My TTR 125 Conversion

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?

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second pic shows the fork a little higher:

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The TTR is a great bike!:busted:

linky no go.....

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

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

thanks!:busted:

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

Nearly the same things are necessary like the yz forks.

The RM fork is fully adjustable.

When you say you lowered the rear shock, are you referring to the top mounting bracket?

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

-Kerry

Anyone have any pics of this?

Anyone have any pics of this?

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

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?

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

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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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