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    Yamaha TDM850 in Wellington Info needed

    Hey.
    I am putting back together from parts a '96 TDM 850.
    Really would like to have a nosey at one to see where some of the bits go.
    The manual is not as clear about that as I would like.
    Anyone in Wellington have one I can have a look at and maybe take some pics to locate bits and pieces?
    Cheers
    Steve
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    A Noble mission, great bikes those TDM's, sure someone will spark up, when they see this post, my ones a 1981 TR1 1000, everything, replaced, refurbished or restored, runs like a kitten, love taking her out every so often.
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    Quote Originally Posted by steveyb View Post
    Hey.
    I am putting back together from parts a '96 TDM 850.
    Really would like to have a nosey at one to see where some of the bits go.
    The manual is not as clear about that as I would like.
    Anyone in Wellington have one I can have a look at and maybe take some pics to locate bits and pieces?
    Cheers
    Steve
    Any particular parts area you are having the problem with ... ???
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    I have a 98. Wellington is a bit short notice but I can take photos here, oop north.

    What do you need to see?

    I have hard copies of the Haynes and Yamaha manuals.
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    I have a Haynes manual, thanks.
    I just wanted to eyeball a bike as there are bolts and clips and the like that I don't know where they go.
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    Think I have Sprozens number somewhere. Under his tutorship you won't need stinkin clips and bolts, just a job lot of cable ties.
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    Link for the service manual, far more detailed than the Haynes book of mystery.

    Quite happy to take pics, too.

    http://www.journey.cz/moto/navody/Ya...850%20rv96.pdf


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    Awesome, thanks heaps for that.
    "Life is what happens to you while you're busy making other plans." John Ono Lennon.

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