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Old 05-14-2013, 04:52 AM   #35476
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Please forgive the cross-forum post (this is also in Equipment):

Has anyone found a creative way of mounting a bicycle pump on a WRR/X? I bought a Blackburn Airstik dual-action pump to allow me to air-up when back on pavement, and to fix a flat. It's lighter and simpler than the electric pump I usually carry (& I haven't wired up a 12V socket on the WWR yet).

It looks like a quality piece, and came with a decent-looking mounting bracket, designed to go behind a bicycle water bottle basket.

I don't use hard luggage, and I don't see any obvious places on the WR250R that won't expose the pump to mud, rocks, and damage.

I thought about the handlebar brace, and the front fender, not wild about either. The rear rack could work, not the cleanest solution, and awfully exposed.

Photos and / or solutions would be welcome.
This is how I carry my flat repair stuff, it's a welding rod holder with home made mounting brackets. It has some tools, patches, tire irons, trail stand, and pump. The spare tube is in my Wolfman tool bag.


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Old 05-14-2013, 05:37 AM   #35477
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Do you ride with a small back pack?
Not if I can help it. Usually with a Camelback, but it only has a tiny zippered pocket with room for a wallet or cell phone. A knapsack would solve the issue of course, but I'd like to find a place for it to live on the bike.
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Old 05-14-2013, 05:38 AM   #35478
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This is how I carry my flat repair stuff, it's a welding rod holder with home made mounting brackets. It has some tools, patches, tire irons, trail stand, and pump. The spare tube is in my Wolfman tool bag.


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Thank you. It looks like I may be shopping for a AgriSupply tube or a welding rod holder as Maggot suggested.
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Old 05-14-2013, 06:41 AM   #35479
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New Model? WR250XR.
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Old 05-14-2013, 08:26 AM   #35480
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+1 on the motion pros.. i also have 3.. the front axle nut, the rear, & the 10/12 combo. i've only used them a couple of times, but it's nice to have them when needed.

I've used water for bead setting, when changing tires on the trail.. just splash some on.

Here's another pro for the shinko 244's that some of the x guys use:
they ride flat. You can have NO air in the tires, & they will stay full & rideable. They have very stiff sidewalls, & if you ride offroad in them, you don't need over 10#. I pump them up with 32# for long pavement rides, but let it out on trails. I never worry about flats, now.. i'll just wait until i get home to fix it. It's like being born well hung or rich, except you can buy them!

I take it that you use rim locks?
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Old 05-14-2013, 09:02 AM   #35481
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Counter Sprocket Bolt Remove/Reinstall.

I did some searches both here and using teh Google, but didn't come up with what I wanted, so I apologize in advance if this has been discussed.

I went to remove this nut yesterday, had it in first gear and turned the wrench counter-clockwise, it turned but it felt as if the gear slipped rather than me loosening anything. I looked at the nut and it appears to have a built in cotter pin or circlip type dealio on there. I decided to leave it be until I understand this, can anyone enlighten me? Maybe a link that explains it?

Thanks.
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Old 05-14-2013, 09:13 AM   #35482
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I did some searches both here and using teh Google, but didn't come up with what I wanted, so I apologize in advance if this has been discussed.

I went to remove this nut yesterday, had it in first gear and turned the wrench counter-clockwise, it turned but it felt as if the gear slipped rather than me loosening anything. I looked at the nut and it appears to have a built in cotter pin or circlip type dealio on there. I decided to leave it be until I understand this, can anyone enlighten me? Maybe a link that explains it?

Thanks.
I assume you mean countershaft "nut"???To remove front sprocket??

No, cotter pin or circlip..the nut is "peened" in one spot, where there is no threads. You have to bend out this peended spot, and the nut should come off with a breaker bar.

Some guys have just used an impact gun to remove the nut, although I would not recommend this to anyone, since thread damage could occur.
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Old 05-14-2013, 09:17 AM   #35483
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I assume you mean countershaft "nut"???To remove front sprocket??

No, cotter pin or circlip..the nut is "peened" in one spot, where there is no threads. You have to bend out this peended spot, and the nut should come off with a breaker bar.

Some guys have just used an impact gun to remove the nut, although I would not recommend this to anyone, since thread damage could occur.
Yep, counter shaft nut & front sprocket. Would it be better to have it in 6th vs. 1st gear?

Rear wasn't a problem, looks really purdy-like too...

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Old 05-14-2013, 09:21 AM   #35484
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Yep, counter shaft nut & front sprocket. Would it be better to have it in 6th vs. 1st gear?
IIRC, I had mine in first, stood on rear brake on right side of bike, leaned over and used breaker bar to break it free.
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Old 05-14-2013, 09:21 AM   #35485
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I did some searches both here and using teh Google, but didn't come up with what I wanted, so I apologize in advance if this has been discussed.

I went to remove this nut yesterday, had it in first gear and turned the wrench counter-clockwise, it turned but it felt as if the gear slipped rather than me loosening anything. I looked at the nut and it appears to have a built in cotter pin or circlip type dealio on there. I decided to leave it be until I understand this, can anyone enlighten me? Maybe a link that explains it?

Thanks.
Type "wr250r front sprocket removal" into Google and the first link that comes up is a YouTube video showing how to remove and replace the front sprocket. Watch that and go and do likewise.

Or if you want to skip the first step, just watch here:

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Old 05-14-2013, 09:22 AM   #35486
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IIRC, I had mine in first, stood on rear brake on right side of bike, leaned over and used breaker bar to break it free.
Ahh, OK - the brake. Thanks Doug!
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Old 05-14-2013, 09:24 AM   #35487
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hmmm. mine was only peened on one side. ( 2010)

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Ahh, OK - the brake. Thanks Doug!
No problem.
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Old 05-14-2013, 09:24 AM   #35488
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Type "wr250r front sprocket removal" into Google and the first link that comes up is a YouTube video showing how to remove and replace the front sprocket. Watch that and go and do likewise.
My search was something like, remove counter sprocket bolt wr250r - thanks for the video!
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Old 05-14-2013, 09:27 AM   #35489
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WR 250F counter shaft sprocket, same sprocket.
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Old 05-14-2013, 09:29 AM   #35490
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....what size rear tire is that Utah?...muna try me one o them trals tars next go'round.

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