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Tsk350

Clarke tank, What seat do I need?

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Hi I was wondering what seat to put on my 2003 WR450 with a Clarke Tank? Do I use a YZ seat or can I usr my stocker?

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I think I depends on if you order a yz or wr tank :applause: If you get a yz tank (which I recommend) you WILL need a new seat. :D

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Hi I was wondering what seat to put on my 2003 WR450 with a Clarke Tank? Do I use a YZ seat or can I usr my stocker?

Doesn't the tank have two different threaded holes for the seat stud?

I just bought a Clarke for my 04WR/05YZ Hannah conversion, and it has two places to mount the seat post.

If you want to make sure, call Clarke-good people. :applause:

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Is the seat stud the only difference? Or are the two seats different angles? :applause:

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I think I depends on if you order a yz or wr tank :applause: If you get a yz tank (which I recommend) you WILL need a new seat. :D

They list there tank as one in the same YZ/WR 450 03/05. So im confused.

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Is the seat stud the only difference? Or are the two seats different angles? :applause:

I do think the physical attributes of the two seats are different. I bought an all black SDG YZF seat for my project, and it does look different. The YZ seat goes further up (longer) on the tank.

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