Question about 2005 Yamaha DT 125 RE
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Here is a manual for the yamaha.
If you get one spoke right then tapping it will give a certain pitch/sound. Then you can compare it to the rest. There is a technique for lacing a spoked wheel, it would be advisable to have a professional do the work.
Here is a link to info on lacing a wheel
Posted on Mar 23, 2009
Common cause of kickstarter not engaging(I am guesing that this is your problem) is a broken spring on the kickstart mechanism,or that the kickstart idler gear cerclip has fallen off(this allows the idler gear to move forward on the shaft & thus won't allow the kickstart gear to transfer drive to the clutch hub).Remove clutch cover, put kickstart lever back on shaft spline,activate kickstart lever by hand(easier with sparkplug removed+in neautral)as kickstart lever moves down 90 degrees the gear on the kickstarter mechanism should move out to engage with gear next to it(kickstart idler gear).If the gear on the kickstarter mechanism dosn't move outward it has a broken spring on the kickstart mechanism.replace spring and all should work.(if the spring is broken you need to try find the broken piece with a magnetic pick-up tool as the broken part can cause further damage if not removed)To do this job I highly recommend you first purchase a workshop manual which will guide you through these processes.After all a manual is the most valuable tool in your tool kit.
Posted on Nov 23, 2009
unbolt the caliper (the thing that grabs the disk) get a pair of big pliars and compress the caliper back in if it doesnt copress at first, loosen the bleed screw (the little bolt with the hole and nipple on it) until all the way compressed. tighten while fluid is still coming out make sure NO air gets in, take off the old pads and put new ones in bolt back up and fill the resivoure with brake fluid. pump the breaks until they are hard again make sure fluid is topped up.
unbolt all attaching lines or supports for the brake, loosen chain tightners and let chain off, unbolt wheel axel and pull wheel out, pull the brake hub out and change the pads pull them up into a V shape and they just pop off. to put back on slot hub into wheel, add spacers and chain tensioners hook chain on, and slide axel back in, make sure theres lots of grease on your bearings while the wheel is off, Dont get any grease on the brake pads or your breaks will not work too well.
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Posted on Feb 16, 2010
Get in touch with your local yam dealer ,and speak to a mechanic ,they may be able to help ,or get hold of a workshop manual .
Posted on Mar 13, 2010
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