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Old 11-02-2014, 04:49 AM
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Hello all,

Just picked up a Wilderness 250 and after reading the drive issue, looks to be a common problem. Tomorrow, I am going to try and get the gear cover off and see what's there, but have a feeling I will be mirroring the exploding case. The quad is almost complete, just missing the front brake handle assembly and air filter housing.

I did find this link to the parts list with numbers, but leary on the actual site since I already heard nightmares on partsyahoo.

QJ WD 250

Here are a bunch of pics of her. I took some close up shots on the cracks, which is where I plan to investigate first. Gear shift lever does not move. Ford Logo removed after pics were taken









































 
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Old 11-02-2014, 05:32 PM
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Disassembly begins. Got both inner and outer gearcase broken. All gears still look good.























 
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Old 11-02-2014, 06:44 PM
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My Parts needs:

1) Gear Case Cover WD250-905

2) Gear Case Inner WD250-903

3) Carburetor Rebuild Kit

4) Plastic piece that holds the gear lights
 
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Old 11-02-2014, 08:48 PM
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Removed the carb and opened up the bowl. Lot's of gunk and what seemed to be melted o-ring. I need to rebuild it. Anywhere I can get the carb rebuild kit?

FYI, been posting and it's been real quiet here. Did I post to the wrong forum or something?



















 
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Old 11-03-2014, 11:34 AM
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Originally Posted by MPDano View Post
Removed the carb and opened up the bowl. Lot's of gunk and what seemed to be melted o-ring. I need to rebuild it. Anywhere I can get the carb rebuild kit?

FYI, been posting and it's been real quiet here. Did I post to the wrong forum or something?

It may be easier to buy a whole new carb.. The Chinese dont usually break down part assys like the Japanese do..

It was Sunday.. it rained in Ca.. I was riding.. not sure where everyone else was.
 
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Originally Posted by mywifesquad View Post
It may be easier to buy a whole new carb.. The Chinese dont usually break down part assys like the Japanese do..

It was Sunday.. it rained in Ca.. I was riding.. not sure where everyone else was.
I actually bought a Beartracker rebuild kit, I really just needed the bowl o-ring. I'll post up the part number if it fits. I may use some of the other jets if they fit and maybe the float valve. We'll see. Where in Cali are you?
 
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Took apart the gearcase methodically, just so I don't miss anything. Not real hard to dissemble. My cases on the other hand look unrepairable. I was hoping to get the local aluminum welder to patch it up. I'm gonna clean it up a bit and see if the puzzle pieces fit.

































































 
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Old 11-05-2014, 08:51 AM
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Removed the Seals and Bearings. 250 degrees in oven for the bearings, after 10 mins one dropped out, after 20, the smaller one I used a small pick and it pulled right out.









 
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I actually bought a Beartracker rebuild kit, I really just needed the bowl o-ring. I'll post up the part number if it fits. I may use some of the other jets if they fit and maybe the float valve. We'll see. Where in Cali are you?
Cool.. hope it works and yes if it does let us know..

Central Ca. 30 miles west of Modesto.
 
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Originally Posted by mywifesquad View Post
Cool.. hope it works and yes if it does let us know..

Central Ca. 30 miles west of Modesto.
Nope, no worko. eBay lister ended up posting pics of a generic carb kit and "not" the actual item. Bowl o-ring is a paper gasket. Then wants me to give up 20% for restocking on unopen item. Ughh, Terrible seller.



 

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