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I’m new to the site and not sure entirely if I’m doing this right?

I recently bought a ttr250, and need a metal bash plate for it, does anyone know one that would fit and work nicely? 



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I'm in Australia and these offer great protection and fit perfectly

https://bboffroad.com.au/shop-by-product/bash-plates?cat=180&gclid=Cj0KCQjwjIKYBhC6ARIsAGEds-LlC2BGeV-Q1-p-1y2BkN1MUEESveb6OdmdRIuwws6v9bEb45yBM-0aAvwTEALw_wcB&modd=569



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Yea B and B do a quality bash plate. And racks etc

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+1 for B&B Offroad.

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In the Riverina.

'73 RD250, '76 RD400, '80 XS1100, '81 RD373LC, '96 Tiger 900/sidecar, '02 TTR250, and another XS11 - this time a chain drive Period 5 race bike that may be ready to race in early '22, or '23??

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