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    1987 Honda CR250R Number Plate Backgrounds

    1987 Honda CR250R
    Tire Size:
    Front: 80/100-21, Rear: 110/100-18
    Spark Plug:
    BR9EG
    Stock Chain/Belt:
    520x114
    Stock Gearing:
    Front: 14T, Rear: 53T
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    Daniel (Omaha, NE)

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    Good fit on a 2006 KLR650

    Great price and easy fit on a KLR. I may end up with a fork brace and lowering kit to give some added protection from rocks, rain, mud, but looks much better than the stock fender. It probably isn't as good as OEM for protection though.

    Cushla (Gold Coast, QLD)

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    Troy Lee Lucas Oil graphics kit

    Love Troy Lee gear! This kit has transformed our bike beautifully. It looks like a completely different bike and is by far the best looking of all our friends bikes! Quality product and definitely recommend this kit not only for the product but for the professional conduct of this compnay!

    Graphics guy (Valley Center, KS)

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    Old Graphics

    The graphics looked to be old when I got them. The vinyl had shrunk away from the paper backing which left a 1/16 inch line of adhesive around the edge. This made dirt stick around the edge of the decal and it looked old before the install was even over. After some heat and scrubbing with alcohol around the edge I cleaned it up and they look good. Adhesive works really well. BRAAAP!

    Acerbis Driller (Valley Center, KS)

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    2003 YZ125

    Good looking plastics but the shrouds needed drilled out to fit. Old hardware and the new bolt kit I bought were both too big to fit through the plastics. After a little creative drilling, which I thought was ghetto for a brand new set of plastics, we were all back to good. The little spacer washers won't stay in if you go too big on your drilling so it is better to go a little less and heat up the plastic to make it fit and stay like the OEM hardware. But they did look nice once installed.

    Dave (Charleston, WV)

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    wv

    They appear to be good quality. Should protect and accent the swing arm nicely. Yamaha should have put these on at the factory.

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