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2005 Yamaha TW200.



As some of you may remember, I purchased this bike last December from a gentleman who was selling this in Bandon, Oregon for $2300. I even paid to have it shipped ...ouch


I wish I had a place or the time to ride it.

I don't think I need to tell the people here anything else about this bike, other than the added accessories that it has:



Re-upholstered seat with 2" of 60lb foam and 1" of 30lb foam. Makes a HUGE difference in the comfort of the seat.



Also have added, and is included, a Stearns seat pad that is popular with the guys on the TW 200 forums.



Ricochet Skid plate - MUCH stronger than the flimsy skidplate that is stock (which I have and will include)



Cyclerack Front and Rear racks. The Front rack is NOT shown in the pictures but I do have it and it is included in the price.



New O-ring chain. Installed by Lifecycle of Kalamazoo, Mi.



Ride-On treatment. LOTS of good tread left.



Kolpin Fuel Pack Jr.



I also have an spare headlight and spark plug I will include.



The bike has been maintained by Lifecycle of Kalamazoo, Mi. Had an oil change before it started snowing. I warm it up on a regular basis.





Asking $2400 OBO. Call me @ 269-598-4654 or [email protected] . If I don't answer, leave a message and I will get back to you as soon as possible.



Thanks!



Larrs











 

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Sale went through this morning.





Not without a few hitches. He had some truck trouble on the way up and I had to get to work, so after we loaded it up I had to leave. He calls me back and he has no reverse on his F250...

I am already at work and my wife, being paranoid, won't open the door, which I guess is understandable. Had a few neighbors wake up out of their drunken stupor to push him out of the driveway. He's only got 4th gear and no reverse and about an hour and a half drive....



Jack, if you see this, I wish you the best of luck getting home.



To the rest of the TW'ers.....I'll miss you.
 

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My wife and I joined with her username, as it is her bike.



I made it home to northwest Indiana, dropped the truck at the repair shop, enjoyed a 6~7 mile ride over the icy hardpack to my home out in the sticks. Little bike really has nice manners in a low traction environment.



It took a bit of rearranging, but my half of the 2-car garage now holds 2 dualsports, 3 dirtbikes, 2 sport-touring bikes, and five bicicles (and a snow-blower)



And mga60tw, she's a 1996 Chevrolet Silverado K2500, with 250,000 miles on the clock. Just broke in and it's failing huh? Shoulda bought that Ford :)
 

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Glad you made it home. The TW is a great bike and I love mine. I have a 2007/2500 diesel and it is the best truck on the highway. Sorry about the tranny. Even a broken Silverado is better than a new Ford truck!! Enjoy the TW!!!
 
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