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Author Topic: Can I mod a 02-03 Clark KX125/250 oversize tank and fit on 91 KX125? 4Hybrid!  (Read 2110 times)
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« on: October 17, 2017, 05:44:31 PM »

I found a great deal on an 02-03 Clark tank that is modified for a  KX125/KDX200 hybrid. Only problem is I have a 91 KX125 chassis and 1990 KDX200 motor I'm buil;ding into a hybrid. Seller's Tank has been modified to clear the coolant bleed port on KDX 200 220 cylinder head when the KDX engine is fitted to 2003 KX 125 chassis. The seller's Hybrid build never completed, so tank is new.

Here I am with an older build and need the oversize tank. I'm a KDX guy getting into the KX scene and am not familiar with the differences in the tanks and frames.
Any insight or direction of someone who could fill me in would be appreciated.
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