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09 Aug 2017 03:29
jojobrit
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Hello again I am slowly restoring my 1973 DT 250. I need sources for NOS parts if possible. I need a fuel tank strap, new oil cap for the 2 cycle oil tank and a new gas cap seal or cap. Also the Torque Induction decal is missing form the 2 cycle oil tank. I have looked on Ebay but I have not seen anything.

Thank you,
Joe

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09 Aug 2017 04:53
Makotosun
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KDI Reproductions has a lot of the rubber parts, including your Tank Strap which is probably not available NOS. I think their gas cap seal kit may work for your application as well.

www.kdirepros.com/Fuel-Tank-Strap-p/248-24173-00-00.htm

www.kdirepros.com/3-Piece-Gas-Cap-Rebuild-Kit-p/gc.htm

The oil tank cap is a current part with Yamaha: www.partzilla.com/parts/detail/yamaha/YP-214-21771-00-00.html

The torque induction badge is available as a repop from: www.badgereplicas.com.au/badges_yamaha.htm - scroll down a bit to find it.

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11 Aug 2017 13:41
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That's called serious help.. !
That's why this is the best site out there!... Mako's response even answered some ??? for me!!

I am Soonerbillz... I love bikes!!
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11 Aug 2017 17:10
jojobrit
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Thank you to all without a doubt the best site out there a lot of help for those of us who still love the bikes we had when we where kids or young adults.
I will never part with my 1973 DT250 it took along time to find one and slowly restoring it is a love of passion.


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12 Aug 2017 16:26
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you guys are right. this site is a life saver. i would like to make a donation

any ideas which button i push?
bob noffs
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13 Aug 2017 10:06
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Bob9 wrote: you guys are right. this site is a life saver. i would like to make a donation

any ideas which button i push?
bob noffs


graphic in the right hand column . . . or: yamaha-enduros.com/index.php/community/d...ite-maintenance-fund

Thanks in advance!

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