow torch. Bear in mind Flame and Oil make Fire so keep a hose pipe or fire extinguisher handy. If it is threaded? Try turning opposite direction after soaking all gaps with oil it may be left hand thread? also see if there are any Grub Screws hiding underneath, finally If there are Grease Nipples give it a good grease before removing them and gently warming up the bearing areas. Good Luck!
You are doing this hopefully to replace worn bearings?
Paul 'W'

Jan 02, 2009 | 1992 Honda XR 250 R

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