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TOPIC: 1976 DT250B blog in progress

1976 DT250B blog in progress 03 Dec 2018 04:22 #1

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Hi all, I have started a blog about this restoration, mostly photos and updates but including a video of appraisal of the bike as I got it.
Hope its useful to you.
Yamaha DT250B blog
Adam.
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1976 DT250B blog in progress 13 Feb 2019 05:43 #2

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Blog updated,
re-ground fork legs, new fork seals, taper roller head bearings.
wheels cleaned up, new tyres, powder coat frame, rolling chassis.
https://dt250.wordpress.com/

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1976 DT250B blog in progress 13 Feb 2019 11:03 #3

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That was a lucky find" , original, my 400 was layed up since 1992, but the engine cases were missing, ,,,did you get the small triangle bit for mounting the rear light to fender,? as these are obsolete , i found a N,O,S, one on ebay £60. .
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1976 DT250B blog in progress 14 Feb 2019 01:32 #4

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Yes, I have the whole UK style rear light assembly (same as fitted to the FS1-E etc) and original number plate. I now have the V5 in my name.

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1976 DT250B blog in progress 25 Mar 2019 05:46 #5

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Now running with dummy tank but with the exhaust properly fitted and a throttle cable. Still on pre-mix. Oil pump back from DEET soon.
DT250B test running

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1976 DT250B blog in progress 13 Aug 2019 09:30 #6

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Blog updated and with video of bike running!

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