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TOPIC: Enduro 175 Restoration by High School

Enduro 175 Restoration by High School 10 Jan 2019 21:50 #61

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Yes. The grommets are a very common item on many of the Enduros, and they are still available from Yamaha, either your local dealer, or internet outlets like Partzilla.com. There are two pairs of them; part numbers are:
90480-14023-00
168-21638-00-00
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Enduro 175 Restoration by High School 10 Jan 2019 22:37 #62

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Enduro 175 Restoration by High School 11 Jan 2019 06:19 #63

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I din't know why, but I always forget about motodad....until it's time for me to buy something that I need from him! Good stuff, right prices! Is he the only source any more for the correct early white grommets??
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Enduro 175 Restoration by High School 11 Jan 2019 07:04 #64

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Thank you all, found the tail light grommets on e-bay, and with the links provided, I think I can find them all.
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Enduro 175 Restoration by High School 15 Jan 2019 17:14 #65

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Swingarm is on it's way. Check your PM for tracking info!
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Enduro 175 Restoration by High School 18 Jan 2019 19:15 #66

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Today we finished the front fender. Turned out very nice in my opinion. A BIG thank you to 1971DT250 who sent us the fender. No bondo was used. All dollied out and metal filed.
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Enduro 175 Restoration by High School 18 Jan 2019 20:05 #67

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Crowvet wrote: Today we finished the front fender. Turned out very nice in my opinion. A BIG thank you to 1971DT250 who sent us the fender. No bondo was used. All dollied out and metal filed.


What metal did you fill it with, old days use to be lead.

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Enduro 175 Restoration by High School 18 Jan 2019 20:15 #68

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mdscott wrote:

Crowvet wrote: Today we finished the front fender. Turned out very nice in my opinion. A BIG thank you to 1971DT250 who sent us the fender. No bondo was used. All dollied out and metal filed.


What metal did you fill it with, old days use to be lead.

We didn't fill, we filed the high spots with a metal file
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Enduro 175 Restoration by High School 26 Jan 2019 15:28 #69

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I have a question... Needing a headlight bucket. I notice a whole lot on ebay that look as if they would fit. Are all enduro buckets the same? I notice different numbering on them, but the 125's look as if they would fit this 175???

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Enduro 175 Restoration by High School 26 Jan 2019 15:46 #70

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125 has a smaller 12 volt headlight.

I'm still looking for a good headlight bucket for you in my parts which unfortunately aren't organized too well. I do have a 125 bucket but no headlight or ring to go with it. I only have a few more boxes to look through...
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