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    Yamaha AG200 Industrial Motorcycle - Drool Worthy

    The more I look at the Yamaha AG200 the more I love all the standard features like the big fluffy one up saddle, factory heavy duty front and rear racks, hand guards, chain guards, kick starter and yes even dual kick stands (one on each side!) with a big foot for soft ground the list goes on and on! I would love to see this "industrial" package offered on the TW200
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    They're available here in South Africa, but I am not sure on pricing:
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    They are very abundant in Oz i often travel around New South Wales to swap meets and find them, should anyone need parts i will try to help.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr.Paynter View Post
    They're available here in South Africa, but I am not sure on pricing:
    AG200 FEATURES | yamaharacing.co.za
    Kind of confusing when they put details for a Super 10 right in the middle of the AG ad.
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    A TW would be a perfect base for an ag bike. I like the Honda 125 and 200 ag bikes, too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Borneo View Post
    Kind of confusing when they put details for a Super 10 right in the middle of the AG ad.
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    So you're saying the ag200 doesn't have abs, traction control, and a 270 degree twin?

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    One of my TW's served all 4000miles of it's first life as an "Ag Bike". I obtained as
    junk from original owner. Once I got it running/ridable the team at one of my
    customers were fight'n to use it over quads (much easier to open gates). On big spreads
    with dirt roads I really prefer two wheels over four because of the dust factor. I wonder what gear ratios
    are in the AG bike?
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    There’s much to commend the “trimmings” – even the humble Honda C50 had an enclosed chain – and this, together with the side stands, could be achieved with a bit of “creative welding” on our TW’s

    When you consider what we’ll happily spend on a rear rack – it makes you wonder just why we go “that’s nice” on an AG – yet do nothing about it as far as our TW’s go

    Nice seat too – shame it doesn’t fit – but how much trouble would we have to go to, to make it fit ? ………….
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    Quote Originally Posted by Purple View Post
    Nice seat too – shame it doesn’t fit – but how much trouble would we have to go to, to make it fit ? ………….
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    Ag bike? That should be spelled, Rokon.
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