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Hello all,

            I have a slight problem that i'm hoping someone can help me with. I want to freight a TTR250 but am not sure the dimensions of it.

My other TTR250 is in peices so not much help cry 

If someone can measure the length & height of their ttr250 it would be most appreciated.

Cheers,

           Jarrah.



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Hi Jarrah,

 

My US bike on full knobbies, sitting on a concrete floor measures:

82" Long

50" High to the top of the throttle cable housing.

21" Wide, pegs tip to tip

Bars are wider of course, mine measure about 32" but I would think they would vary brand to brand.



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wouldn't the bike be partially stripped down to make a smaller package?

eg remove handlebars, wheels, front fender?

 

 



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See here for some advice.

Brian



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To be honest i'm not sure if the guy i'm buying it off even knows what a spanner is? Guess i could ask him to remove a few things but no Guarantees that he will know how.

Thanks for the measurements & the ideas.

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Jarrah.



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