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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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Do you still have this bike available for sale? I just joined this site and am looking for one of these.

I would have to get it shipped down to Florida.
 

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Post back on here if it's still for sale.

Can you tell me how much the shipping cost you to get it from the left coast? Should be about the same to get it down here.
 

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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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