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I love my bike, and I will never sell it. The money I could get back just dosn't seem like it will ever be worth it. Keeper! :)

post pics if you want, if you don't know how, yet have one. Email it to me and I'll post it

gyro@cogeco.ca

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I'm sure I'll trade it in sometime in the future.....if the wife lets me :) If not, I'm happy

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I will keep mine until it dies, then get another used one and swap all my parts to it. :)

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I plan on keeping it awhile. Probaly 4 more years. By that time there should be some killer bikes out, that I just can't resist. :)

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im sure i will always have new bike.its just my nature.but the trusty drz will always be in the garage too.i couldnt live with my self if i sold it.what would i ride be riding if had bought a new ktm and the triple clamp recall had popped up?my drz that what! :cool:20 years from now it will be one those bike that collectable.every body that sold there will be kicking them selves.i will still have mine.all the work i did has sentimental value.helped me thru some rough times in my life having something occupy me.

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got to get some new pics this one is from last year when i got the bike, its changed a bit since.

I have had a lot of fun with it and with all you on here so i'd like to hang on to old bluey for another year :)

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vrecksler - NICE looking bike, that thing looks like a tank! And I don't mean heavy and slow :)

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My truck and bikes are always for sale...for the right price! I don't own anything now that I'd want to keep forever.

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Well since i added the new exhaust and sticker kit I've changed my mind and keeping it another 6months :)

But seriously thinking about a WR450 for next year.

So this will prolly be for sale then..

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I swore I would never sell my CR and I did. I said I would never sell my KX and I did. But, this time i'm serious. I will never sell my DRZ.....well, unless it's to trade for a NEW one.

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midlife, your trying to post the whole page. For the correct URL, right click on your photo and go to properties. That will give you the URL for your photo.

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