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2006 Yamaha TW200 dual sport motorcycle - Low mileage (1037mi) - Electric start with new battery - cargo carrier added - custom turn signals but originals included - 1 inch handbarr riser - Manual kick start package added - Calif. emissions approved - Off road skid plate - Never raced (70 year old owner) - very clean.................. $2500

SOLD - 11-10-18 Thanks to all that made inquiries.....

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Any idea of the brand of the carrier? I've been looking and like the space you have in between the vehicle and bike.

2006 Yamaha TW200 dual sport motorcycle - Low mileage (1037mi) - Electric start with new battery - cargo carrier added - custom turn signals but originals included - 1 inch handbarr riser - Manual kick start package added - Calif. emissions approved - Off road skid plate - Never raced (70 year old owner) - very clean.................. $2500

Also available is an aluminum plate and steel framed carrier for transporting the bike behind a pick-up - Carrier has an integral ramp for loading and unloading - Deck space allows the use of a truck camper even with the bike secured ............... $400

Purchase both items together for $2800


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Discount Ramps offered one much the same design.

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No chance you, the TW, carrier and camper ever make it out to the east coast ? Figured it doesn’t hurt to ask...
 

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The original carrier was the cheapest one I could buy on eBay. Time and materials were used to simply extend it out from the hitch and insert a piece of 1/4" aluminum plate for the decking.
 

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Thanks Tooner - I responded to that PM - Don't give up, a great bike is out there with your name on it!
 

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Just a single bike carrier extended to allow 32" of clearance for opening the camper door. By using heavy duty ratchet straps on each end of the deck all wobbling and bouncing were eliminated. The bike rides rock solid even over very rough terrain.
 

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Hey Cable...just saw your avatar.
Thank you for your service, Sir!
 

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That looked like a pretty good deal. Congrats to whoever got it.
 
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