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Here is my 2005. 100% stock minus the handguards. Even the tires are stock. Owned it about 6 months now. Has just over 600 original miles. Getting revamped this winter with new plastics, graphics, tires, chain, jet kit, and some skid protection.

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And finally an action shot!

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Looks lovely and clean :thumbsup: - I have a 99 WR400F which I'm close to finishing in the next week or so. Just waiting for a flywheel and odo drive from the US being sent to me here in the UK. I can't wait to get it all up and running (bought it as a non-runner so fingers crossed !!).

I just hope it looks half as good as yours when it's done .... pics to follow ;o)

p.s. lovely looking sky (I'm from England so can't remember when ours last looked like that !):ride:

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Last high altitude ride of the year Kingston Peak trail @ 12,010'

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Jenny Lake on Rollins Pass 10,060'

Will all be snowed in till July :busted:

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heres my plated 99 i just got [winter project] 003-6.jpg

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needs jetting bars graphics piston pipe cam upgrade baja tank new tires chain sprockets guides etc.... 006-3.jpg

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008-6.jpg I like this bike a lot but it needs a reno but its perfect to ride 10 min to riding area[mtn]and back and 6min to work if i want. gonna do it up over winter and learn to do motor work myself more.. Edited by zokalr13

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Same bike-different day..

Best bike I ever owned..Does it all

ILOAD2, what front fender & windsheild is that on your bike?

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Bought this used in 03. Runs Mint!! I'd love to try a new one one of these days!!

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