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Hello to all here, seems like a great site for info for my ride. I acquired a 1986 trx200sx from my son, who was basically letting it sit. I found out real quick it needed some tlc and new rear tires. I scored some Kenda Bearclaw 299 for the rears. Well today I got to test them out in a wash out during some pretty good rains we have been getting.
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Land vehicle Vehicle All-terrain vehicle Tire Automotive tire They did extremely well and wow do they fling the mud, I was covered. Fun day, for sure.
 

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Thanks for the welcome. Yes they are huge, but they rock, and mud, and sand, uh well, yeah they rock hard. I went out again today as it rained most of the night and off and on today. What a blast I had, except this time I wore some long pants. I climbed some steep rocky stuff today and the tires really hooked up good. Good ride for sure.
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Welcome welcome fellow Utahn! KSL said we're looking at some more rain the next couple of days, so hope you didn't wash it too good. :) We have that same bike in pieces in our side yard, and actually put the motor in a baja go-kart/buggy for the kids. We just sold it yesterday and boy, was it fun! We have a blue seat, frame, foot pegs and gas tank if you need it... You know, if happen to find any rocks in all that mud! ;)
 

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Hey there superg, thanks for the welcome! It is good to see someone from Utah on this forum. Seems like we are going to get quite a lot of reasons to ride in the next week or so with all the rain in the forecast. Very cool about making a baja out of your 200 motor, would love to see pics of it as my son and I have been building a mini sand rail using the frankenstein method and it really is turning out good.
As far as your extra parts, hmmm, maybe. Peace, Mike.
 
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