hick487

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

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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,

The simple way to do it is click on this button insertimage.gif

and then add the url of the place where your picture is located in the promt box. :ride:

**** or you can use this IMG script right on your screen. Just dump all the **'s and put your URL G]here[/ ;)

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It's a 1997 w/ 3500 miles street miles. It came with FMF Q2 pipe, DJ kit, windscreen, aluminum rack, Corbin seat, firmer springs Eibach fork and shock springs and all the OEM take-offs. I've hardly had a chance to ride it.

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Mike

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/\ VERY nice 350!! I bet it rips!

It's a 1997 w/ 3500 miles street miles. It came with FMF Q2 pipe, DJ kit, windscreen, aluminum rack, Corbin seat, firmer springs Eibach fork and shock springs and all the OEM take-offs. I've hardly had a chance to ride it.Mike

That's a 1997?!?!?! If so, thats the cleanest one I've ever seen. :ride:

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That's a 1997?!?!?! If so, thats the cleanest one I've ever seen. :ride:

OOps, a 2007!

What happened to the last decade?

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Mike, what kind of tires are you running on your bike? (just curious)

Still has the stock tires, Trailwings, I think. They seem to be lasting a long time, 3700 miles of pavement and the rear center still has over 50% tread.

Mike

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Thats one gorgeous machine, wish I had a black one ;) How can anyone say DR's are ugly after looking at one like that? its only ugly when you take a blue/yellow model and then put a huge white aftermarket tank and parabellum windscreen on (no offense anyone). Make sure you leave it as is :ride:

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Braaap what type of windscreen is that?

It's a MRA Roadshield, a high quality unit made in Germany. I like it a lot because I can leave the two ball joints loose enough that I can adjust the angle when I ride but they are still tight enough that the wind pressure doesn't move them. It does a good job of keeping the wind pressure off my chest (I'm 6'-04") but it's small enough that I don't notice any "sail" effect on the bars. I haven't tested it in strong sidewinds but I don't think it'll be an issue.

Mike

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It's a 1997 w/ 3500 miles street miles. It came with FMF Q2 pipe, DJ kit, windscreen, aluminum rack, Corbin seat, firmer springs Eibach fork and shock springs and all the OEM take-offs. I've hardly had a chance to ride it.

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IMG_3831.jpg

:ride:

Mike

I think you mean a 2007 right? At least it's a 2007 tank, looks like the spitting image of my 07!

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Front view (and the decievingly deep mud hole I erm...fell into:blush:

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Rear view

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Who said the stock rear spring is too soft! It just likes to use it's full range of travel.

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Washing the bike after the days ride.

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Here's a DR370 I picked up on craigslist that was just aching for a little love. I'm going to pull all the rusty bits and spray them with a little rustoleum... flat black. the fenders and tank are also getting a paintjob, and I need to find signals and a brake light that work. It's a project for my roommate, I already have mine done... the DR200 at the end.

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your dr 370 looks like a 1980 dr400 or 81 500. the tank is 80 dr400 or 81 500. also the 370 didn't have an alum. swingarm. i don't think. could be wrong on this. i had an 80 dr400. nice project anyway!!!

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