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Other than cosmetics are there any differences from the 85/86 TRX 125 and the 87 TRX? Debating if I need to get an 87 shop service manual.

thanks for the help - Jack
 

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Thanks Steve. The plastics on my 87 trx125 are rotted out. Wonder if the trx200 or 250x plastics would/could fit?
 

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Thanks Steve. The plastics on my 87 trx125 are rotted out. Wonder if the trx200 or 250x plastics would/could fit?
They would be close and likely require; cutting, trimming and mounting tabs to bolt them on. With a bit of creativity, one could use a different set. The end result may look “odd”. If you only need rear fenders you’ll be cable to modify something.

Or.. am I supposed to promote buying OEM parts from sponsors only..?:|
haha..no..your totally safe is saying what ya want about putting plastics on anything. some of us do care what it looks like ?..while others ?..well...lol.
 

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They would be close and likely require; cutting, trimming and mounting tabs to bolt them on. With a bit of creativity, one could use a different set. The end result may look “odd”. If you only need rear fenders you’ll be cable to modify something.

Or.. am I supposed to promote buying OEM parts from sponsors only..?:|
haha..no..your totally safe is saying what ya want about putting plastics on anything. some of us do care what it looks like ?..while others ?..well...lol.
Even Chinese plastics?:devil
you just hadddddddd to go there didn't ya ?!..lol. like I said ( and explained to you )..body work is one thing, while electronics is another around here, its that simple bro :).
 
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