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Dr D Graphics

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Ive been waiting to get a hold of DR D graphics for my bike.I like the way they look but I also love his products,so here is my 05' with new bars&plastic& graphics.ready to race for summer 07'.Tell me what you think.Russ HPIM1246.jpg

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I like those! I have the Yamaha Corporate graphics, but they're getting a little rough around the edges. The Dr. D's are very clean. Where'd you get 'em and how much?...SC

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I got the DR D graphics straight from Dubach Racing,I cant remember exactly off the top of my head the price but they were in line price wise as other kits.I just couldnt find any I liked.The DR D I had seen on some bikes in magazines and loved the look and the pipe is great sothat was my decision.They are great to deal with.I ordered on line & the next morning a rep called to verify year and model.Great service.The # plates&air box covers are Decal works pleased with them also.There was air box decals and fork guards also but I chose to leave the Yamaha. that stuff was thick,the rear fender was tough because of tail light.you can see this in pics in my garage.I just trimmed for the light.

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How are those Dr. D graphics holding up? I am looking at them for my 04 YZ250f. How bad is the annoying white to yellow thing with the tank graphics? Just thought you might have some insight after a couple of months of "testing."

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