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Can anyone confirm if front fender, fork covers, front plate from a 2016 YZ125 will fit a 2013 2050. Not changing the rad scoops or air box. Only the front plastics. Thanks

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It's easy to cross-reference Yamaha parts between years...

 

Fork guards:

http://www.partzilla.com/parts/detail/yamaha/YP-17D-2315J-50-00.html

http://www.partzilla.com/parts/detail/yamaha/YP-17D-2315H-50-00.html

 

Front fender:

2016 -- http://www.yamahapartsnation.com/oemparts/p/yamaha/17d-21511-50-00/fender-front

2013 -- http://www.yamahapartsnation.com/oemparts/a/yam/5073370df8700218e05b90a5/fender

Like Tankslap said, two holes will need to be drilled in the 2016 fender to fit the 2013 lower triple clamp.

 

Front number plate:

http://www.partzilla.com/parts/detail/yamaha/YP-17D-23485-50-00.html

 

 

 

Edited by CaptDan
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The OEM bolt pattern changed when they went to the new style front fender to match the 4 strokes' pattern (consolidating the part number for the fender).  If you buy a "restyled" front fender rather than OEM, often times they come without holes and a paper template you can use to drill the pattern that fits your bike.  This is how my Rtech front fender came for my 06 YZ125.

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Just about any fender will fit if you drill new holes and use large washers on the M6 bolts.

The edgy look doesn't do it for me, on any bike. Especially in orange.

I have 2011 450F triples (for the 22mm offset) and I have to drill holes to make old type fenders fit the new type bolt pattern in the triples.

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7 hours ago, numroe said:

The edgy look doesn't do it for me, on any bike.

I had this same sentiment for a long time.  Sitting on new YZs at the dealership, I had a hard time looking down on that front fender.  But after I got my 16 YZ250, after a few months I eventually got used to it, and then looking down on my older fender on the YZ125 seemed off.  That's when I went and retrofitted the 125 with the Rtech kit.

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