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Old 10-27-2007, 11:01 AM   #61
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I thought you went outta town?
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Old 10-27-2007, 11:04 AM   #62
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Cliff...

Gimme your wheels man!


I thought you went outta town?
internet is worldwide!
ya, i'm down in corpus on the lap top.

but no, you can't have the wheels! but you can ride the bike around!
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Old 10-27-2007, 11:53 AM   #63
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I think the XR650R is a great bike for a tard. Like XrCajun says its a little heavy and long legged for true tight Supermoto racing but it can definitely go to the track. I know a few people with Xr650R motards and they are very happy with them. The XR650R is much better on the street around these parts than the smaller woods or motocross bikes.

XRCajun: its been a long time since I have seen you. Remember that day up in the forest when we had that little XR200 chasing behind us? hehe

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Yeah hey Vaugh I didn't you were on this board. I remember well. You know since then I bought a really good used XR400 and dualsported it and now have hardly riden it at all. I ran it up at the forest once, out near Austin once, a long beach run once and that's it. It still has its original tires on it and I think I'm going put it up for sale. Just not getting out enough off roading because of work and family stuff lately.

Well good to hear from you.
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Old 10-27-2007, 01:07 PM   #64
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Yeah hey Vaugh I didn't you were on this board. I remember well. You know since then I bought a really good used XR400 and dualsported it and now have hardly riden it at all. I ran it up at the forest once, out near Austin once, a long beach run once and that's it. It still has its original tires on it and I think I'm going put it up for sale. Just not getting out enough off roading because of work and family stuff lately.

Well good to hear from you.
Well hey, I know a guy that needs one. How much you want, I may be able to solve this for you this weekend? haha
He really does need an XR400 and a trailer too.
Yeah, good to see ya around here. Lets ride sometime, dirt or street it doesnt matter to me.
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Well hey, I know a guy that needs one. How much you want, I may be able to solve this for you this weekend? haha
He really does need an XR400 and a trailer too.
Yeah, good to see ya around here. Lets ride sometime, dirt or street it doesnt matter to me.
I sent you a PM. Thanks a lot!

I want to do some dirt I just haven't had the time to take out a whole day or weekend and do it.

Have any plans to go down to the Rally next weekend? I have tickets to the SM race.

Carbon sorry we highjacked your thread here! I hope we've helped you also.
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Carbon sorry we highjacked your thread here!
I was thinking the same thing as I logged back in.

No news on the motor yet. I may take Wednesday off and drive down to get the bike. I WANT to have it for next weekend.
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