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The rod snapped on top of the piston so I have alot of work to do.
It is in three apart on the bench. bottom, top, and cylinder is junk.

I need to get the cases apart now and Need to know what special tools do I need to get at the crank and rod.

What is the best puller to use?

Gotta get this block apart to start cleaning.....
 

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Sorry to hear about all the damage.

I'm not familiar with the engine but maybe you could call a local shop and ask the mechanic the same question? Just a thought.

Good luck!
 

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The rod snapped on top of the piston so I have alot of work to do.
It is in three apart on the bench. bottom, top, and cylinder is junk.

I need to get the cases apart now and Need to know what special tools do I need to get at the crank and rod.

What is the best puller to use?

Gotta get this block apart to start cleaning.....
You need a KX250F flywheel puller :

Motion Pro - Flywheel PULLER, M24x1.5 R.H. Internal Thread

And get youself a real OEM Kawasaki service manual if you don't already. You have a huge mechanical task ahead of you, so don't skimp and try to rebuild from "memory" You are going to be into this rebuild for about $1000 in parts alone ($500 more if the head is trashed). I rebuilt a buddy's 2002 YZ250F that siezed from lack of oil change maintenence. And it was $1660 in parts !!! Welcome to the ugly world of 4 stroke engine failure. 4 strokes are the best thing that happend to motocross,( until when they granade )
 

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Sweet thats the tool! Though it only lists it as 04 and 05 kx 250f not 2006 ??

I was watchn a utube vid on it and he was using a great big puller?

I got my parts list. And it is gonna cost a few buck, but worth it.
 
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