Parts on request

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Parts on request

Postby Janovich » Sun Nov 24, 2019 7:55 am

Bought this bike for parts for my own VTR, but It is unlikely I will use all of it of course. So feel free to make requests and I'll screw it loose for you.
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Not in the picture but also available:
-frontwheel
-gastank
-air filter
-seat
-fairings
-handle bars

engine has 18K miles on 'em according to the dashboard

So if you need anything, just drop it down in the thread and shoot me a pm where we handle the address and payment.


Parts already gone:

-rear blinkers
-left footstep
-front fork
-mirrors
-Cdi
-rear reflector

The little dog is not for sale :D
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Re: Parts on request

Postby Spoot5 » Wed Dec 04, 2019 11:03 pm

is that the left front peg (driver) that's sold? if so, dang it.

front side plastics in good shape? I can paint, so just in tact tabs and the rest not shagged up.
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Re: Parts on request

Postby Janovich » Sun Dec 08, 2019 2:59 pm

Spoot5 wrote:is that the left front peg (driver) that's sold? if so, dang it.

front side plastics in good shape? I can paint, so just in tact tabs and the rest not shagged up.



Yes front left peg is already gone when I picked it up.
The attachments points of the fairings are not in a particularly good shape. Especially the tabs on the inside are prone to break off on the vtr. I fixed mine up with a piece of copper plate bend to shape and the attached up high tack kit
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Re: Parts on request

Postby Kitmoss » Sat Mar 21, 2020 4:29 pm

Hello,
Do you still have the fuel tank?
Any holes in the tank?
What condition is the inside?
Finally, any pics?
Thanks,

I have been looking for a tank for one of my bikes, Andy
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Re: Parts on request

Postby Janovich » Sun Mar 22, 2020 10:52 am

Hey. I have coincidentally recently checked out the fuel tank. It was completely rusted on the inside so its on the pile of old metal now.
If you need a petcock I have one for you though.
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Re: Parts on request

Postby Barbie & Skipper » Sun Mar 22, 2020 11:32 am

Janovich wrote:Hey. I have coincidentally recently checked out the fuel tank. It was completely rusted on the inside so its on the pile of old metal now.
If you need a petcock I have one for you though.


If they are not rusted through and leaking, most of the time the rust can be removed.
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Re: Parts on request

Postby Kitmoss » Mon Mar 23, 2020 6:20 pm

No need for a petcock, thanks though

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Re: Parts on request

Postby spotthedogg » Sun Mar 29, 2020 4:43 pm

I cleaned up a very bad tank, it’s the one I use now. I also have a spare that is clean, I don’t know why I put so much effort into that rusty one...
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Re: Parts on request

Postby Murdo1 » Thu Apr 02, 2020 1:56 am

Ha ha. I've done similar using a cement mixer and old lounge cushions. :D
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