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    1991 Kawasaki KX125 Parts

    1991 Kawasaki KX125
    Tire Size:
    Front: 80/100-21, Rear: 100/90-19
    Spark Plug:
    R6254K-105
    Stock Chain/Belt:
    520x112
    Stock Gearing:
    Front: 12T, Rear: 48T
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    David (St Pete, FL)

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    2013 Yamaha XT 250 perfect fit

    It was a perfect fit and it looks just like the old one my wife broke. She is happy and I am happy. It took about 10 minutes at the most.

    David (St Pete, FL)

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    Instructions are not great but it does work

    Got this for my wife's XT 250. After reading the micro print instructions on the back I was finally able to get the guard installed on her motorcycle. There is some vague instructions about certain adapters that was throwing me off. I finally got it installed and she is happy. I did have issues getting it around her brake box and cables but I finally was able to put it all together. She is happy so I am happy.

    Cooper (Grand ledge , MI)

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    Fits great

    The fender feels durable and the color matches the stock plastics well. I recommend it.

    Michael (Wetumpka, AL)

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    Right fit

    Got the small for my 2014 CRF 250. Fits both mufflers. Stays put when I use the pressure washer. Even stays put when I haul it on the trailer.

    Mike (Rochester, WA)

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    What can you say...Its a K&N filter.

    I think its all been said, I use their air and oil filters in both my car and truck, why would I want to use anything but the best on my bike....Well worth the extra few penny's.

    Conrad (Bellingham, WA)

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    Work fine, install is lame

    2014 YZ250, went together easy enough. As mentioned by others the rads are far enough apart after install that the hoses (specifically the crossover hose between the two) need to be loosened and slid closer to the end of the nipple in order to reach both sides. Not a huge deal, takes some messing with to make it work. The spacer provided to make the shrouds fit didn't do anything unless you trim some of the plastic gussets back. Took 40 minutes start to finish. Once on, they are plenty strong.

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