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    Junior Member drsquat's Avatar
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    My new TW

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    Yes, I know it looks like any other
    But its all mine.
    I'm thrilled just looking at her.

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    None is like any other......they are all unique and special.....and each one is the best! Bb

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    She she sure is purty! Welcome aboard.


    Quote Originally Posted by drsquat View Post
    003.JPG
    Yes, I know it looks like any other
    But its all mine.
    I'm thrilled just looking at her.

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    Looks good to me - Let the modifications begin!
    Yamaha - 1992 TW200
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    Mirrors have to go
    Passenger foot pegs are leaving.
    Stupid reflector below the rear fender.
    Don't like the locking gas cap
    Gotta get some handlebar protectors
    And the list will be ongoing.
    But I am happy with it.

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    Very nice looking bike, just think how she will look with a brand new Jimbo sheild Lol. Congrats on the new machine!
    2009 TW200, Jimbo shield, 47&55T rear with DID chain, Maxxis Ceros Rear, Kendra 270 front, extended swing arm, 1"Risers, Rear rack, Raised front fender, XOG GPS.

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    Take the two screws out of the bottom of your gas cap. Pull off the locking assembly and put the two screws back in. No more using a key to protect 1.7 gallons of gas. The rear reflector is very important to crush your fingers with when using a motorcycle rear lift.
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    Junior Member drsquat's Avatar
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    Thats simple. Thanks Michael

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    Very nice! I know just how you feel too!

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    Oh yea, more questions. What size handguards? Is it a 7/8 inch bar? And, does anyone recommend or not recommend Slime?
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