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Mine is blue and battered, goes good though and never had to push it home biggrin

But had to pick it up on a few occasions no

Welcome in Yaraku

P.S. Try and fill out your details

it's good to know what part of the world we all come from

Cheers



-- Edited by BM Steve on Saturday 9th of February 2013 11:30:11 PM

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2004 TTR250 - Highway Dirtbike Hand Guards, 38mm Bar Risers, D606 Front & Rear, Opened up Airbox with Twin Air Filter, Re-jetted Carby, B+B Bash Plate & Frame Guards, DIY 3mm Alloy Tail Tidy, 14/47 Gearing.

 



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Hello everyone.

Is this where TTR people are?

I have one - but it is rather old, blue and battered.

Yuraku



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Yuraku wrote:

Hello everyone.

Is this where TTR people are?

I have one - but it is rather old, blue and battered.

Yuraku


 Hello Yuraku & welcome

Yep we are here wink

We love old & battered,it makes it exciting as there is (usually) many questions that go with them smile

 



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Sheesh, that was quick.

My TTR may be old, blue and battered but that is what you end up with when they are used for what they are designed.

Thanks for the welcome.

Yuraku



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BM Steve wrote:

P.S. Try and fill out your details

it's good to know what part of the world we all come from



If I try and fill out all the requested details there will be no element of wonder left. blankstare

Looking at other posters' User Details I note that the majority are incomplete confuse - so I don't think I'll bother with mine. nodisbeliefno

Suffice it to say that it is currently very wet outside. bleh

Yuraku



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Welcome to TTR land, Yuraku.

If it's as wet outside where you are as it is ouside here in Devon then you'd better start building an Ark! biggrin

Martyn



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Hello Yuraku, welcome.

Its not much better over here in Surrey Martyn.  Begining to think cutting that snorkel down might be regretted biggrin



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