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LT2/LT3 parts

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Is the carb and air cleaner the same for either an LT2 OR LT3 ???  Also what number is on the flange of an LT2 carb?
22 Jun 2022 08:48 #1

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Replied by yamahahaha on topic LT2/LT3 parts

Found my answer
22 Jun 2022 08:54 #2

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Replied by yamahahaha on topic LT2/LT3 parts

Can someone send a picture of the LT2 air cleaner???? I understand it is different than an LT3. Can someone tell me the difference??
22 Jun 2022 08:59 #3

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Replied by MarkT on topic LT2/LT3 parts

I remember them as slightly smaller than LT3.  Other than that I think they are interchangeable?

Someone will hopefully know.
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Replied by adguy2112 on topic LT2/LT3 parts

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22 Jun 2022 15:06 #5

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Replied by Sneezles61 on topic LT2/LT3 parts

All right… I’ll be the knucklehead… why is the front fender longer in front of the forks? I would rather try keep more mud off the engine… perhaps it just looks very cool? /:
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22 Jun 2022 15:27 #6

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Replied by adguy2112 on topic LT2/LT3 parts

Just posting for the air cleaner view (best view I have at this point). Since you ask, I finally got the low fender but the bike is stored five hours away at my mountain cabin. This was just a stop gap fender to use for a bit until I could locate the original and was the best fit I could find that didn't look too big for the size of the bike. I think it was for a late 80's early 90's model honda fit with the bracket from a '79 DT100. Years ago I had a similar UFO on this bike that worked OK. I'll bring the bike back home soon since it really needs a fresh top end and maybe some crank bearings and seals
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22 Jun 2022 15:42 #7

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Replied by Ht1kid on topic LT2/LT3 parts

The air cleaner looks and mounts like a Ht1 according to the diagram on partzilla could be the same except for the carb mounting joint could be larger
22 Jun 2022 17:37 #8

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