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 Just signed up to the forum. Lots of great info here. Have been buying gear from the shop as well. I am from South Australia.

Got a few things to fit to the 2005 TTR. I also have a 1991 TT350

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Welcome to the forum Simon!

Love the bike lift. Need lots of garage room not to be tripping over them when not in use though....

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Good to have you on here Simon

Love the bike, what sort of seat/ tank cover is that? and I like the side panniers.

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Welcome, Simon.

Your set up looks impressive.

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That bike lift is a ripper, would make it easier to work on for sure

 

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Thanks Brian.

The lift is great. Only had it a month or so and had both bikes up there.

The TT is up there now waiting for my exhaust to come back.

Saves the knees and back. A good investment but not cheap.

 

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Good to have you on here Simon

Love the bike, what sort of seat/ tank cover is that? and I like the side panniers.

Steve


 Thanks Steve.

All my parts turned up the other day thanks. Keen to get them fitted up.

The seat/tank cover is from Miller Utility here in Oz.

http://www.aussiepowersports.com.au/tanks-and-seat-covers-30/TTR250

The saddlebags are just cheapies from Third Gear.

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Welcome, Simon.

Your set up looks impressive.

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 Thanks Martyn

I got lucky and picked up a tidy 2006 model with 2400km on the clock a couple of years ago.

Starting to add some bits now.

Renthal High bars, B&B bash plate and frame guards, 14/52 gearing. I have the shorty front pipe and FMF muffler.

Watching with interest the 350 thread. Might be time to look for a TTR that needs some TLC.

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TerryK wrote:

That bike lift is a ripper, would make it easier to work on for sure

 

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 Hi Terry

I wish I had bought it years ago!

As Brian mentioned it does take up some room but I think it will live in the carport.

It's too heavy to hang on the shed wall!!

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Good news the parts turned up already, just over a week, not to bad as you are the other side of the worldsmilesmilesmile



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Good news the parts turned up already, just over a week, not to bad as you are the other side of the worldsmilesmilesmile


 That's for sure Steve! 7 days - can't believe it. Quicker than Oz post doing local parcels.

I ended up with a DID chain at $115 Aud at my local bike shop. The Renthal ones were $170 Aud

online compared to about $100 Aud from you. Hope the DID lasts ok.

 

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Simon

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