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  2. Intake are on top Exhaust on bottom Intake: .05-.10mm (.002-.004 inch) Exhaust: .17-.22mm (.007-.009 inch).
  3. Please explain how to get these gears along with the crankshaft timing correct. I know the notch on the cam is to line up with the mark on the case but at what positions do the crankshaft and Oiler need to be at when the camshaft mark is lined up correct.... any feedback would be awesome because this here is the last step i have on this four wheeler.
  4. Thanks for the replies and the input. I was leaning more to having to put more money into for a better end result so now I do believe I will start saving. I will post pictures as soon as I can. I will be getting the engine back this week, but I will start working on it then and posting pictures. Again, thanks for the replies.
  5. I have a 2001 Honda Recon TRX250 which I am basically rebuilding the entire machine with new parts (a project bike). The two head bolts broke off flush with the engine block so I carried it to a machine shop. The guy calls and says everything went good but the engine cracked out and around one of the bolt holes and he said that he could “doctor” it up. I’m a small engine mechanic by trade and have never came across this type of predicament because the head as we all know has to sit perfectly flush on top of the engine block. My question here to anyone in the know would be... Is it possible to “safely” doctor up such a delicate place on the block or case should i say and without fear of having issues with blown gaskets and/or any sort of problem at the site which would require a new case. I realize they are in two pieces and i could get away with buying one side, but I’m trying as most folks do to get away with spending less. Any feedback would be much appreciated.

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