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98 OE enduro, I recently picked up a TTR250 but due to a change in circumstances I may not get the time to sort it out. I stands me at £1200 it has 12 months tax and Mot until December.

It needs the minimum of a Generator cover and probably a Sprag clutch etc, not been stripped yet.  


Here is the original ad; 1998 ' R ' REG YAMAHA TT-R 250 OPEN ENDURO. DIGITAL READOUT SPEEDO . WITHIN THE LAST YEAR IT HAS HAD NEW TYRES FRONT + REAR, NEW PADS , NEW SEALED YT7B-4 BATTERY, HANDGUARDS, AND GOLD CHAIN PLUS SPROCKETS . IT IS FITTED WITH STAINLESS FRONT PIPE AND SUPERTRAPP MUFFLER. THE BIKE SHOWS LITTLE WEAR FOR AN OFF-ROAD MACHINE, EVERYTHING IS STRAIGHT-FOOTPEGS, LEVERS, BRAKE PEDAL + GEAR LEVER, BARS, NO DINGS OR DENTS IN THE PETROL TANK AND SAME GOES FOR THE WHEEL RIMS, PLASTICS ALL GOOD, SEAT NO RIPS OR TEARS. IN SHORT, A REALLY NICE EXAMPLE OF A SOUGHT AFTER ENDURO ( OR GREEN-LANER ). (There actually is a small dent on the left hand side of the tank, hardly noticeable though)

Bike starts first time on a bump and seems to be sweet from what I can tell, though I am no expert.

Anyone fancy a project?? Offers in the region of £850 ONO

Bike in Cheshire

Images can be seen here  http://www.ukgser.com/forums/showthread.php?t=330012&highlight=ttr250

All serious offers considered.

Stuart  07973 796340

 

 



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Bike now gone to a new home, I am sure he will become an active board members. I have picked up a WR250 so am close to the brand still. Thanks for having me, and so long and thanks for all the fish! (I will be lurking on the periphery watching)

Cheers Stuart

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Thor1340 wrote:

Bike now gone to a new home, I am sure he will become an active board members. I have picked up a WR250 so am close to the brand still. Thanks for having me, and so long and thanks for all the fish! (I will be lurking on the periphery watching)

Cheers Stuart


WR250F or WR250R Stuart? 



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Hi sorry for the delay in replying, WR250F

Been out on the lanes twice so far with the NW TRF, great fun, suppose I now need to start a little in house maintenance.

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