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can someone tell me where I can buy a set?

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 aprilia, honda, beta, fantic, montesa, armstrong, gas gas. yamaha, there are many more..

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2 hours ago, lineaway said:

 aprilia, honda, beta, fantic, montesa, armstrong, gas gas. yamaha, there are many more..

thank you that help's 

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Have you tried your local Yamaha dealer? They may be the same as some other model. Failing that, is there a US version of Yambits? Other than that Cambs Trials Centre in UK

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20 hours ago, littel said:

thank you that help's 

 You posted in a general thread. Not any particular brand. Confused much. You might indicate what you are looking for, like a brand or model.

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18 hours ago, lineaway said:

 You posted in a general thread. Not any particular brand. Confused much. You might indicate what you are looking for, like a brand or model.

Theres not that many types of monoshock yamaha ty250s. All of which we can get from his post and his bike. Great way to help a newcomer to the forums

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 And so why have you not helped him? Besides 250 ty`s in the states are twin shocks, we only got TY350 mono`s.

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On 6/28/2020 at 3:45 PM, littel said:

can someone tell me where I can buy a set?

 Actually you will have more luck finding caps off an XT 350 any year. Just so happens I worked quite a few years in a Yamaha shop.

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On 7/1/2020 at 12:29 AM, faussy said:

Theres not that many types of monoshock yamaha ty250s. All of which we can get from his post and his bike. Great way to help a newcomer to the forums

No word or mention of Yamaha in the OP's post.

If he had put the opening post in the Yamaha forum we all would have understood.

On 6/30/2020 at 6:15 AM, lineaway said:

 You posted in a general thread. Not any particular brand. Confused much. You might indicate what you are looking for, like a brand or model.

Exactly.

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1 hour ago, thai-ty said:

No word or mention of Yamaha in the OP's post.

If he had put the opening post in the Yamaha forum we all would have understood.

He posted in a aircooled monoshocks page and underneath his profile pic it clearly states he has a yamaha ty250. Doesnt take sherlock to work out what hes after. Hes new, cut the guy some slack

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4 hours ago, faussy said:

He posted in a aircooled monoshocks page and underneath his profile pic it clearly states he has a yamaha ty250. Doesnt take sherlock to work out what hes after. Hes new, cut the guy some slack

Your mellowing ! 

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21 hours ago, b40rt said:

Your mellowing ! 

Want to join me in my transition? :p

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Anyway, hello and welcome to you littel. Whats wrong with the TY250 Monoshock fork caps. If they are a bit chewed due to socket/spanner slippage etc they can be gently filed back to shape....how is your metal working skills. Here in the UK there are a few good suppliers of TY spares and accessories, good old Google can be a help. Hope you get sorted?? 

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