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Part # = 51521-356-300
Part Description = CASE, L. FRONT FORK
Model Count = 5
MT250 1974 250 MT250 Elsinore 250 Dual Sport
XL250-K1 1974 250 XL250 Dual Sport
XL250-K2 1975 250 XL250 Dual Sport
XL350 1974 350 XL350 Dual Sport
XL350-K1 1975 350 XL350 Dual Sport

can supply more info if you tell me the years.

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General Discussion / Re: rm500
« on: September 18, 2018, 06:22:48 PM »
The ONLY pre 85 legal suzuki 'dirt bike' disc front wheel/forks is the 84 model TS250X. The forks are 38mm and shorter so are obviously a down grade from the 43mm RM forks. So the only other way to use the TS disc wheel/brakes is if you were creative you could make a caliper holder/carrier to go onto the stock RM 43mm forks and use the TS wheel. I have seen this done before on all sorts of drum forks. This would be ok because no 85 model parts are being used.
The 85 model RM500F is an 85 model. Using the disc front off that 85 model is not legal for pre 85 because the parts are 1985 model parts. Easy to understand i would of thought.



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General Discussion / Re: rm500
« on: September 17, 2018, 06:09:04 PM »
The disc front end will have to go if its an 84 model bike and you want to race in pr85 class. And if it does happen to be the ultra rare 85 model 500 well that is out for pre 85 too.

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Sounds like they are early 70's models so not what i am after.

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Got any photos please? Do you know what years/models? I am looking for 77-79 185 & 250 J&R/Bassani/Torque Eng./Strader etc

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Suzuki / Re: TM250 / TS250 spoke differences
« on: September 12, 2018, 11:54:50 PM »
This  is the same  hub as the TM250/400 &  RM250/370 A/B  hub  but is painted  silver and not black.

Part # = 54110-07003
Part Description = HUB,FRONT WHEEL
Model Count = 23
AC100 1969 100 AC100 SCRAMBLER DIRT
A100M 1976 98 A100 STREET
TC120 1967 120 TC120 TRAIL CAT DUAL SPORT
TC120R 1971 120 TC120 TRAIL CAT DUAL SPORT
TC125A 1976 123 TC125 PROSPECTOR DUAL SPORT
TC125L 1974 123 TC125 PROSPECTOR DUAL SPORT
TC125M 1975 123 TC125 PROSPECTOR DUAL SPORT
TC185A 1976 183 TC185 RANGER DUAL SPORT
TC185L 1974 183 TC185 RANGER DUAL SPORT
TC185M 1975 183 TC185 RANGER DUAL SPORT
TC90 1970 89 TC90 BLAZER DUAL SPORT
TM250-2 1970 249 TM250 RH67 OFF ROAD
TS100A 1976 97 TS100 HONCO DUAL SPORT
TS125A 1976 123 TS125 DUSTER DUAL SPORT
TS125L 1974 123 TS125 DUSTER DUAL SPORT
TS125M 1975 123 TS125 DUSTER DUAL SPORT
TS185A 1976 183 TS185 SIERRA DUAL SPORT
TS185L 1974 183 TS185 SIERRA DUAL SPORT
TS185M 1975 183 TS185 SIERRA DUAL SPORT
TS90 1970 89 TS90 HONCHO DUAL SPORT
TS90R 1971 89 TS90 HONCHO DUAL SPORT
T125 1967 124 T125 STINGER STREET
T125R 1971 124 T125 STINGER STREET


still available new too

So spoke sets from these could work assuming spoke cross is the same. Count the cross on yours (2 or 3) and then check out photos of above wheels on ebay. Even if they are the same you may still find that the spoke nipples let you down if they are from chrome rims

I would be looking at 76 TS185 spoke set. That model at least has alloy rims so the spoke nipples in that could very well just work with the TM rim.

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Suzuki / Re: TM250 / TS250 spoke differences
« on: September 12, 2018, 11:49:46 PM »
Tm has small 130mm hub and the TS250/400 has larger 150mm hub so spokes will be different length.

You want to be looking at some of the TS/TC125/185 sets, they could work but typically the nipples may be different length/diameter because of the steel rim most of the TS/TC use vs alloy on TM.
You will need to use Zedder and parts books to compare some part numbers.

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Tech Talk / Re: xlx250 into xr250 frame
« on: September 10, 2018, 07:39:26 PM »
Before you get too far, rip the head off the XLX and look for cracks in the plug hole and around valve seats. Almost all this model develop cracked heads. not good choice of motor.

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Tech Talk / Re: Curnutt shocks?
« on: September 06, 2018, 09:20:17 PM »
I also have  a heap of magazine articles/info on these but i recommend Scott Tremblay (as above) as he worked for Curnutts.

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Tech Talk / Re: skinny 18'' knobbys??
« on: September 06, 2018, 09:17:59 PM »
Try Duro or Kings Tyres - Ron Angel Wholesale

or Vee Rubber - Link International or Cykel Products

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Suzuki / Re: Suzuki Pe chain Buffer
« on: August 27, 2018, 07:07:32 PM »
People have talked about, it needs to be done. I have always wanted to try a 1980 RM250/400 buffer though. Surely they would fit? I cant really see how they would vary from the PE one.

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Wanted / Re: RM/PE full floater front hub spacer
« on: August 26, 2018, 02:46:14 PM »
I don't even know the size because its a brand new hub and did not have one. It will be just as much work to get one made as it will be to find one.

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Wanted / RM/PE full floater front hub spacer
« on: August 26, 2018, 11:28:08 AM »
I am looking for one of these inside front hub spacers

Part # = 54730-14100
Part Description = SPACER,FRONT HUB BEARING
Model Count = 19
PE175D 1983 172 PE175 DUAL PURPOSE
PE175E 1984 172 PE175 DUAL PURPOSE
PE175Z 1982 172 PE175 DUAL PURPOSE
RM125D 1983 124 RM125 OFF ROAD
RM125E 1984 124 RM125 OFF ROAD
RM125F 1985 124 RM125 OFF ROAD
RM125G 1986 124 RM125 OFF ROAD
RM125-X 1981 124 RM125 OFF ROAD
RM125Z 1982 124 RM125 OFF ROAD
RM250D 1983 246 RM250 OFF ROAD
RM250E 1984 246 RM250 OFF ROAD
RM250F 1985 246 RM250 OFF ROAD
RM250G 1986 246 RM250 OFF ROAD
RM250-X 1981 246 RM250 OFF ROAD
RM250Z 1982 246 RM250 OFF ROAD
RM465X 1981 465 RM465 OFF ROAD
RM465Z 1982 465 RM465 OFF ROAD
RM500D 1983 492 RM500 OFF ROAD
RM500E 1984 492 RM500 OFF ROAD

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Suzuki / Re: Front fork question. 1978 RM400c.
« on: August 20, 2018, 11:01:38 PM »
Yes this is correct/normal. With air pressure it compresses and extends the forks to get the proper length and ride height.

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Bike Talk / Re: IT400C Front guard and extension
« on: August 19, 2018, 01:41:37 PM »

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