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trickwarrior

Right side radiator

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Hey, After reading all the posts bout leaking I found the leak in mine. It appears to me to be leaking from the radiator itself. Does anyone fix these things or should I start looking for a new one? Besides ebay where should I look. Rode the dunes in Bowie AZ this weekend, boy is it nice to win some races. Love the bike but need to get this leaking taken care of. Any ideas? :)

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I found a leak on my wifes hair scramble bike the day before the race and I took it to a radiator shop (for semi-trucks) and he fixed it and it still is holding fine. I would probably replace it on my bike seeing how much it would cost to rebuild a four stroke motor. Her bike is a 2smoke and I have an extra cylinder and piston for it.

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A friend of mine had his fixed on his YZ426 and has not had a bit of trouble.

He went to the local radiator repair(auto) and they charged him $35.

A lot cheaper than a used one....

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Thanks for all the replies. I'm going to have mine fixed tomorrow but am still looking to replace it as well.

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Thanks looked those right after i figured out this one had a hole in it. Do you have them how do they bolt up? Lots of colors to choose from to huh? Thanks again.

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Hey guy in my home town did a great jb on my radiator fixed it 1/2 hour

Installed it along with my new brake light switch and mirror and I'm onthe road. Thanks for all the help.

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If you're in Tucson, Harold's Welding will fix it. They're on Hughes Access Rd., East of Noggie Hwy. Harold's prob'ly the best welder in town...and he fixed what Mylers couldn't! It's still good, 5 years later...

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