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Old 03-17-2013, 11:18 PM   #21
RideFreak
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Originally Posted by YZEtc View Post
No way, Jose.
A DT-175 is smaller and feels quite a bit lighter and easier to manouver than a DT-250.
Doesn't matter what model year.
I'd agree with that if comparing a 250/360/400.

I vote for a DT-175, with the best ones being from 1978 - 1981 (in the USA).
Yup, DT125 and DT175 share about 99% of the same parts, 250 doesn't.
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