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    nice work

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    Those wouldnt have havppend to be my XC cases would they?
    (MX) TRX 363R 02- Laeger Narrow Frame/CR500 Link,Motowoz, Roll Design +4, RPM +4 axle, LED 363 +4 Stroker, 38 A/S carb,Rath Signature Series,CCP

    (XC) TRX 370R 86- Stock frame(gusseted),No link rear, JD MGC +2 Arms, Motowoz shocks, RPM XC Axle, LED 370, 38 A/S carb, Rath Signature Series

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    What do you do for bearings that spin in the cases? I would be interested in photos of that process.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Burns350R View Post
    Those wouldnt have havppend to be my XC cases would they?
    Actually Yes...you recognized them Kyle

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fergmyster View Post
    nice. How long does it take to fix something like this.
    It takes time, the TIG welding is about 45 minutes, the machine work takes most of the time. I would say these cases have 3-4 hours of work.

    Quote Originally Posted by dp250r View Post
    Awsome work.Im also interested in cost.My 85 cases are broken on the inside wear the crank goes.Can you fix something like this.Attachment 24281
    We can fix just about any case damage, it becomes a time & cost factor. Sometimes the cost does not justify the repair verses a replacement half.

    Quote Originally Posted by JR250R View Post
    How well have repaired cases held up so far?
    Since they are TIG welded and machined, they last about as good as new...really have never had any issues once repaired.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bholzgen View Post
    What do you do for bearings that spin in the cases? I would be interested in photos of that process.
    Bore the bearing bore, press fit a sleeve and machine/re-bore to fit the bearing. All baring bores can be repaired with this method including the CB bearing bore.

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    Ya they where bugerd up good. Thats how they were when i got them. I have never actually broke an engine case myself believe it or not. But... my first non damaged cases are the ones you built for me last year. They looked great and had no problems all season long.
    (MX) TRX 363R 02- Laeger Narrow Frame/CR500 Link,Motowoz, Roll Design +4, RPM +4 axle, LED 363 +4 Stroker, 38 A/S carb,Rath Signature Series,CCP

    (XC) TRX 370R 86- Stock frame(gusseted),No link rear, JD MGC +2 Arms, Motowoz shocks, RPM XC Axle, LED 370, 38 A/S carb, Rath Signature Series

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    Quote Originally Posted by Burns350R View Post
    Ya they where bugerd up good. Thats how they were when i got them. I have never actually broke an engine case myself believe it or not. But... my first non damaged cases are the ones you built for me last year. They looked great and had no problems all season long.
    I hope your not superstitious ...you might have just jinxed yourself

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    Nope not at all. Being an engineer, i look at the facts. And the facts only.
    (MX) TRX 363R 02- Laeger Narrow Frame/CR500 Link,Motowoz, Roll Design +4, RPM +4 axle, LED 363 +4 Stroker, 38 A/S carb,Rath Signature Series,CCP

    (XC) TRX 370R 86- Stock frame(gusseted),No link rear, JD MGC +2 Arms, Motowoz shocks, RPM XC Axle, LED 370, 38 A/S carb, Rath Signature Series

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    Quote Originally Posted by Burns350R View Post
    Nope not at all. Being an engineer, i look at the facts. And the facts only.
    OH an engineer..... most engineers do look at only facts and completely ignore common sense! LOL

    keep up the great job on the track, and keep that chain away from those cases


 
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