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Chris in AL
I understand Acerbis tried to make this fit as many models as possible but it falls short in two areas for a 2019 YZ250FX. Compared to the OEM fender there are two mounting holes that are not included on the Acerbis. The first is a missing hole for a spacer and bolt that holds the fender to the inside of the battery/electrical housing. Not a deal killer but they should have at least added a drill location mark so the customer can do this themselves. It also is missing a second mounting location inside the battery/electrical housing area. The OEM has a raised section to allow the housing to be secured to the fender. The Acerbis doesn't have the raised area. IMO, just missing one of these mounting locations would/is acceptable but missing both leaves that housing a bit more unsecured.Read All Reviews