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kreed5821

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Looks that way. Least it's a yammy. Even if it is missing two wheels...lol

I can't say much, I used to have a yz250 long ago.
 

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here it is with the TT setup, the guy is taking off the swaybar, front shocks, front a-arms, and tires and wheels, and giving me a set of houser long travel a-arms, so i will need tires and wheels, and front lt shocks, but for the deal i am getting i dont mind at all

 

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Is that chassis mostly a drag design??? Know you probably haven't ridden it yet with only two wheels, but seems like that's the case when there isn't a linkage. A aftermarket frame is definately tits compared to the OEM crap, wish I had one for the warrior when I hit that tree, it would of saved me $700.
 

yfm350rider14

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bad choise the traniesi n them are bad go to z400 central and dancap he was goign to buy it dam if i were you back out
 

xrxmxcx

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thats the thing, your not me....

with good maintenence they are perfectly fine. and if it requires fixing, then i dont not mind seeing as though we can do all the labor ourselves
 
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