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Old July 21st, 2012, 10:22 PM   #3
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Originally Posted by silveradoboy View Post
So when I was up in Cheyboygan for the 4th of July my Warrior blew up.
We knew that the bottom end was getting bad and took it to our local shop and they confirmed that it was the crank giving us problems.

I found a rebuild kit online for <$300 and I would like to fix it myself (the shop wanted $1000 for the fix) I am looking for someone who could help me with the fix. I can pull the motor and probably split the case pretty easily but after that I have no idea what I am doing.
Anyone work with small motors and willing to help me out? Your time will be compensated!

I am located in Rochester but my parents live in Waterford, can transport the bike to either location.

Thanks!

Sam
I'd offer, but I'm extremely busy. Do yourself a favor, and search any type of small engine (two stroke included) bottom end rebuild on google. You'll come across some pictures and that's basically all you need to know.

Crank bearings are not hard to replace as long as you have the proper tools, and any crank work you'll still have to have a shop do (likely - rod bearings, balancing, etc.).

I second the above post that you should get the manual. It's probably going to be 40 bucks, but it'll be worth it.
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