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I sold this bike yesterday for $3000 cash. I spent lots of time trrying to remove this ad but to no avail...The moderator is free to remove it or leave it as a price comparison...



I was the original owner and the bike had only 600 miles and was in mint condition.





I did a KBB valuation on this bike and it said $3030 was a fair retail price for this bike in excellent condition. I added some for the factory luggage rack and for the Tusk handlebar risers, it still looks and runs like new...I was asking $3200







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Going to sell my 2009 TW200.



Original Owner, 600 miles.



Located in Mesa AZ



Has new battery in May 2011



It's completely stock but have added factory luggage rack and raised the handlebars 1"



Couldn't add pictures...it still looks new, when I figure out how I'll update this.
 

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Hi All,



Sorry about not psting pics of the bike, I just took some and will post them in a minute following the instructions provided by BBMS.



I just did a KBB valuation on this bike and it said $3030 was a fair retail price for this bike in this condition. I added some money for the factory luggage rack and for the Tusk handlebar risers.



Being in like new condition I am asking $3200.



Look for the pics in a little while...



Thanks to all who replied



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What kind of snake is that? My buddies just stumbled onto a Green Mojave Rattlesnake yesterday on a ride when they were exploring an old mine in AZ.

From the picture they took, it looks like the same kind of snake. Very deadly!
 

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What kind of snake is that? My buddies just stumbled onto a Green Mojave Rattlesnake yesterday on a ride when they were exploring an old mine in AZ.

From the picture they took, it looks like the same kind of snake. Very deadly!
It's a diamondback rattler that discovered me as I was brush cutting around a tree he/she was resting under. Initially he/she came after me, but after realizing I posed no threat, quickly resumed the siesta. I worked elsewhere after that, and the snake stayed near the tree all day. Now I know who makes the neat little circular-shaped "nests" around trees! MY
 
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