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What bits are you suppose to get with your new WR450FS

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Can anybody tell me what you are suppose to get with a new 2004 WR450? I got the manual but no tools. When I got my new YZ426 it came with plug spanner, spoke spanner, spare exhaust and jets?

Basically the WR450 came with the manual in a wripped open plastic bag, just wondered what the dealer kept if anything?

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MY '02 WR426 came with no tools :/ Just a practice guide, service manual, and some catalogs/flyers. I keep every tool I need in a pack.

Hope this helps!

Eric

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Hey sox, my canadian spec one came with a plug spanner and spoke key, and a couple of spare jets, but thats it. I guess its better than nothing, but my mate's crf450 came with a spare piston!

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I was just getting ready to post this question, as I am picking up a new US spec '04 on Saturday. Can't wait, my first WR. :thumbsup:

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My 04'WR450F(S) Can spec came the same as 'mousemeat's' did. Repair manual in 4 languages, spoke wrench, plug wrench, spare jets and cable ties for securing cables and wires. All the extra stuff came in a box, with the bike.

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Make sure you get that plug wrench. IF you don't have one for the WR450 get back and get it. It comes with all bikes..

You will need it

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All I got was the manual (more useful than I originally thought it would be) and the spark plug tool.

Nothing else came with the bike, I asked the day I picked it up and they all asked around and everyone was 100% sure no other tools came with that bike.

I looked at it like this, must be a strong bike if it only ships with the plug tool.....he he he....

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I got 2 Manuals (service and operators), Spoke wrench, 4 jets (2 mains #165 #170, 2 pilots #40 #42-I think),and a plug wrench.

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I got 2 Manuals (service and operators), Spoke wrench, 4 jets (2 mains #165 #170, 2 pilots #40 #42-I think),and a plug wrench.

Ditto for my '04

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04 YZ450 came with a service manual, plug tool, spoke tool, and 2 main jets (#160 and 170).

TTr125 just the service manual.

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Just bought a new 04 WR450 and I got the manual, 2 jets, spoke wrench and a plug tool.

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3 jets, manual, spoke wrench, plug wrench, and the ever so helpful Yamaha Tips and Practice Guide for The Off Highway Motorcyclist. :thumbsup:

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Hey sox, my canadian spec one came with a plug spanner and spoke key, and a couple of spare jets, but thats it. I guess its better than nothing, but my mate's crf450 came with a spare piston!

I think last year some of the KTM's came with an extra set of tires!! :thumbsup: Yamaha needs to follow suit...or maybe the 03's like mine should have came with a couple of sheer keys. :devil:

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Thanks for all the feed back,as a result I have contacted the dealer and he is sending me some stuff down, let's see what arrives!

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Well I haven't gotten my bike yet but they gave me the packet of stuff today when I put a deposit on it.

my bag of "bits" includes the manual, spark plug wrench, spoke wrench, 3 jets (160 and 170MJ and a 40PJ) and the yamaha tips and practice guide.

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