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XR650R Subframe? Anyone have an extra??

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Looking for a subframe for the XR650R. 2000-2005 should work. Let me know... Thanks!

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That's the problem I currently have. It's tweaked a little to the left so the tire is rubbing on the pipe especially when jumping anything. Could you PM me a pic of the subframe? I guess I can take a look and compare...

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They are all tweaked to the left a little. Just have a large friend hold the bike while you grab the subframe and yank on it.

That's how I straightened mine. :thumbsup:

PS: Make sure you use the correct size bolt and shim on that new White Bros. pipe your thinking of getting, or your wheel will hit it.(The bolt they used to supply was too short.)

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Yeah I know they are all just a bit off (my last one was off too) but this one is actually bent a lit bit more than normal so it is hitting pretty heavily on the pipe. Kind of hoping the WB pipe will be a bit skinnier so there won't be as much rub. I'm 6'7 250 nd so is a buddy of mine so I'll give the ol heave ho try like your suggesting. Thanks for the comments! :thumbsup:

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Adding a few washers and a slightly longer bolt at the rear muffler mount will provide extra space for the rear tire if the subframe wont straighten enough.

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Looking for a subframe for the XR650R. 2000-2005 should work. Let me know... Thanks!

I have a spare that i don't need in perfect condition, i had it polished so it looks trick, let me know if the good ol' pull doesn't work.. :thumbsup:

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