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84 cr250 Rightside crankcase cover


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  • Ron250rGC

    TT Member

70 posts
Location: Illinois

Posted March 11, 2011 - 07:18 AM


I NEED ONE,been looking if someone has one or a whole motor with a good cover let me know,the part is a one year only and unavilable.

  • HodieRacer37

    TT Silver Member

637 posts
Location: Missouri

Posted March 11, 2011 - 07:45 AM


Water pump rot? I hate to tell you but this part can be next to impossible to find. I know of a few guys who have been able to fix theirs themselves. Other then that EBay will be your best bet.

  • 250psd

    TT Member

84 posts
Location: Pennsylvania

Posted March 12, 2011 - 05:49 AM


I found a NOS one from Dillon brothers for my 85 for $177. I bought it in the end of december 2010. Check there. I just checked on their site and it says an 84 is not available but when I checked an 85, they have it and it says 84-86??? May be an 85 cover will work for you?

  • traileater

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453 posts
Location: British Columbia
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Posted March 12, 2011 - 10:39 AM


84 is a 1 year only cover. Others will NOT fit.
Ron how bad is yours? Many have been saved with JB weld, but not the real bad ones.

  • Ron250rGC

    TT Member

70 posts
Location: Illinois

Posted March 12, 2011 - 11:07 AM


acually its cracked from the outside someone JB weld on it before,I have not pulled the cover yet to see if and how bad of rot,will do that soon and try to fix wih jb

  • Wavehog33

    TT Silver Member

530 posts
Location: Indiana

Posted March 13, 2011 - 06:01 AM


acually its cracked from the outside someone JB weld on it before,I have not pulled the cover yet to see if and how bad of rot,will do that soon and try to fix wih jb

I have an extra 1984 Honda Cr250 right side clutch cover. The cover was rebuilt using Devcon aluminum epoxy. It was the first cover I rebuilt so I have gotten better at it since then. I switched it out for another I found in better condition overall. I do notice that I must have had a couple air pockets during the Devcon process as there looks to be some pinholes that would need repaired. here are some pics, before and after on the bike. I can get more pics of the cover if you are interested. Email me wavehog33@att.net
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  • Elsner203

    TT Bronze Member

403 posts
Location: Arizona

Posted March 13, 2011 - 09:59 AM


I feel your pain. I've been looking for a right side crankcase cover for an 83 CR125 for about 3 years now. I only rode it a couple times before it was shot.

  • bombdigitty

    TT Newbie

17 posts
Location: Ontario

Posted March 14, 2011 - 06:30 AM


I will soon need one for an 1983 CR250 I think I might try and save it before its to late though

  • bombdigitty

    TT Newbie

17 posts
Location: Ontario

Posted March 14, 2011 - 06:39 AM


Sorry...I need the left side cover. 83 the pump was on the left.

  • traileater

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453 posts
Location: British Columbia
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Posted March 14, 2011 - 06:54 AM


Ebay is your friend!

  • Elsner203

    TT Bronze Member

403 posts
Location: Arizona

Posted March 14, 2011 - 09:06 PM


I have an extra 1984 Honda Cr250 right side clutch cover. The cover was rebuilt using Devcon aluminum epoxy. It was the first cover I rebuilt so I have gotten better at it since then. I switched it out for another I found in better condition overall. I do notice that I must have had a couple air pockets during the Devcon process as there looks to be some pinholes that would need repaired. here are some pics, before and after on the bike. I can get more pics of the cover if you are interested. Email me wavehog33@att.net
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Did you recreate the water flow channels after the rebuild was finished in the second pic?

  • Wavehog33

    TT Silver Member

530 posts
Location: Indiana

Posted March 15, 2011 - 04:06 AM


Yes, I did repair the water line holes in the cover. The Devcon was applied and then I used a dremel tool with various bits to reshape the ports. The 3 other covers I have done since this cover look much nicer. But this cover worked well too.
If by channels you are referring to the recessed area around the impeller, than no, I did not re-create the channel.

  • cr clutch covers

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3 posts
Location: Australia

Posted November 15, 2014 - 04:27 AM


hi im makeing new clutch covers for 80 s  hondas cr 125 and 250 anyone interested email me russellbrown13@bigpond.com haven figurer out how to put photos up yet 



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Location: Australia

Posted November 15, 2014 - 04:32 AM


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  • cr clutch covers

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Posted November 15, 2014 - 04:33 AM


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