Featured Aussie Yamaha Ag 125

Discussion in 'Other Bikes' started by H.O., Aug 23, 2019.

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  1. H.O.

    H.O. Noble Member

    Nov 28, 2015
    My next door neighbour worked in a scrap yard and was given an imported Australian AG 125 of 1970's era, he's now buggered off and left it, its mainly all in one with a few panels off but there, want's a full re-build but engine good & strong, mine for free if I want it.
    Very unusual to find one over here, they are still in production as later models in Aussie, made for the big sheep and cattle farms., but seem to be unique to Australia.
    If you look it up you cant mistake it, look the the massive chain guard.
    Very tempted, but will probably cost as much to restore as it worth, cant ride it any more, cant get it to shows, but would give me an interest.
    I'll ponder!
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  2. H.O.

    H.O. Noble Member

    Nov 28, 2015
    Possibly, but looking into the forks and how pitted they might be, may not be the easiest of items to get hold of, and as for breaking it for spares, who'd want any over here?
    Most parts are very unique, I think the 125 engine might be sellable, as I said avery unique bike, thats why I'm considering it at all.
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  3. Godders

    Godders Well-Known Member

    Apr 29, 2019
    NZ had the same range of Ag bikes along with Honda. Much the same as other trail bikes with different trim and gearing. Perfect green laner for the height challenged. If something is missing it’ll probably take a corresponding part from a U.K. trail bike of the same era. Fork stanchions should be an easy and cheap replacement.
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