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I Picked up a 3 wheeler! Yamaha 225 DT

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Yamaha 225 DT

first two pictures of how it looked when I picked it up, last picture is today, I started by taking the racks off, and the windshield, and the seat. working on taking the rear fenders off to look at things next.

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