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    Hey gang I found this comprehensive guide someone has taken the effort of putting on the net. Seems very helpful from first glance and thought it might come in handy for some of us down the line.

    http://tw200.wiki-site.com/index.php...ne_Maintenance

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    Quote Originally Posted by slinky View Post
    Hey gang I found this comprehensive guide someone has taken the effort of putting on the net. Seems very helpful from first glance and thought it might come in handy for some of us down the line.

    http://tw200.wiki-si...ine_Maintenance


    That's actually one of our members that got that started. We really should contribute to it more, but it's definitely handy.

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    I believe Mr. Gizmow deserves credit for resurrecting, compiling and maintaining the Wiki info, a task he does quietly with far too little fanfare.



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    That's how I learned to do my oil change on my bike.

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    It's good write-up.
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