I have a 1978 DT400 that I really enjoy riding around town and on backroads, the down fall is it has knobbies front and rear, so thought about what I could do to make this a fun get to work bike. Here is the bike I started with. My goal was to create a vintage super moto, street legal, out of the DT400 to be known as SM400. Part of the project was to use bolt on parts so I can easily return it to the stock configuration. I bought a set of TW200 forks, along with a front rim with a brake hub. I also have a parts DT400 so had extra rims and parts from that. I laced the rear rim from the DT400 to the front hub from the TW200, then laced the TW200 front rim to the DT400 rear hub. Tires are 18 x 4.10 Kenda trail masters, 80/20 on road off road. Front fender is an Acerbis Supermoto with a tw200 high mount bracket, Rear fender is a spare DT fender painted black.