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    A little Ozark TDubbery

    I finally got a chance to slip off and enjoy this nice weather, here's my little tractor in it's natural habitat.



    Last edited by r80rt; 02-22-2014 at 02:40 PM.
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    Glad you got out. Looks like a beautiful day for a ride. Mine still in the barn for some minor maintenance and I might get out for a short afternoon ride soon. That XT gas tank is still one of the best looking tanks I've seen on a TW. Thanks for sharing and inspiration to go riding.
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    Admiral, I hope you get a chance to get out and roll around soon, it sure felt good to be out there. Thanks, I kinda like that tank too
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    What a lovely place to be able to go for a ride out
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    Although I didn't get to ride my T-dub (still undergoing major surgery) I attended a tech day for the BMW RAMS, then went for a ride on the RT which included a stop tp pick up some parts for my T-dub. I will be attacking it bright and early in the morning!

    R80RT, where in AR are you located? I am 40 SW of Memphis in Holly Springs Ms.

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    Love the area... I was born and raised in Paragould... Spent many a summer on Spring River....
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    That is pretty country. I used to drive through Hardy on the way to Springfield.
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    Hey R80 what is the capacity of that tank and it's from an XT what? Forgive my ignorance.
    Sidenote...my dad was born and raised in Searcy and I actually still have family in that area

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    The tank is from a Yamaha XT225, it's holds 2.3 gallons, a half gallon more than stock, it's a pretty easy install too. I wanted a bigger tank but couldn't find one from a XT350, but this one holds enough gas that I don't worry about it now.
    Here is a better look.

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    Quote Originally Posted by naluboy View Post
    Hey R80 what is the capacity of that tank and it's from an XT what?
    https://tw200forum.com/forum/performa...t225-tank.html
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