Originally Posted by Scootmeister
Absolutely nothing because I just picked up this 1972 Yamaha RT2 360 with 234 miles on it and I've been working to get it on the road. It's been sitting for over a year and had a pound of rust in the fuel tank, the petcock was clogged as was the carb. All are clean now and as soon as a couple of parts come in I will put her on the road. As soon as that project is completed, I'll be back on my motorized bicycle to add some chain guards and install new brake levers with built in switches for my brake light. Happy New Year all you two wheel enthusiasts/MBers!!!!
I had one of it's smaller cousins from the same year...a 1972 DT100.
Rode the wheels off that super tough little bike! It was my very first new motorcycle and I abused it for almost a decade before it finally broke a coil.
Hope you have as much fun on it as I did on my DT!
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