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  1. 4 base nutz: 26 ft/lbs 6 head nutz: 21 ft/lbs Motion Pro Torque Wrench Adapter: https://www.motionpro.com/product/08-0134
  2. https://thumpertalk.com/forums/topic/1063162-dirtbike-scent/#comment-11278707
  3. The Stock carb is junk. Get a Mikuni VM24-512. Talk to John at http://www.sudco.com/ http://www.thumpertalk.com/topic/746915-ttr125-mikuni-vm24-carburetor-it-works/
  4. one of Fryboy's awesome pics:
  5. 1st tip: Put a steel 24" carpenter's square up against the rotor, then measure the offset to the edge of the rim, repeat on the sprocket side. 2nd tip: Write this info down, and keep it handy for whenever you get to re-lacing the new wheel. (If you want the wheel to be centered in the same place.) 3rd tip: Take off enough spokes by hand to know which go where, usually shorter ones are on the outer holes of the hub. (Some lacing patterns have three different length spokes.) Last tip: Take pics of the spoke pattern before you take it all apart.. Good luck!
  6. Sure, you can put a manual clutch on a KLX110. I've got one if you're interested. It's commonly known as a "Modenas" clutch, usually sold as rebranded by whoever... The Takegawa is the nicest clutch though, uses a geared actuator instead of the flat friction rod. A lot more expensive for the Tak, but it's sooo smooth... I don't know about turning a 110L into an auto. Check at planetminis.com KLX110 Manual Clutch Kit Takegawa Clutch Kit
  7. 22x42x12 bearing 22x42x12 seals https://www.123bearing.com/
  8. 2005 Rear Hub bearings: Pivotworks ZWBE-011 & ZWBE-012 ZWBE-011 - 22 x 44 x 12 60/22 2RS (Rotor Side) ZWBE-012 - 22 x 50 x 14 62/22 (Sprocket Side) ___________________________________________________ 1998 Rear Hub bearings: (uses three; all same size)(two on the sprocket side) Pivotworks ZWBE-008 ZWBE-008 - 20 x 42 x 12 6004-RS ___________________________________________________ Sooo, it looks like you'll need three bearings this size: 22mm x 42mm x 12mm I guess you'll have to get '98 seals and trim them to fit.. Don't know how well that'll work.. Or see if you can find seals that are 42mm O.D. & 22mm I.D. Good luck, nice looking bike BtW.. I hope this is helpful.
  9. Mikuni VM24-512. Talk to John at http://www.sudco.com/ http://www.thumpertalk.com/topic/746915-ttr125-mikuni-vm24-carburetor-it-works/
  10. Stress no more... I'm like 50 for 50 now with these things. No scratches, no pinched tubes... not one out of fifty! I love em'! You can't leverage them quite as much as steel irons, they can break if you overdo it. If you're having to put that much leverage into it then you're doing it wrong anyway. But I can pound them sideways with a mallet all day to get those really stubborn beads to drop, and not worry about tearing the rim all to hell. http://www.stubbytiretools.com/main.sc
  11. It'll work til' it don't....
  12. Service manual: http://www.yamahaownershandbook.com.au/index.php http://www.yamahaownershandbook.com.au/lib/download.php?f=1B2-F8199-83.pdf
  13. It's right there ON the page.... lol... http://www.bajanopinch.com/