1991 CR250R

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9/4/2018 10:36 PM

So I'm in the process of buying a 91 cr250 for $100. It's set up for hill climbing right now, but needs some parts. Does anyone know what parts interchange with other years? Would like to find a swing arm that isn't extended to ride Moto. Photo

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Stay Calm and Ride On! Braaaaaaap!

9/5/2018 4:55 AM

Fleabay usually has all the parts you need although you really never know the real condition until it shows up at your door.

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When in doubt gas it! It may not cure the problem but it will end the suspense!

9/5/2018 8:36 AM

pretty sure the 90' and 91' swingarms were the same (maybe later years too) - but check any of the part numbers with any of the OEM parts finders on the web.

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9/5/2018 9:30 AM

CR500 from 90-01 are basically the 90-91 CR250R. Lots of part available.

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9/5/2018 9:34 AM

wertman194 wrote:

Fleabay usually has all the parts you need although you really never know the real condition until it shows up at your door.

Everything except a swing arm

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Stay Calm and Ride On! Braaaaaaap!

9/5/2018 5:52 PM

wertman194 wrote:

Fleabay usually has all the parts you need although you really never know the real condition until it shows up at your door.

mnmxer368 wrote:

Everything except a swing arm

Be patient.... What you need will show up eventually...

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9/5/2018 5:57 PM

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9/5/2018 7:50 PM

I have a swingarm from a 91 CR 500, not sure if they are the same or not.

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9/7/2018 3:32 PM

You have some work ahead of you there but fantastic you are going to save it. They are really a great bike. I love the HPP motors. Good usable power over a broad range. I would do a fork conversion to some later Honda Twin chamber 47mm forks. The newer the better. 90/91 CR250 Swingarm is the same. I believe the 91/92 CR125 swingarm is also the same. The 91 to 2001 CR500 swingarm will also work. There was a change in the CR500 swingarm somewhere through the mid 90s. If you put a later swingarm from a 500 on make sure you also use the corresponding linkage, then it will all work on your 250. Keep us posted on the build up.
Greg

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9/7/2018 4:18 PM

http://oem-cycle.com/HONDACR250BIKEID.shtml
This site has helped me out quite a bit.

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