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I am selling some parts from my 1996 XR600R. Everything was removed from a running bike and is good usable condition. Wasn't able to upload all of the photos, so just message me if you'd like to see anything specific. All prices are OBO+shipping
Supermoto wheels $500
Full FMF exhaust $300 *Sale Pending*
HyperCo 600 lb/in spring $50
Factory Wheels $350
Oversized Clarke tank $150
Acerbis supermoto fender $10
Baja Designs headlight $55
Aluminum rotor and rear caliper guard $30 *Sale Pending*
Stock seat w/ gripper cover (no rips or tears) $100
Stock side number plates (some scratches) $40
Brand new Works Connection frame guards $65
Right side WC frame guard $20
K&N air filter $25
Black mudflap $10
I've been having some issues with with my 2000 yz125, first problem i need a new clutch basket and plates and was wondering what years share the same style of plates and basket. Next, i had the bike out a few times and its been ridden hard going through gears and high rpms but its running really rich. Its blowing oil out the tailpipe all over the back tire and swingarm. I mix the fuel at 32:1 and am not sure what the problem is?
Feeling the need to make my DRZ400sm more dirt worthy. I still need to commute, errand, adv, general everyday use. Was strongly considering going to a 2.5" (max) wide 19" front rim for better dirt-worthy steering especially in sandy situations. Currently on Shinko 705's and OE 17's. The rear is fine, the front is not. I have bicycle wheel building background so I was going to rebuild a 19" rim to the OE hub with new spokes and nipples.
Does anyone here have any experience on any bike with a 19/17 combo? Love to hear.
Can you really use a rear 19" mx wheel and re-lace it to the front hub?
Slightly used set of DNA Racing supermoto wheels with a set of Continental Tires mounted on them. Removed from a 2017 Husqvarna FC 450. Will work with KTM's as well.
Front: J17 x MT3.50
Rear: J17 x MT4.25
Tires are in great condition. Rims are straight with no flat spots or issues.
Located just north of Houston, Texas. Can ship.
Hello all, I just recently bought a 1999 Husqvarna WR250, It has some problem with the clutch, so its got a new clutch cable which i have no issues with, but when I start the bike and put it into 1st it will stall unless im giving it some gas, as soon as I am riding and stop giving it gas even with clutch pulled in it will die unless im in 'N', and sometimes not every time but pretty often when i go into first and give it some gas again with the clutch lever pulled in I will roll forward. So im pretty new to dirt bikes and such, but i've read up online and some people it say a plate in the clutch area can get chewed up and it won't disengage properly, some say i need a new clutch, or an adjustment somewhere else, so finally my questions
-Is there an adjustment not related to the clutch cable that i can try to make?
-parts for my bike seem few and far between is there a bike out there that has the same clutch so if i need new plates and such i can get them from another bike?
Seriously thanks for any help, looking forward to fixing this and really enjoying some dirt biking!! Thanks.