Yamaha xt350/400 hybrid!!

Discussion in 'Some Assembly Required' started by MILLENNIUM FALCON, Feb 21, 2012.

  1. MILLENNIUM FALCON

    MILLENNIUM FALCON Been here awhile

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    Thanks man, Im glad you like the bike. I converted it to a rear disc setup. The rear wheel/hub is a rear wheel off of a yz250 motocross bike. They all run 19" rear tires stock. I went with a wider rim but wanted to use the same spokes so I had to use a 19" wheel. The exact tire i wanted to run came in 19" and is DOT approved so I never gave much thought to it.


  2. Gh0zt36

    Gh0zt36 n00b for life

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    That is a very cool lookin bike. Looks like alot of fun. Dig the paintjob.
  3. MILLENNIUM FALCON

    MILLENNIUM FALCON Been here awhile

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    THanks man.....it is a fun bike. Im ready for the snow to melt, so I can get back on her!

  4. MILLENNIUM FALCON

    MILLENNIUM FALCON Been here awhile

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  5. Mike Figielski

    Mike Figielski Been here awhile

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    When did the upside down forks get installed? Did I miss that in the build thread? What bike are they from and was there any change to the rear shock to balance the travel?
  6. slowpoke69

    slowpoke69 Been here awhile

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    Especially since I just bought a bike, NO WAY momma would go for two, unless she wanted it!!
    GLWS!!
  7. EnduroRdr

    EnduroRdr Woods Racer & D/S Rider

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  8. sslidewaze

    sslidewaze Adventurer

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    That is a stunning piece of art ! I am simply amazed at the hybrid dual sports the members on this forum come up with.