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Anyone know if rad hoses off a 14 yz250f will fit on my yz450f

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Have a oportunity to buy some moto hoses for cheep anyone know if they are interchangeable and will fit? Thanks

Both bikes are 2014

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Very unlikely.  Both the upper and lower  hoses are considerably different. 

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I was hoping they would be somewhat similar sence the bikes are almost the same . I looked at the oem part numbers and the only thing that is different is the first 3 letters of the PN the rest is the same..

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I looked at the oem part numbers and the only thing that is different is the first 3 letters of the PN the rest is the same..

 

That again.

 

Yamaha uses a "basic number" parts system.  The first three characters are the model the part was originally issued for.  5TA was the '03 YZ450, 2S2, the '06, 33D, the '10, and 1SL is the '14, as an example.  The trailing four characters, normally "00-00", are modifiers that indicate revisions, alternate sizes for things like jets or springs, stuff like that.

 

The second 5 characters are the basic number.  12180 is an exhaust cam, 16371 is a clutch boss.  For every model.  Only the numbers that precede or follow it mean anything, really.  A 1SL-11400-00-00 only differs by two numbers from a 1RC-11400-00-00, but one is a crankshaft for your bike, and the other is a crankshaft for an 850cc FZ-09 3 cylinder.

 

See the problem?

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That again.

Yamaha uses a "basic number" parts system. The first three characters are the model the part was originally issued for. 5TA was the '03 YZ450, 2S2, the '06, 33D, the '10, and 1SL is the '14, as an example. The trailing four characters, normally "00-00", are modifiers that indicate revisions, alternate sizes for things like jets or springs, stuff like that.

The second 5 characters are the basic number. 12180 is an exhaust cam, 16371 is a clutch boss. For every model. Only the numbers that precede or follow it mean anything, really. A 1SL-11400-00-00 only differs by two numbers from a 1RC-11400-00-00, but one is a crankshaft for your bike, and the other is a crankshaft for an 850cc FZ-09 3 cylinder.

See the problem?

yep! I figure you would be able to clarify thanks man!

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