Should we bring em over?

22 replies to this topic
  • wrooster

Posted July 20, 2001 - 12:57 PM


but seriously, Boschk, do you have a compelling reason to want to combine the forums? i guess that i don't see it, and although there is of course overlap (e.g. the usual questions about seats&tanks, throttle stops, airbox lids, and so on), the two bikes have somewhat different applications. plus it's nice to visit someone else's house once in a while where you can tear up the back yard and then leave the mess for the 426 guys to clean up. :)

i guess it could go either way, but i never sat here and said to myself, "ya know, they should combine these two forums...". i vote (as if that's gonna make a diff) keep them separate.

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  • MakoMike

Posted July 20, 2001 - 01:36 PM


In the imortal word of OffSpring:
"Keep em' seperated!"

WR250F Stock but without baffle/ Tstop cut/ Gray Wire removed, and with a few cosmetic enhancments - dang trees.

  • WR_Jason

Posted July 20, 2001 - 06:58 PM


Ya know, We all got great info on the gray wire deal off them guys, and if there was not enough post on that side I would say, bring em in, but there really are alot of post on that side, I come here because of the model specific info, if I want to here more on less specific stuff, Ill slide over and check it out. I have ridden the WR 250 and the WR 400 and they ride like a YZ 125 and YZ 250. Two different bikes (thats why they make 2 different bikes? :)). Thats why we have (3) ? groups.
P.S. Tree vs bike , who cares, Tree vs rider, Take the Bike and we will Bark about it later!! :D .


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