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XT600 4pt plastics.seat rear plastic

Anyone have a seat, side plastics and tail piece they want to move on. Unless anyone can say I dont need them to fit an acerbis tank on a 1990 bike
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I have a seat with new cover and plastics. This evening I can post some pics
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Sorry, the seat and plastics I have are 3TB 1990 model
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I have a seat with new cover and plastics. This evening I can post some pics
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Pera, do I understand you have some plastics for a 3TB for sale?

I am looking for some new ones for mine, particularly the tank scoops, side panels and tail piece. They would need to be in reasonable condition, although any tank scoops would be welcome as they are missing altogether.

Let me know if you're selling. Pics would be good
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Well, I must have all but can´t find tail plastic. I´ll take a llok tomorrow at my brothers house, it can be there.

Side panels are not in good shape here you have some pics









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Sorry blacdogzulu, I have no tail piece. My brother has put it on his XT.
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BDZ,

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This is for 4PT model, not for 3TB

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The seller describes it as for the 3TB. Is he mistaken?
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Yes, I think is a mistake. The plastic is from a 4PT. If you take a look at the rest of item from this seller, all are from 4PT
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"Dibs" on Pera's panels :-) Just waiting to hear back on postage
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Sorry blacdogzulu, I have no tail piece. My brother has put it on his XT.
It's the tank scoops that I really need. I can bodge the rest. Do the scoops have the mounting tabs present and correct?

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Looks like a 4PT. They are quite different, as I discovered when I bought an 'official' Yamaha rear rack "suitable for all XT600E models" to find that I had to use a hacksaw on the tail plastics to get it to fit. It was obviously designed for the 4PT, and not the 3TB that I have.

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