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My TTR 125 Conversion

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Inspired by the TT forum I fixed a RM85 fork in my sons TTR.

The rear conversion to a YZ shok is not done jet. I only lowered the stock shock.

Anyhow I considere the biks rear to be a little too high, isnt it?

aa2.jpg

second pic shows the fork a little higher:

aa1.jpg

The TTR is a great bike!:busted:

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Try photo bucket for the pics, that link doesn't work.

thanks!:busted:

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Looks good. Are the forks/tripple clamps a direct bolt on?

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Nearly the same things are necessary like the yz forks.

The RM fork is fully adjustable.

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The most common method is to drill a mounting hole about 1" lower in the upper shock mount bracket.

-Kerry

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Anyone have any pics of this?

look at the pic : You see the stock hole above the drilledand used one!

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I did nothing to the rear of my daughters TTr, sits level with stock rear and yz85 forks .

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I think, it looks better with stock rear!

Is handling the same as stock or better or worse?

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I did nothing to the rear of my daughters TTr, sits level with stock rear and yz85 forks .

garage.php?do=viewattachment&attachmentid=54829

I notice your daughters forks are slid up in the clamps pretty far. I think this is good. You can run it like you are for shorter riders or slide the forks down and raise the rear up for taller riders.

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