Best place to get old yammie parts?

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ran
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Best place to get old yammie parts?

Post by ran » Mon Oct 11, 2010 10:45 am

Hello all, have been searching, but not a great deal of luck so far... after some parts for my 1979 xs 250...any suggestions?

cheers

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Post by Bearcx » Mon Oct 11, 2010 6:32 pm

Try these guys in Adelaide.
http://www.yamaharetrospares.com/
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Post by ran » Mon Oct 11, 2010 8:57 pm

cheers mate

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Post by L&H » Mon Oct 11, 2010 9:45 pm

Hey ran,

Try "Yamwreck" is Ashwood.
Ph 03 98078376
This guy has a lot of stuff, especially the older bikes, but he loves to bend an ear so be prepared to have a chat.

Hope that helps.
L & H
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Post by ran » Mon Oct 11, 2010 10:20 pm

cheers L&H... i noticed in ur build you rebuilt your carbies... im after a carbie kit for my 79 xs 250 and inlet rubbers..did you get your carbie kit from Yamwreck?

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Post by L&H » Tue Oct 12, 2010 3:22 pm

Nah man,

I'm thinking the rebuilding of the carbs you're talking about was for my XS650, not the XS250.

Haven't got that far yet on the 2fiddy, but I'll ask my MMM ( Motorcycle Mechanic Mate) if and where he can source a couple of kits, and if he can, I'll let you know what the deal is.

I'll try and email you a couple of pic's of my scoot through your website address if that's cool.
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Re: Build

Post by ran » Tue Oct 12, 2010 10:44 pm

L&H wrote:Nah man,

I'm thinking the rebuilding of the carbs you're talking about was for my XS650, not the XS250.

Haven't got that far yet on the 2fiddy, but I'll ask my MMM ( Motorcycle Mechanic Mate) if and where he can source a couple of kits, and if he can, I'll let you know what the deal is.

I'll try and email you a couple of pic's of my scoot through your website address if that's cool.

cheers mate

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