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Odometer

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Does anyone have an odometer off of a late model WR that they would sell? Mine seems to have lost a screw that holds the stem in. Thanks. PG

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Yes

It's from my 2002 426 wr. I replaced the unit with an endurance computer. I also have the cable. I rode around 600 km before making the change. Send me a pm if you are interested.

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I might sell mine off my WR450, it had around 50 miles on it when I removed it. What are complete units selling for???

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Dirtman.......highly subjective on my part. But do yourself a favor and get a TrailTech. Much lighter and a lot more features. :)

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Ditto on the Trailtech. I have a brand new stock 450 odometer for you, but its km/hr (Canadian). If you are a laboratory scientist by trade, physicist, etc, maybe you think in metric. If so, its yours. :):D :D

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Thanks for all the posts. I actually super glued the stem back on and it seems to be holding for now. I only use it for a reference and not in competition so any replcement would do. Thanks again, PG

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What do you guys use to fill the space left on the shaft when the original odometer is removed?

I tried a YZ426 spacer :) but I'm not sure if it's well fitted with the hub because of the male part of the odometer ( the two teeth) that exceeds from the hub...

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I just put a rubber plug over the odo drive unit cable connector. Seems to work fine, its been on there for 3 years.

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> I tried a YZ426 spacer but I'm not sure if it's well fitted with the hub because of the male part of the odometer ( the two teeth) that exceeds from the hub...

Been using this method for over two years now - this is definitely the way to go if you don't plan to put the thing back on. Those two teeth are only thetre to drive the odometer gears - nothing wrong with them.

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For my WR450, I went to a plumbing supply store here in Calif. and found a copper plumbing cap that screwed right on the thread. Don't know the exact size, but I think it was about 3/8".

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