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    Senior Member Gerry's Avatar
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    A few years ago one of our 'Down-Under' members was kind enough to put this together for us. Eldavo put lots of time into this project and it merits a visit. With time, it may become a great quick one-stop reference for TW owners.

    http://tw200.wiki-si...x.php/Main_Page

    I am doing a little updating, so if you think something is missing or incorrect please let me know with specific examples. Thanks. Gerry
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    Nice! Much better resource than pinning topics I think and has a better ability to be more organized. Perhaps much of the material here can be copied over. The how to threads and pictures for example.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrgizmow View Post
    A few years ago one of our 'Down-Under' members was kind enough to put this together for us. Eldavo put lots of time into this project and it merits a visit. With time, it may become a great quick one-stop reference for TW owners.



    I am doing a little updating, so if you think something is missing or incorrect please let me know. Thanks. Gerry


    Where is "this"?
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    Is this what you are referring to >> TW200 Wikipedia site

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    @ mrgizmow

    If you want, you can copy some information/specs from my german TW Wikipedia site

    >>>> German TW Wikipedia site

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    Very nice. Thanks, Gary
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    Truelight, I had not seen that one. I have a link to the site in my first post. Should you have ideas or criticism please try to be specific so I know in what direction to move. I am not inclined to reinvent the wheel here as what Eldavo has done took LOTS of time, so the format is set.



    The Wiki site may bring new folks here as most of the tech. articles are linked to this site. As well, it may allow us to retain specific points of interest that will be less likely to get buried under newer posts and more questions. Thanks. Gerry
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    Quote Originally Posted by macbig2k1 View Post
    @ mrgizmow

    If you want, you can copy some information/specs from my german TW Wikipedia site

    >>>> German TW Wikipedia site


    Many THANKS Macbig. That service manual is sure nice. Gerry
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    Awesome! My skid plate pic and cow bell made the page ! I have a suggestion, add some information about the different handlebar options, longer shifters, and making the rear brake pedal bigger. I got that idea from this forum and it has worked well for me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bbagwell View Post
    Awesome! My skid plate pic and cow bell made the page ! I have a suggestion, add some information about the different handlebar options, longer shifters, and making the rear brake pedal bigger. I got that idea from this forum and it has worked well for me.


    Thanks Bbagwell, I can certainly do that. Hunting down pictures can be a real challenge. Gerry
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