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05 Honda Crf450r Crf 450r Oem Bottom End Motor Engine Crank Cases Clutch Stator on 2040-parts.com

Location:

Temecula, California, United States

Temecula, California, United States
Condition:Used

Removed from 2005 CRF450r. Complete Bottom End assembly.  The Cases are in good condition; NO external Cracks/leaks, although has some normal age stains. A small spot about the size of a dime near the stator cover drain plug is a JB weld type fix. It DID NOT leak. The Clutch and Stator functioned well. The transmission shifted into all gears smoothly. The crankshaft feels solid; VERY little side to side play, NO UP/DOWN Play. The Crank spins smoothly by hand. The cam chain is in good shape. Accessories pictured are included and work as intended. NO known damage to this assembly. The oil and coolant were free of any debris when drained. I do suggest a new countershaft/sprocket seal.  Otherwise it is ready for new gaskets to install your top end. SEE PICS. Everything you see is included! Thanks for looking! 

NOTE: This assembly is sold as is and is non refundable.

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