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    I was out riding and getting my feet wet. Rode from 6-8,000 ft elevation thru a few creeks, rough washed out, rocky trails..but in the end..the waterfall was spectacular.













































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    2008 TW200 with a super cool exhaust

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    Oh and by the way..first 2 hours i broke a new foot peg

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    great pics XDAC thanks for sharin



    That red & white 87 is one sweet machine, vintage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by demarko69 View Post
    great pics XDAC thanks for sharin



    That red & white 87 is one sweet machine, vintage.
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    THATS YOU
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    Looks like good times on the TW's. Breaking a foot peg could be a very bad thing. Are those the extra wide chinese foot pegs?

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    Yep and i think i bought the cheaper ones by mistake. I did bring the stock foot pegs and pin's just in case. I ended up just putting a new pin in and using the broken peg and it seemed to hold up the whole ride.
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    8500 feet and no snow . You're living the good life. Great pictures of some pretty serious off-road. Thanks for taking us on a fine adventure............... Gerry (4200' with snow in the shadows)
    Take care my Friend.........

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    Looks like a lot of fun.



    I think I would rather be on my atv by the way some of the trails looked. Not really used to too much difficulty on off road stuff. Road street most of my life.

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    Get the D2Moto pegs. I've nailed both of mine hard enough to bend the brackets, nary a scratch on the pegs.



    Where exactly was that ride?



    I can explain it to you, but I can't understand it for you.

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