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    Junior Member tumbleweedracer's Avatar
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    I'm looking for a used t-dub for my wife. It doesn't have to be aesthetically perfect, but I do want something in good mechanical shape, preferably with low miles.



    I'm in SW Kansas, but I'm willing to drive for the right deal.



    Please let me know if you have a bike to offer.



    Thanks!



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    howdy, Im north of Tulsa, I am not listing this bike for sale anywhere (I love it and will keep it but buying a new Harley so the extra money would be nice) but would sell to a member, shes a 2007 TW with only 800 miles, newer black plastic, taller handlebars, new chain, DG pipe, carb jetted and needle shimmed, not showroom clean but still pretty doggone nice $2500 is what I have in it and Ive seen alot of them bring that much and sell in one day of listing...If I was actually putting her on craigslist Id ask $2800 at least...











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    Wow...I'm all t-Dubbed up, or I'd ship it to socal. Nice offer...
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    Junior Member tumbleweedracer's Avatar
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    That's a sweet bike and a good price too, just a bit more than I'm wanting to spend.
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    Junior Member tumbleweedracer's Avatar
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    Still looking. Budget is around $1000. There's one for sale locally, but the guy is asking $220 over blue book retail in excellent condition
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    Quote Originally Posted by tumbleweedracer View Post
    Still looking. Budget is around $1000. There's one for sale locally, but the guy is asking $220 over blue book retail in excellent condition


    Have a link or pics to the one local to you?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Captain D View Post
    Have a link or pics to the one local to you?
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    I don't know how you get 80mpg...I have never gotten more than 60mpg. I run a 15/50 (whatever the stock rear is) and I even had Jimbo help with a tune up and we checked everything. These guys must be putting around at 15 mph to get the kind of mileage.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brock View Post
    I don't know how you get 80mpg...I have never gotten more than 60mpg. I run a 15/50 (whatever the stock rear is) and I even had Jimbo help with a tune up and we checked everything. These guys must be putting around at 15 mph to get the kind of mileage.


    I got 74.8 on a tank traveling 45-50 mph with stock gearing.

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    60 mpg Town/Dirt Roads



    going to put some Amsoil PI treatment through it and see what happens.
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