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Those Blackbird graphics are sweet man, wish i could get a set for mine 👍

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Here's my murdered 98' YZ250 with the UFO 2011 YZF450 front fender & number plate.

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Work in progress... but heres what is going to be an all black Yami 03 450f that I just picked up for $800.

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Tank is in the bucket right now being dyed. Seat cover is now on the seat! Just gotta find a good looking set of graphics to throw on it.

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Here's my murdered 98' YZ250 with the UFO 2011 YZF450 front fender & number plate.

2011%5C09%5C11%5Cbikepics-2270934-full.jpg

2011%5C09%5C11%5Cbikepics-2270937-full.jpg

2011%5C09%5C11%5Cbikepics-2270939-full.jpg

What did you have to do to mount the 2011 front fender? Did you have to drill new holes or wollow out the exisiting holes and use wider washers?

Thanks

MAX!!!

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Check the 05 in my garage. After those pictures I put black excels on, powder coated the frame, sub frame, and frame guards. It looked so sick, not any more though, she's not a "show" bike 👍

MAX!!!

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I measured twice, drilled new holes, and used shouldered washers so they won't wallow out the new holes, since they are really close to the existing pre-drilled holes for the 11'.

The number plate is actually slid underneath the triple tree mount holes, with zip ties holding for now, until I figure out something better. Works fine though, I'll probably leave it like that.

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I measured twice, drilled new holes, and used shouldered washers so they won't wallow out the new holes, since they are really close to the existing pre-drilled holes for the 11'.

The number plate is actually slid underneath the triple tree mount holes, with zip ties holding for now, until I figure out something better. Works fine though, I'll probably leave it like that.

Thats exactly how mine is mounted. The zip ties actually hold things together very nicely. Im not changing mine either.

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