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Looking for pics of your 2006 YZ450F

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I would love to see you scooters ,I am looking for some cool desktop backgrounds ,thanks :thumbsup:

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they look good :thumbsup: hey Baron how does it compare to the crf450 in the pic ? that what I am riding now

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I would still like to get a few things for it, but I love this bike...best of all, I paid cash for it. If you would like them in a bigger size for you're desktop, just let me know.

-Mike

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I'll be getting an 06 450 on sunday! Im trading my 04 yz250f and some cash for it. Can't wait to get it!. I'll post pics soon. :thumbsup:

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Here are some of mine in action at the Lake County Supercross. The graphics are stock and well worn, but somehow I think the rider makes the bike look good anyway! :thumbsup:

http://www.rcscoringpro.com/photos/fairsx/DSC_2833

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http://www.rcscoringpro.com/photos/fairsx/DSC_2797

http://www.rcscoringpro.com/photos/fairsx/DSC_2843

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JP Industries did them for a Photo Shoot they are doing for a calendar they are putting together.

That set is a set of stock wheels that are polished and anodized Blue with a hub that is Powder coated after polishing, the spokes are cadmium plated with excel spline drive nipples.

I am not sure what they would charge to recreate them I'll ask him then PM you.

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