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Another TTR has been haunting me the last month.  I keep on hoping it gets sold soon, so I can save some money.  It has a lowered seat so it will be perfect for the missus.  Advise from fellow addicts would be appreciated.  smile



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From a fellow addict,buy it. Two TTR's is the perfect number!

I have a Raid and a Bluey.

The lowered seat and buying it for the missus is the perfect excuse...

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set them up different, different tyres etc

Terry

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I,m terrible for for seeing something I,v already got and wanting another, especially a TTR, Hard for me to resist so my better half resists for me.

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Luckily for me that one was sold in time.

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OE and Bluey in my garagesmilesmile



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im the same with honda c50 c70 c90 any one got any cheapies any condition also got my ttr oe

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I'm back up to two, i think its easy to get greedy haha

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I always believed that the correct number of bikes (salmon rods or reels or whatever) was N+1 where N equalled the number you already had. Simples!


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Always keep a spare on hand ... soon enough they'll all be asking to trade the YZ for your TTR biggrin

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