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    Junior Member maddog's Avatar
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    Hello TW200 lovers!



    New member here. I just bought a 2003 yesterday. I started teaching my daughter to ride it tonight. I can see why you all like them so much. They just feel right and I like the way they look too. Looking forward to learning from you all.



    Happy trails, Rancher
    Its better to have it and not need it then need it and not have it.

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    Senior Member Rainman's Avatar
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    Welcome!
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    Senior Member wayne's Avatar
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    Welcome Rancher.

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    Senior Member chipyting's Avatar
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    Welcome, I guarantee you'll have fun on this bike!

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    Hi there... Welcome to the forums! As you can see, I am a newbie here too (well, not really... I was on the OLD site under a different name, I just haven't had much time to post until recently). The TW is a fun bike to learn on and decent enough on trails. By your screen name I acertain you are a rancher? I grew up on a ranch and I think the TW would have made life a little simpler for me back then. They are easy to modify on the cheap too. Look up some of the more common mods to make it a little more comfy and trail ready (or street ready if that is your goal!).
    2008 TW200 w/ 2" handlebar risers, Ricochet bash plate, KTM front fender lifted, factory rear rack.

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    Senior Member Bagger's Avatar
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    Welcome Rancher!



    They are great bikes. I use ours lots here on our ranch, from haulin' fencing repair material to dragging old fence away to even dragging firewood some.



    Great Bikes!! ( and it doesn't wander off while I'm working! )



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    "The TW may be slow, but the Earth is patient" - MK

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