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  • DTR Rear Wheel SVG

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  • DTR Front Wheel SVG

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  • SUMO 150 rear ???

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    CalumC

    @Vcelicka The handling on my DTR is fricken superb! I've had these tyres for ~10 years and they've been spot on. Uhhmm, I'd have to check but I'm not going into the garage now. I think it's 110 on the front. But again, I'm running different wheel/fork setup so the spacing is all different. Handles a dream though.

  • Suzuki dr125sm wheels?

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    @GiannisT I live on an island and I learned to do the repairs in everything my self,there are very few mechanics that know 2 strokes the right way for tuning,for stock factory repairs find one that service's enduro 2T bikers.
    An old timer mechanic is what you need.
    If you learn yourself everything you just need a machinery shop owner friendship. 🙂

  • Speedo drive no innards :(

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    @SpookDog Hi mate, its cool, many thanks for even trying to help, goes a long way and stuff like that makes for a great friendly forum. Theres no rush anyway for me to get hold of the parts, its a long term project anyway, plus my cbt expired in 2008, thats the last time i legally rode a 125! So nowhere near ready to ride yet lol. I'll keep a look out online for a complete item. Thanks and Merry Christmas.

  • Front sprocket change

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    Also, if it’s all gonna be replaced. Use as big a screwdriver as you can to go up through the chain, top and bottom. It should lock up the sprocket. Just make sure the screwdriver is tight against the bottom frame bar where the foot pegs are…
    It really shouldn’t be that tight though…

  • Missing a spoke. Does that matter much?

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    HOTSHOT IIIH

    @R3L3_89 I wouldn't want to say. Take a look at Yamaha France parts lookup, key in your VIN(s) and check the numbers, they have a lot of details even for Yamaha products not initially sold in France:

    https://www.yamaha-motor.eu/fr/fr/service-maintenance/parts-catalogue/

  • DT125X speedo drive dimensions?

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    @bird902

    Even if the width and diameter are the same there’s no guarantee that the inner gearing will be right, or even the proper drive teeth inside. Those cheap things off of eBay are total shite, even if they fit…

    IMO Original parts are the only way to go with parts like these…

    Is yours mendable? The teeth ring inside often gets bent and just needs straightening. That or used parts…
    If the Dtx is the same as a Dtr part you’re looking at about £40 second hand…

  • Kenda 21 x 90 90 tyres

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  • Front wheel knobbliest...

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    @Calum I’m running Michelin Anakee wild on my DT200 and as a road tire I’m really impressed. I haven’t been properly off road yet and agree if you can afford them another set of wheels with proper off road tires is the way to go.

  • 19” YZ wheel & Sprocket

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    Stevie WonderS

    As it happens I think I actually have a 15” sprocket in my garage, anyone know what size the sprocket bolt is?

  • YAMAHA DT125R SM build

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    NINJAN

    @jobloug See these threads bud;

    https://dt125r.co.uk/topic/189/brake-upgrades

    https://dt125r.co.uk/topic/2235/brake-discs-for-dt125x-compatibility-brands-and-references

  • Fitting tyres

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    NottsbikerN

    Take the valve core out if you are going to inflate to silly psi so that you can let it back down again quickly

  • New wheel needed. What wheel fits? DTR

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    From memory;

    DT200R 3ET - front and rear
    DT200WR or WR200 - rear only
    DT125RE - front and rear

    Personally I'd refurb my hubs and have SS spokes laced into alloy rims

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  • What rim size is the dtx/wrx supermoto rims?

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    @ninja lovely mate, thanks a ton!

  • WRX Wheels

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  • Is there a good dual sport tyre?

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    Stevie WonderS

    @SpookDog on the rear of my friends DT50 I have and I have to say I liked it. It’s a little expensive however they make a front and back that for once are the perfect, factory spec sizes, they have a really even curve between treat and nice contact patch.
    I think if you consider something like the Bridgestone Trailwing or the tradition Kenda ‘trail tire’ then Pirelli’s Mt21 seems like the natural step up. In my Opinion there’s not many tires that’ll actually hold up to the mark, especially when it comes to their 60/40-50/50 specifications.
    I genuinely would say it’s a true 60/40 tire that
    Much nicer chunky, spaced knobbies without sacrificing rolling resistance or fully committing to the drawbacks of a full off road knobbly tire.

    I’m looking to get a pair myself providing I don’t just go back to old school trail tires

  • WR 125X wheels

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    @H-W01 said in WR 125X wheels:

    Found a set of wr125x supermoto wheels from the 2009-2015 model was wondering if they would fit in the standard 2007 DT125RE forks?

    Easier job if you have the forks to match - this is how I did the DTR SM I once had but that was with DTX forks so I cant say if the WR ones are the same diameter as the RE ones you have to enable a straight swap

  • Knobbly tires

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    declanD

    @Stevie-Wonder your areas better than mine then