identifying the bike that came in boxes

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nate_kim
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identifying the bike that came in boxes

Post by nate_kim » Sat Mar 27, 2010 5:59 pm

Hello kind sirs,
newbie here
my bike in boxes, i'm told, was once a 350 scrambler, year unknown. It's a non-desmo head, that much i can decipher. The case numbers are dm350 and 05683 on the other side. couldn't find any numbers on the frame although i was hunkered down in the dark with a flashlight. Any info would be greatly appreciated, even suggestions on what to do with it...any two cents. thanks!
nate

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Post by GT Pete » Sun Mar 28, 2010 8:50 am

Hi Nate,

Can you post some pictures? We would love to see what you have.

Pete

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Re: identifying the bike that came in boxes

Post by Red N' Blu » Sun Apr 04, 2010 1:36 pm

nate_kim wrote:Hello kind sirs,
newbie here
my bike in boxes, i'm told, was once a 350 scrambler, year unknown. It's a non-desmo head, that much i can decipher. The case numbers are dm350 and 05683 on the other side. couldn't find any numbers on the frame although i was hunkered down in the dark with a flashlight. Any info would be greatly appreciated, even suggestions on what to do with it...any two cents. thanks!
nate
Well i would say it is almost 100% that you have a 350motor, now you should find out if it is a Wide case or a Narrow case :D information can be found on this forum how to identify a wide or Narrow case. And pics might be of some help to the Guru's

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