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  1. #1
    Hooligan
    Join Date
    Sep 2017
    Location
    New Brunswick, Canada

    Some new green in the stable.

    Picked up a 2003 KDX220 as a project to work on with my oldest son. Hes pretty jacked about it. Now to get it running.

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    Mike
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    beermonger
    Join Date
    Mar 2009
    Location
    Foothills of the Brushy mountains

    Re: Some new green in the stable.

    Great bike! Suspension will need help. What are your intentions trail / woods bike? Either way, Youre going to love that bike !
    OBJECTS IN MIRROR
    NO LONGER MATTER

    ...a gentleman who obliviously has love for theses bikes.

    ZRXOA member #1964


  3. #3
    Hooligan
    Join Date
    Sep 2017
    Location
    New Brunswick, Canada

    Re: Some new green in the stable.

    Its going to be a trail bike mostly. Maybe once he gets some experience a single track machine. Im looking forward to swapping between my Husky FE350 and this bike. As for suspension, once the snow flies and weve both ridden it a bit we will address that. I might source out a KX or KLX front end. I think its a direct swap. As for the shock there is a local guy that does great work on rebuilding and re-valving etc. Over the winter we will strip it and go over the whole bike so its completely redone by spring.
    Mike
    #10152

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    BadAss Hooligan
    Join Date
    Sep 2012
    Location
    CT

    Re: Some new green in the stable.

    Congrats to both of you! Many of my fondest memories are riding off-road with my dad. Enjoy! Btw, how old is you son? He looks about 30. Lol

  5. #5
    Hooligan
    Join Date
    Sep 2017
    Location
    New Brunswick, Canada

    Re: Some new green in the stable.

    Quote Originally Posted by the-atc-kid View Post
    Congrats to both of you! Many of my fondest memories are riding off-road with my dad. Enjoy! Btw, how old is you son? He looks about 30. Lol
    Im really looking forward to some time on the bikes. I have an ATV as well so my younger son can come too. The oldest (in the pic) is 17, hes pretty tall. Weve had a great time working on the bike and it runs much better now. Not perfect. It also looks a lot better now.
    Some updated pics.....

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    Mike
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