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    Trip Odometer not turning over

    Hello all,

    I am new to the forum and new to a TW in general. I've been eyeing one for the past few years and finally pulled the trigger on a 2011 that I found locally. I love the bike so far but the only problem that I have experienced with it is the trip odometer does not function correctly. The tenth-mile portion of it tracks and turns however it refuses to turn over to any "full mile" and above. I have prowled the internet hoping that there was an easy fix but no luck. Is there anything that you all would recommend that I do? For now I am making note of the standard odometer reading to know when I need to be looking for gas but the more I ride, the more I am afraid that I will forget where I was! LOL

    Thanks for all the help in advance!

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    https://www.tw200forum.com/forum/tec...rip-meter.html

    Chances are the dog that engages the tenths to the ones is worn/broken...if the reset knob is fully pushed it.

    Used speedo units are available for about $40

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    If you don't know where you are....take the road less traveled...it will make all the difference ….
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    Quote Originally Posted by KodyM View Post
    Hello all,

    Is there anything that you all would recommend that I do? For now I am making note of the standard odometer reading to know when I need to be looking for gas but the more I ride, the more I am afraid that I will forget where I was! LOL

    Thanks for all the help in advance!

    Can't help with the trip meter but I have gone 30 miles several times after switching to reserve. I also carry a quart of fuel in a tool tube and a 20 oz aerosol tire inflator - sealer in another, to get closer to help if needed
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    Thanks for all the help guys! Yeah, SportsterDoc I think you are right about the little paw in there for single miles not engaging, I may have to rip it apart and see if it can be fixed when I get a chance. I may even tack on one of the Trail Tech Vapor head units and see how that goes.

    Shag, I have been looking into throwing a rotopax onto the rear rack or mounting one of the small MSR bottles below the lip of the rack just to have that extra fuel if I need it...you never know!

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    See this thread for another possibility

    https://www.tw200forum.com/forum/gen...emounting.html
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    I see these aftermarket speedometers on Amazon and Ebay but you might have to search and see if they are available in miles not KMs

    https://www.ebay.ca/itm/Speedometer-...Bc9M5A&vxp=mtr

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