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marv02

I need 1 spoke HELP

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I need 1 front spoke for my 2000 YZ426f just 1 I dont want to buy a complete set anyone out there have 1 for sale or can let me know where I can buy just 1 spoke.

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For others that need one or just a couple spokes you can buy 1here you go.

Link: http://www.buchananspokes.net/categories/spokes.asp

 

I know this is an older post but wanted to thank Marv for the link to Buchanan 's. I was looking for some help in replacing a broken spoke on my 98 yz400f and was having an extremely hard time finding a single. Moose actually emailed me back and said the hubs were different from 98 - 99 and they don't make them. None were found on eBay (well one but they said they were out of them). Anyway I called Buchanan's and they were awesome. I'd wager they had a spoke for just about anything you could imagine. Very helpful had the spoke and nipple I needed and are shipping it out ASAP. I am hoping that it will fit but the person i spoke with was dead confident it would. Will update when I get it. Hope this helps someone looking for a single for their 98 yz400F.

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... I called Buchanan 's and they were awesome. I'd wager they had a spoke for just about anything you could imagine.

 

 

They make their own from blanks.  Cut them to length and roll the threads on.  Done to order.

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Yes, Kawasaki spokes are the same length, bend, and thread as the Yamaha spokes. I have bought individual  OEM Kawi spokes when I needed to replace one or two on my Yamaha's in the past, works out great!

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