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Hp


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Just a quick question really.

 Are all ttr250 using the same front sprocket design, I am aware my open enduro is a import as its a 1993 in the UK so doesn't show up when doing a UK part search.

So if I just type 1999 in the parts search all bits should fit my bike? (not petrol tanks of course)



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Hp wrote:

So if I just type 1999 in the parts search all bits should fit my bike? 


 Mostly but if you are unsure just ask!

A fiche for a 1999 TTR can be found here - http://www.megazip.ru/ru/bike/yamaha/view/1086/15484/193250

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Cheers for that, just sending my self cross eyed now

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Hp wrote:

 

So if I just type 1999 in the parts search all bits should fit my bike? (not petrol tanks of course)


 If you want to know more and are cross-eyed enough now, SEE HERE.

Oh, the sprockets are the same for all models (front and rear).

Enjoy!

Jarrah

 



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TT-R250M wrote:

 

Hp wrote:

 

So if I just type 1999 in the parts search all bits should fit my bike? (not petrol tanks of course)


 If you want to know more and are cross-eyed enough now, SEE HERE.

Oh, the sprockets are the same for all models (front and rear).

Enjoy!

Jarrah

 

Thanks for that Jarrah sprocket ordered and eyes well and truly crossed, but result thank you ALL smile

 


 



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No problems hp

I probably should revise that for RAID owners. The TTR250 RAID runs 420 chain and sprocket, whereas all other TTR250 models use a 520 chain and sprockets.

Jarrah



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