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    Quote Originally Posted by Errtu View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by FIRE UP View Post
    Apolloha,
    I know you asked for a link to what he was showing but, I thought I'd link you to the ones I just installed on my T-Dub. They fit flawlessly. The adjustability works outstanding. It took me only minutes to install them and, you can adjust them on the fly, it that's your plan. And, I think the looks are great too. Plus, they're a bit on the short side too which, lots of guys are leaning towards. See what you think.
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    The problem I had after getting a pair just like these is that there is no adjustment screw on the brake lever. My brake light stayed on because the tab was way too long.
    That's what is missing on the ones I installed as well. Although the brake light works fine.

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    Well,
    At the time, we're not near our TW so, I can't confirm any problems with the new brake lever and the brake light. If I recall, I did a test of the brake light after the install and, all was well. But, I won't be able to confirm this 'till we get back home on Monday.
    Scott
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    2004 Itasca Horizon 36GD CAT C-7 330HP
    2008 Honda GL1800 Goldwing Caliente red
    2007 TW 200 "Blue Noid"
    2115 Jeep JKUR Rubicon
    2011 GMC Sierra 1500 Extended Cab 4x4
    HAM, KI6OND
    Me, the wife and our killer Mini Schnauzer, "Sophie"

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    Sorry, duplicate post.
    Scott
    Retired SDFD, 30 years,
    2004 Itasca Horizon 36GD CAT C-7 330HP
    2008 Honda GL1800 Goldwing Caliente red
    2007 TW 200 "Blue Noid"
    2115 Jeep JKUR Rubicon
    2011 GMC Sierra 1500 Extended Cab 4x4
    HAM, KI6OND
    Me, the wife and our killer Mini Schnauzer, "Sophie"

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    Finally started work on the my '87 I'm very happy to say! Picked up an '88 engine and starting breaking down the bike in order to prepare for the swap.
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    1987 Yamaha TW200

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    I had to walk around it to ride the Radian, i'm still waiting on those wheel bearings to come in. I ordered another part which was out of stock or they would have been here.
    1993 TW200 just shy of 46,000 miles

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    Rode to work today! Hope to do the same tomorrow, and ride it on Sunday in the dirt with my boy on his TTR230. Hopefully some friends will join in.

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    Finally got my rear cycleracks rack on properly. Also, the 2004 TW I picked up for $500 (Cdn) coz it looked rough works just fine and made a great gift for the son-in-law to continue fixing up.
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    Just riding Betty Boop around, chilling out around the 10000 ft level. Came from far side of snowy mountains in background where I had 4x4 camped and ridden for a few days. Lapping the mountain pass there in both van and TW was an incredibly narrow twisty joy.
    2003 TW200 "Betty Boop"
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    Sounds like you are in the perfect place Fred, you can choose your weather by elevation and ride to it.
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    1993 TW200 just shy of 46,000 miles

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    Doesn't get much better than a van and a TW, Fred! Today I replaced my 1987 motor with the '88 I picked up for $550. I have to transplant the old flywheel, stator, and left engine cover in order to utilize the 1987 CDI. Since I'm waiting on a new cover gasket and flywheel removal tool (I read about the trick but I'm not risking messing up my rear axle doing it twice) I decided I should re-finish the engine cover anyway so I removed the stator from the cover and began prepping for paint.
    Last edited by reddave; 07-14-2019 at 08:05 AM.
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