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1997 - 2001 Honda CR250 Rear Suspension

1997 - 2001 Honda CR250 - Rear Suspension - Shock Linkage Service - Featured

1997-2001 Honda CR250 – Shock Linkage Rebuild

How To Service The Shock Linkage On Your 1997 to 2001 Honda CR250 Start with your bike on a stand with the subframe and shock absorber removed. I removed the rear wheel for video purposes, but you do not need to. Linkage Removal: Remove the lower chain roller to make room for the frame side bolt.
1997 - 2001 Honda CR250 - Swingarm Service - Featured

1997 – 2001 Honda CR250 – Rear Suspension – Swingarm Service

Before you start stripping the swingarm, remove the swingarm pivot bolt. You may need to lay your bike on its side and beat the bolt out with a sledgehammer, and that’s easier to do with the rear wheel still on. Once you get the pivot bolt out, replace it just enough to keep the swingarm attached.
1997 -2001 Honda CR250 - Rear Suspension Specifications Featured

1997-2001 Honda CR250 Rear Suspension Specifications

Rear Suspension Specifications For Your 1997-2001 Honda CR250 Dirt Bike. Specifications Included: General, Rear Shock Standard Settings, Torque Specs.
1997 - 1999 Honda Cr250 Rear Shock Rebuild Part 3

1997-1999 Honda CR250 – Rear Shock Rebuild Part 3: Body Assembly

This is PART 3 of the step-by-step rebuild for your Showa KZ3P SA-1 rear shock.
1997 - 1999 Honda Cr250 Rear Shock Rebuild Part 2

1997-1999 Honda CR250 – Rear Shock Rebuild Part 2: Shaft Assembly

This is PART 2 of the step-by-step rebuild for your Showa KZ3P SA-1 rear shock.
1997 - 1999 Honda Cr250 Rear Shock Rebuild featured 1

1997-1999 Honda CR250 – Rear Shock Rebuild Part 1: Disassembly & Inspection

This is PART 1 of the Step-by-Step rear shock rebuild for a Showa KZ3P SA-1 found on your 1997 - 1999 Honda CR250. The steps in this rebuild will also work for a 2000 -2001 Honda CR250, but keep in mind that for the 2000 - 2001 model years, Honda switched to a larger diameter shock, so parts are not interchangeable.