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waynevb

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Hi, I have a 2004 FJR ABS model. Owned for 5 years. Still fairly low Kms, around 48,000 currently. I've done three trips around Tasmania and living in Geelong, VIC, we're lucky to have the Tasmania ferry here now. Bike has OEM tank cover, tank bag and a nice sheepskin seat cover. I've added a front and rear camera and just gone Darkside as a trial.
 

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Welcome from up over and near Dallas.
I'm curious about the black thingy in front of the shift lever. That is the first one I've seen.
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Hi, I have a 2004 FJR ABS model. Owned for 5 years. Still fairly low Kms, around 48,000 currently. I've done three trips around Tasmania and living in Geelong, VIC, we're lucky to have the Tasmania ferry here now. Bike has OEM tank cover, tank bag and a nice sheepskin seat cover. I've added a front and rear camera and just gone Darkside as a trial.

Fairly LOW km's? No kidding. That's less than 30,000 miles for a bike that's 18-19-20 years old. A month ago I bought for $3600 an '05 that had less than 30,000 miles on it. Depending on what year it actually started accumulating miles that's approx 1800 miles PER YEAR or 150 miles PER MONTH. That's crazy. Ride these things, y'all!
 
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