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    Junior Member uncleboone's Avatar
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    Hi everyone,



    Thanks for all the great info on the forum, I have been looking for a while but this is my first post.



    I just picked up a 2003 TW with 98 original miles for $2000. My first mod will be to change the oil and filter.



    I live in Taos, any other members out there in northern New Mexico.



    Cheers,



    Rich

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    Senior Member peruano's Avatar
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    Rich, I'm not sure who might be in northern NM, but I'm in the Rio Abajo in Belen. I see other TWs (even in Belen), but whether they get ridden or not is open to debate. Who buys a bike and lets it set for 7 years with 98 miles. Your gain, congrats. Tom
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    Excellent find. You can clean the stock oil filter and save some money.




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    Great deal, Rich! Welcome to the forum from the People's Republic of New Jersey, where the overtaxed come to buy car insurance.



    Ride Free,

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    About a one day ride on the bike for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rmartin View Post
    About a one day ride on the bike for me.


    rmartin



    Sorry we did not run across you last Jan. Two of us were riding our TWs all over Quartzite [admittedly, more in the hills to the SE than in town] for a couple of weeks.



    We expect to be down your way again this Jan, so look out for us!



    John

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    Senior Member rmartin's Avatar
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    I saw several TW's this past year down there. Actually until last year, I never saw any, and then I saw 4 or 5. I talked to one guy, and I think there is a guy a couple blocks south of us, but I never did see him, and he left earily to go home.



    The people I ran into out of town where up around an old miner's cabin, south of Gold Nugget road.

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    Your bike looks great! Welcome to the board.
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    I'm in NNM/Jemez area. A co-worker of mine said he saw ANOTHER TW in town this weekend that looked just like mine (a 94). I haven't seen another 94 or 95 around these parts, but have seen a few newer TW's...mostly white.



    Welcome aboard!

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    Don't pass up an opportunity to hang out with the Peruanii.



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