For Sale 78/79/80 Honda CR250 Aluminum Swingarm $500

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7/8/2018 5:44 PM

Never bolted on Karl Landrus aluminum swing arm for 1978/1979/1980 Honda CR250. This is the Mugen copy he offered before the fire at his property. New bearings are pressed in. Includes billet axle blocks. Was going to use for vintage racer but went showroom resto instead.

$500 plus actual shipping costs. PayPal friends and family payment or add $50 to cover fees.

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7/8/2018 8:58 PM

I'll take it. PM me a paypal address.

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7/8/2018 9:27 PM

newmann wrote:

I'll take it. PM me a paypal address.

Newman email me at gforcecoatings@gmail.com to exchange address/payment etc.

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7/9/2018 4:03 AM

Swing arm is sold. Thanks Joe.

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7/9/2018 1:35 PM

16 Hours too slow....Newman (spoken like Jerry Seinfeld).

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7/9/2018 3:38 PM

RF145 wrote:

16 Hours too slow....Newman (spoken like Jerry Seinfeld).

Heck, he tried selling it in another thread, I figured it was long gone. Only problem I have is that I no longer have a 78-80 CR250. Found plenty of them for others to spend their money on but have avoided getting one for myself since the late 90's. Doubt I'll be looking too hard for one anytime soon either but one day my young son may want to build a big brother to his 79 CR125 and can have matching swing arms. Now if I can only find another nice set of $350.00 Fox Factory Forx and triples already set up for the Honda like my last set.wassat


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7/9/2018 5:25 PM

Joe, I have what you are looking for. Do you want a 1980 or 1979 CR 250? Buy them now before I build them myself.

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7/9/2018 8:45 PM

RF145 wrote:

Joe, I have what you are looking for. Do you want a 1980 or 1979 CR 250? Buy them now before I build them myself.

Shucks Mr Newman, that’s what I needed for my RC380 project, well another one will show up again. I guess too old, too slow.

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7/13/2018 6:24 PM

Frank wrote:

Swing arm is sold. Thanks Joe.

Arrived today as promised. Many thanks. Or maybe not, got a feeling this will end up costing me another 6 grand before it's over...laughing

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7/13/2018 6:26 PM

RF145 wrote:

Joe, I have what you are looking for. Do you want a 1980 or 1979 CR 250? Buy them now before I build them myself.

Not right now, too many irons in the fire. I always thought it was supposed to get easier when the kids were grown and gone? Busier than ever these days. Still have fantasies about an Ossa Phantom, you still got yours?

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7/13/2018 6:27 PM

RF145 wrote:

Joe, I have what you are looking for. Do you want a 1980 or 1979 CR 250? Buy them now before I build them myself.

tireguy111 wrote:

Shucks Mr Newman, that’s what I needed for my RC380 project, well another one will show up again. I guess too old, too slow.

What is this RC380 project you speak of? Photos?

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7/14/2018 8:49 AM
Edited Date/Time: 7/14/2018 9:58 AM

RF145 wrote:

Joe, I have what you are looking for. Do you want a 1980 or 1979 CR 250? Buy them now before I build them myself.

tireguy111 wrote:

Shucks Mr Newman, that’s what I needed for my RC380 project, well another one will show up again. I guess too old, too slow.

newmann wrote:

What is this RC380 project you speak of? Photos?

I have found a Honda RC 380 motor and stuff and might build it up like the bikes Chuck Sun and Warren Reid rode in the Trans AMA series in 1979 I do not know how to post pictures, but will send one to your e-mail address if you pm me.

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7/14/2018 9:47 AM
Edited Date/Time: 7/14/2018 9:49 AM

RF145 wrote:

Joe, I have what you are looking for. Do you want a 1980 or 1979 CR 250? Buy them now before I build them myself.

tireguy111 wrote:

Shucks Mr Newman, that’s what I needed for my RC380 project, well another one will show up again. I guess too old, too slow.

newmann wrote:

What is this RC380 project you speak of? Photos?

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7/14/2018 12:21 PM

RF145 wrote:

Joe, I have what you are looking for. Do you want a 1980 or 1979 CR 250? Buy them now before I build them myself.

newmann wrote:

Not right now, too many irons in the fire. I always thought it was supposed to get easier when the kids were grown and gone? ...more

Joe, unfortunately my long lasting back injury forced the sale of both the Ossa and Mugen 360 as they awaited final assembly.
Through Devine intervention (or pure luck as I would say), my wife found a doctor who knew exactly how to treat my injury, so much so I was healthy enough to have both knees replaced the very next year.
I am riding again, but having pain in the knee area when I am jumping. Still need to work on that.
On the grass track, I can ride all day.
Still a few good projects left although I do miss the 360.

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7/16/2018 4:15 AM

RF145 wrote:

16 Hours too slow....Newman (spoken like Jerry Seinfeld).

newmann wrote:

Heck, he tried selling it in another thread, I figured it was long gone. Only problem I have is that I no longer have a 78-80 ...more

Get the 81 Yz 465 forks and axle, take 82 cr.480 triple Clamp and use the 79 bottom clamp steringaxle pressed on the 480 bottomclamp , factorylook Ceracote and youre home BR Mikael

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