hick487

alright guys lets see ur dr's! put up some pics!

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heres my project so far haha its a 1995 DR250S

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ill put up some pics when its done should be soon....:ride:

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Here's my most recent pic. Not the greatest cause I took it with my cell phone, but you get the idea.

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OK, I'll play along with the crappy cell phone pic.

This is a couple days ago with fresh knobbies looking way too clean.

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Ok, I'll play. 2008 DR650SM

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That may be the best looking 650 I've seen! It's

a BEAUTY!:ride:;):p

Regards Sonny

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Hey guys,

I've been trying to figure out how to post photo's. I searched for some info but can't seem to find out how. Can someone point me in the right direction?

Thanks,

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