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Old 25 Oct 2009
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xt 600 engine part number help needed

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I have a 1984 yamaha xt 600. My kickstart blew apart and broke the right inside side casing and many parts, so I have been trying to find a lower engine complete for this bike. I have not had any luck finding a 600 lower engine yet though.

I was told the xt550 lower engine is the same as long as my bike has kickstart and it does?

I have found a xt 550 lower engine complete he provided me with the part number.

I went to America's Most Diverse - Yamaha Motor Corporation, USA, Home to try and find out my engine part number to match but I could not find engine part number?

Any help with this would be great, would love to get this bike running again.
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Where are you???
What parts do you actually need?

I may be able to help.
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hello Tenere Tom
I am upstate NY usa here.
My bike is 1984 xt 600
I need a lower engine or complete engine or possibly a right side casing.
My kickstart blew apart and broke of the pieces of the right side casing.
Do you have any of them?
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Yep - I have a casing and cover.
Do you need the kickstart mech too?

Make me a sensible offer via PM.
I guarantee I won't cost half as much as Yamaha!!!
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did you get my private message?
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