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    Looking for - 1980-81 ts250

    Not sure where to post "LOOKING FOR PARTS" posts. If this is wrong please let me know and I'll move it.
    Desperately trying to find 1980-1981 Suzuki TS250 Stator and chain cover (Left Side). There are tone of Clutch Cover (Right Side) parts out there - but NOTHING for the stator.
    If anyone knows of someone parting out an old Suzuki or you have one - let's try and work something out.
    Trying to build a desert sled out of this cool little bike.
    Thanks!

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    That's because they are fragile as eggs and hang way out beyond the bash plate where they get hit easy.

    I'll look for one next time I'm at the scrap yard.

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    Great, thank you - TrialsRider.
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    If you could move the swingarm pivot point closer to the countershaft sprocket and upgraded the swingarm to a nice lightweight longer modern one,
    she might work a heck of a lot better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TrialsRider View Post
    If you could move the swingarm pivot point closer to the countershaft sprocket and upgraded the swingarm to a nice lightweight longer modern one,
    she might work a heck of a lot better.
    I hear you. This is basically a "learner" bike for my wife. Not really going to get the kind of use as it would with an experienced rider. I just don't want that stator exposed out in the desert or get her lace or lag caught in that sprocket.
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