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I've recently pulled my 1987 TW200 (one of the first 300 made) out of moth balls and run it on the street this past summer. It has a new CDI, new stator coil and new sprockets and DID Professional Series o-ring chain. It looks and runs like a new bike. I'll take $CDN 2000 O.B.O. for it. I'm selling it because of a medical issue with my hands. I have an offer on it which I'll take as soon as I get a safety certificate (next week ?), if I don't get a better offer before then. Location is Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.



What a great forum this is. I'll be sorry to leave the T-DUB CLUB.
 

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I've recently pulled my 1987 TW200 (one of the first 300 made) out of moth balls and run it on the street this past summer. It has a new CDI, new stator coil and new sprockets and DID Professional Series o-ring chain. It looks and runs like a new bike. I'll take $CDN 2000 O.B.O. for it. I'm selling it because of a medical issue with my hands. I have an offer on it which I'll take as soon as I get a safety certificate (next week ?), if I don't get a better offer before then. Location is Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.



What a great forum this is. I'll be sorry to leave the T-DUB CLUB.


Well, last night I sold my TW to a younger family man.(SIGH)His son has a dirt bike and he wants to be able to ride with him and possibly drag him home from time to time. 23 years ago I bought this machine for exactly the same reason. How things change and yet they stay the same !



I guess I'm getting philosophical 'cause I'm feeling sad about parting with the TW. That bike, my kids, and I had a lot of fun together. I'm also sad about leaving this forum. I can hardly believe what a wonderful community it is. I'm not sure which loss is the greater.



Farewell to you all. May your bikes run smoothly, the trails be long, and your butts be strong.



TW-87

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