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    Quote Originally Posted by 300stw View Post
    id take the 1200 dollar one if i could get it closer to montana
    I'll keep you in mind if I ever run up that way I used to get to Helena etc fairly often when I lived in Seattle
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    I see just one is an "ES" model like my 1986.
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    Hey there. Do you have any 350s left?
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    Quote Originally Posted by redneck-limo View Post
    Hey there. Do you have any 350s left?
    aprx 8 of the 350's left
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    Oh wow, I remember those bikes as a kid and I didn't really like them then. Now, they look great to me! I wish I lived closer...

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    I've been super busy and have not had a chance to take new pics and price each BW350 but my range is $3k to $5k on the bikes pictured

    I have 2 ultra primos one is a 50 original mile BW350 that was fully gone through literally every part and piece was checked and replaced if there was any signs of wear. The gent did this for him and a BW200 for his wife to ride through their 20 planned years of retirement in Nevada but health forced them to move to 4 wheelers he said he greatly regretted putting lots of cash and time of time on a pair of bikes that were already showboats this BW350 is significantly more $$$ than my others as I paid significantly more to acquire it

    I then have a 100% original BW350 near showroom condition estimated 5 original miles of riding by grampy that bought it new u in Kingman AZ the only non OEM "flaw" is a hole on each side of the swingarm to mount passenger pegs aprx 3/8" holes I planned to weld and refinish. I believe this is the nicest surviving 1987 BW350 in existence I have never seen anything close. I'd hear offers or high end firearm trades HK, FN etc - this is the holy grail in all my BW350 exploring and I had to pay a stout number because the family knew what they had
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    Does the 350 have a "jack shaft" essentially the 2 chains like the 200? I had a 200 and was able to find more importantly the "jack shaft" chain adjusters from Fat Tire .com but have never seen any for the 350. Maybe 350 doesn't have them?
    My biggest gripe was it seemed I was always tightening the chains unlike my old Honda Fat Cat

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bodi View Post
    Does the 350 have a "jack shaft" essentially the 2 chains like the 200? I had a 200 and was able to find more importantly the "jack shaft" chain adjusters from Fat Tire .com but have never seen any for the 350. Maybe 350 doesn't have them?
    My biggest gripe was it seemed I was always tightening the chains unlike my old Honda Fat Cat

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    Yes the 350 does have the jackshaft just like the 200 and Fattire sells the replacement parts to fix this issue. I just recently rebuilt a 350 and used lots of parts from FT conversions.

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