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post #1 of 11 Old 01-23-2014, 03:05 PM Thread Starter
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FOUND: TW200 clutch basket or complete parts engine.

So I know this isn't 9'er parts ..... but I figured I would put the word out here on my favorite forum, since you guys know me better than most and might have some weird random parts tucked away.

I am mainly looking for a complete clutch basket assembly from a BW200 or TW200 but also would be interested in a complete engine, or parts engine running or not.

The BW200 & TW200 share a bunch of parts with other Yamaha 200 - 250cc bikes from '85 up to '05. So I would be interested in any engine/clutch parts from the following models as well.

- TW200
- BW200
- XT200
- XT225
- TTR225
- TTR230
- XT250

Let me know what you have available, condition & price.

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I have DRZ400 c. basket, if you want it. Oh well, I tried.

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I have DRZ400 c. basket, if you want it. Oh well, I tried.
Points for effort! You are forgiven for sellig your 919 now. Haha.

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Ian, check out TW200forum.com, join up and I'll vouch for you. There are a few guys there that have parts bikes, someone may have what you need and then some.

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I've ridden around on a couple of TW200 street bikes. It's a friendly little bike - fun for a while.

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I've ridden around on a couple of TW200 street bikes. It's a friendly little bike - fun for a while.
Yeah I spent a afternoon toying around on one and it was lots of fun. We don't really have extensive open trails around here, dunes or parks. I just want a little mountain goat bike to explore dirt roads and ATV paths ...... with the BW's big tires it should make following ATV tracks/paths simple enough.

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Yeah I spent a afternoon toying around on one and it was lots of fun. We don't really have extensive open trails around here, dunes or parks. I just want a little mountain goat bike to explore dirt roads and ATV paths ...... with the BW's big tires it should make following ATV tracks/paths simple enough.
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