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I was doing a search on building a trailer using unistrut and found yours. I see you haven't posted anything here in a few years But I'm hopping this gets threw to you as I have just a couple of questions about your build if you have time.
My name is Mike and as far as I am concerned your name is "God". I cannot believe what you have done with the YG1. You are amazing! I just bought a 1963 YG1 and I plan on restoring it also. Do you mind if i keep in contact with you if I have questions about the bike and how to restore it? Thanks a lot!
My father, who recently passed away, was the original owner of a 1965 Yamaha YG1SK. It has sat in his barn in Omaha Nebraska for the last 30 years or so. It is intact, but in poor condition (not running). I would like to sell it ASAP. If you are interested in a restoration project or using it for parts, please email me @ email@example.com
hello, I just got a 1964 yg1t and need some info, I have seen you have a battery in yours, could you give me the numbers off it?
any info you can give me on this bike owuld be great as not much avail about it..
this is a T model (trail) but not much different other then no signals or mirrors.
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Found your site googling YG1-K. I am second second owner of a '65 YG1-K which I bought in 1965. (Original owner couldn't keep up with his buddies so he traded it for a 125.)
Input shaft to oil pump is worn where it passes through the seal or I would be riding it today. I can fill oil tank and it runs fine, but oil leaking past the seal drains the tank in a few hours. Know where I can get a new shaft, or a method to polish mine?