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    Our Cr60 project, complete restore in process to OEM+

    Bought one mid summer, complete tear down in process

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    Will be posting updates as we get it back together

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    Nice project!!

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    Nice project..I have parts if you need including nos piston/ring sets from standard to .50 over..great little bike...

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    First of all I striped the whole bike clean. Then I got to work on the frame so I sand-blasted it, then powder-coated. The finale result was awesome! I am 13 years old and my dad and brother (16 years old) is also helping me with the bike.

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    After I was completely finished with the frame I started with the handle bars and the parts on the bars. The powder-coating color I used was matte black. The parts that were coated were the bars itself, clutch and front brake handles, right and left wire brackets, steering steam, handle bar holder.

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    I bought new front forks because the original ones had a lot of rust, sand blasted and powder coated the bottom half of the tubes then rebuilt them. I got new Cr60 swing arm stickers and stuck them on the powder coated swing arm. I also attached the front brake and clutch cables.
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    Looking sweet.Its nice to see someone your age doing an awesome rebuild,keep up the great work..

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    I just started doing engine parts so I started with the exhaust, I had to sand blast it but could not powder coat it because the muffler gets to hot for the powder, so I spray painted it with high temp matte black spray paint, then I spray painted (same paint) the screws for the muffler guard and installed it. Finale result was amazing!


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    Looking good!

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