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Old 04-12-2021, 06:02 AM   #81
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Great looking G9 build, I just picked one up late last year and after piecing it back together from all of the loose parts I've been driving it around the neighborhood with the wife and dog and loving it. My wife saw the pictures of yours in this thread and told me to make ours look like that so that's all the approval I need.
If you posted it I apologize but what is that blue? Given that its a Yamaha I was planning on re-spraying mine in their cobalt blue (taken from their bikes) and maybe get fancy with the white speed blocks.

Thank you! The color is ultra blue pearl and the paint I used was summit racing brand single stage paint


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Old 04-27-2021, 06:52 PM   #82
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Default Re: Grantspecís Yamaha G9 Rebuild

I have a g9 also I'm about to do the same thing but I have 22" tires. You think one less inch would clear?
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I have a g9 also I'm about to do the same thing but I have 22" tires. You think one less inch would clear?

My 23Ē tires clear with mild trimming. You will need stiffer rear springs if you plan to run a rear seat or the tires will rub.


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