DKW RT250 (1953mobel / make). Requried help from you brothers


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  • #16147

    Hi All,

    If you guys need any information, please feel to let me know so that i could provide them here.

    I own DKW RT250 and i am looking for parts to rebuild my bike. Its already in running condition but i would like to rebuild to its originality. I request you all to please help me in rebuilding my bike because I hope, you guys those how are here have much and better knowledge and would guide me right on how to fix them, since you are also crazy on these bikes just like me.

    Following list of lists which is required for me, please let me.

    1) Engine bore/Cyclinder.
    2) Engine Piston and Piston Rings.
    3) Fuel Tank rubbers on both the sides.

    Please do post, if you have any other spare items.

    …………………If you guys need any information, please feel to let me know so that i could provide them here…………………..

    #16156

    Below are the details of the bike that i own.

    DKW RT250 (3 Gear Transmission), 1953 model.
    * Engine number : 48029097
    * Chassis number : 48548334

    > I would like to know the difference between ” biz & ab Motor”. And can I know, which one is mine, please (biz or ab Motor).
    > I am looking for the following spares/parts below, which is in the screen shot Link.

    https://gyazo.com/6f00ac9ee1ea592437d3106ded347992

    1) 4801-11102-01 : Zylinderkorper : 1 unit (Standard size)
    2) 4801-10411-04 : Kolben kompl : 1 unit (Standard size) and 1 unit (second standard size)
    3) 73102-039-50 : Full Set (i.e 3 rings) for both Standard & Second standard size pistons
    73102-095-50. PS: Not sure which rings fits :(

    *Can anyone suggest me the best website to purchase the above spares/parts or can anyone help me to get these parts on a reasonable price*

    #16167

    brough
    Keymaster

    Bikelinks would be a good place to start. Try using the search function on DKW.

    http://bikelinks.com/directory/Classic_Motorcycles/Dealers/Europe/

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