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  1. Thanks for the reply I think I'll just do a standard gasket replacement and I'll see how the piston and rings are fitting. Sorry for double posting my topic I was on my phone and couldn't find my original post so I thought it didn't get posted.
  2. Helping a friend try to fix his 71 rt1 360. After pulling the right hand case cover, we saw that his clutch was colliding with the case cover. After doing some research I thought it was the clutch push rod but it measured the right length. One thing is that the previous owner might have put on too many clutch plates. The bike has 7 sets of plates but when the clutch is pulled the last clutch plates almost escapes the basket. Could he have too many plates or should we look somewhere else?
  3. Hello I bought a dt125 and plan on rebuilding this winter. I've been riding the past few days and have been looking at parts. Here's my question, i found a complete top end kit for the dt125 in the year 1978 including piston, rings, gaskets, cylinder jug, and needle bearings. The only differences ive found between my 75 and the 78 model is the cylinder head has 6 bolt holes instead of 4 like on my bike. What's stopping me from buying the kit for the 78 and buying a used cylinder head that would fit the kit. Is there any other problems I might find? Don't want to buy the kit for 78 if there will be any other incompatibilities.
  4. Hello I bought a dt125 and plan on rebuilding this winter. I've been riding the past few days and have been looking at parts. Here's my question, i found a complete top end kit for the dt125 in the year 1978 including piston, rings, gaskets, cylinder jug, and needle bearings. The only differences ive found between my 75 and the 78 model is the cylinder head has 6 bolt holes instead of 4 like on my bike. What's stopping me from buying the kit for the 78 and buying a used cylinder head that would fit the kit. Is there any other problems I might find? Don't want to buy the kit for 78 if there will be any other incompatibilities.
  5. Hello, recently bought my first yamaha. It's a 75 dt 125 and had a couple questions so I thought I'd join here to get help.
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