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09 yz250 linkage vs 09 yz250f linkage

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does anyone happen to know how compatable the arm relay (the triangle portion) of the linkage is between the two bikes? parts fish just shows a slightly different number between to the two. i seem to have lost mine in the move from florida to AZ and i dont want to have to spend a ridiclous amount on one . i still have the "connecting rod" portion

09 yz250:  1C3-2217A-00-00

09 yz250f: 17D-2217A-00-00

 

i couldnt imagine that it would affect handling that much?

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1C3-2217A-00-00 also matches for a 2005+ YZ125

 

The prefix 1C3 usually denotes a late model YZ125 part.

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15 hours ago, mlatour said:

1C3-2217A-00-00 also matches for a 2005+ YZ125

 

The prefix 1C3 usually denotes a late model YZ125 part.

so i f the part numbers contain the middle numbers (2217A) they are an exact fit ?

i always get confused when cross referencing

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25 minutes ago, LEMMON1 said:

Im just curious if the 4 stroke has a different rate than the 2 stroke since there is a different part number for the same years?

Yes, it had a different swingarm too... 

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2 minutes ago, Monk said:

Yes, it had a different swingarm too... 

but replacing just the triangle portion going to make a significant difference?

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22 minutes ago, LEMMON1 said:

but replacing just the triangle portion going to make a significant difference?

If it's a different part, yes... Different rising rate which could make your suspension act horrible... Midstroke harshness, too soft, too stiff etc etc...

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7 hours ago, S.O.A.N.Z said:

so i f the part numbers contain the middle numbers (2217A) they are an exact fit ?

i always get confused when cross referencing

Yes, according to that thread anyway. I have always gone by this and it has worked so far.

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8 hours ago, LEMMON1 said:

Im just curious if the 4 stroke has a different rate than the 2 stroke since there is a different part number for the same years?

The first 3 digits of the part number only denotes what model bike it was made for. The middle 5 digits denote what part it is. They are both 2217A... so they are the same part. The last two 2 digits -00-00 are revision number and finish which do not make a difference for interchangeability most of the time.

This is only my knowledge from reading that old thread and trying a few parts from other bikes. As far as I'm aware it is correct.

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5 hours ago, EEE299 said:

The first 3 digits of the part number only denotes what model bike it was made for. The middle 5 digits denote what part it is. They are both 2217A... so they are the same part. The last two 2 digits -00-00 are revision number and finish which do not make a difference for interchangeability most of the time.

This is only my knowledge from reading that old thread and trying a few parts from other bikes. As far as I'm aware it is correct.

well if thats the case its worth a shot since i can get the 4 stroke version alot cheaper

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