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Finally got the bike outta the basement and ready to ride. Pretty much stock except for a few small things... its winter here in canada so for 4 months i was cleanin and gettin my bike ready,let me kno wut u think!

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You should try riding it sometime. It's way more fun than just looking at.

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LOL a chain and a front brake. I just need to cut my chain to proper length and put on my new front brake pads and im good to go. I live in Canada so there is snow on the ground but for march break me and a few buddies are heading down to Georgia to do some riding! cant wait.

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IM with ya man I got like 3 feet of snow outside and its -25 degrees celcius so no riding, but i got a sled :applause:

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Dont go to georgia man, come to alabama! In north central alabama there are 4 tracks that are all within 30 minutes drive of each other. Then there is monster mountain and millcreek further south.

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Where did you get the acerbis covers on your forks? And what are they called? I looked on their website and didn't see them..

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that is a sick bike, but dirtbikes are made for ridding not staring at

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That is why you need to move to the West Coast... ha ha been riding all winter!

Nice bike though! happy trails!

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The bike has more then 70 hours on it(1 season) but now its winter and theres shitloads of snow so i had it all apart and cleaned it up. The fork protectors are called fork gaitors, but i also couldnt find them on the site. I got them from my local shop and he ordered it right out of te catalogue. They also make long ones that cover the whole fork tube but i thought i would try the sort ones out because i was goin through fork seals like crazy. Thanks for the comments.

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The bike has more then 70 hours on it(1 season) but now its winter and theres shitloads of snow so i had it all apart and cleaned it up. The fork protectors are called fork gaitors, but i also couldnt find them on the site. I got them from my local shop and he ordered it right out of te catalogue. They also make long ones that cover the whole fork tube but i thought i would try the sort ones out because i was goin through fork seals like crazy. Thanks for the comments.

Wow... that's hard to believe. 70 hours and that clean, huh?

According to my hour meter, I have 70 hours on my YZ450F, and it is in no way as clean as your bike. You should come out to Cali and show me how to detail a bike.:applause:

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