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i just got this for $1200 needs some TLC, Fork seals, carb cleaning power washing, new chain and sprockets and a way to fix the lose kickstarter :ride:

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that was good!! a little worn, but should spruce up nice:ride: :ride:

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my Home made graphics i would rather spent the money right now on fork seals and other mechanical parts than appearance.. :ride:

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my Home made graphics i would rather spent the money right now on fork seals and other mechanical parts than appearance.. ;)

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very creative, nothing like a little cosmetics, to set the stage. the rest of the bling can come later. I'm sure you and the UPS or Fed-Ex man are gonna be close frieinds:eek: happy resurrecting:ride: :ride:

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Do you know how well the previous owner maintained it? I mention this as I had an '01 also, and there was a metalurgy thing (improper heat treating) with 3rd gear where the engagement dogs would break. I was real lazy in changing the tranny oil, which contributed to more wear and the blown 3rd gear cost me a $1500 rebuild.

So change the tranny oil often, and use an oil specifically for two stroke trannys. Yamalube Trans Oil Plus is a good oil. Has a chemical in it to help harden the gears:

http://www.yamaha-motor.com/sport/apparel/apscitemdetail/3/122/all/1/1579/detail.aspx

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