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Question Yamaha enduro sightings

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Replied by mdscott on topic Yamaha enduro sightings

Thanks Mark
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27 Oct 2021 18:46 #22

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Replied by darinm on topic Yamaha enduro sightings

Not a Yamaha, but you don't see a lot of the Can-Ams out there, a '75 TNT 175 for $1800 and it looks quite complete. Seems like MarkT should get it as the 175cc guru!

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30 Oct 2021 11:31 #23

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Replied by BubbaSendsIt on topic Yamaha enduro sightings

1972 Yamaha DT2 250
2022 Yamaha XT 250
1965 Ducati Monza 250 (legacy project not running yet)
1966 Ducati Monza 250 (legacy project not running yet)
250 singles are my jam!
30 Oct 2021 15:41 #24

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Replied by ChipsDT250 on topic Yamaha enduro sightings

 I got her! She’s safe and sound and will be back on road/trails here next season after some TLC this winter! 

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02 Nov 2021 20:46 #25

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Replied by Lizeec on topic Yamaha enduro sightings

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Replied by adguy2112 on topic Yamaha enduro sightings

Seems there’s more here than mini bikes. Read further down...RT-1 and DT250 motors. I like this posting...these people have personality. 
03 Nov 2021 06:00 #27

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Replied by BubbaSendsIt on topic Yamaha enduro sightings

@chips! Most of my posts to the forum are Enduro Sightings but I don't think any members have actually bought a bike I posted that I was aware of until you. It was all worth it now! Happy riding and I hope you post some pics this spring of her looks fresh!
1972 Yamaha DT2 250
2022 Yamaha XT 250
1965 Ducati Monza 250 (legacy project not running yet)
1966 Ducati Monza 250 (legacy project not running yet)
250 singles are my jam!
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03 Nov 2021 13:33 #28

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Replied by ChipsDT250 on topic Yamaha enduro sightings

@bubbasendsit thanks! I will for sure! I actually joined this site awhile ago and found the ad via FB cause I’m localish then got more active on this great site the past couple days so it was funny to see you posted it up and stumble upon that after I’d bought it! 
03 Nov 2021 13:36 #29

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Replied by Lizeec on topic Yamaha enduro sightings

I sometimes wonder if it's just me or if others get excited when there are new posts on this thread of
"Yamaha Enduro Sightings" I can't wait to open the thread and see what's available for sale, and
especially if it's a bike model I am particular to and even better if it's close by, most of the good bikes
seem to be in California, I'm on the other coast, then I tell myself I will sell one of my other projects that are in worse shape and need more work (that never happens) I can't even find time to work on the bikes I already have. Then I immediately start to figure in shipping costs, I've paid more in shipping than I did for the bike on some occasions. Bottom line is I have bought 4 bikes off of “Yamaha Enduro Sightings” so a BIG Thank You to the members that take their time to post their findings.
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