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    Re: Funny NT story

    Quote Originally Posted by ett View Post
    Being an NT owner for only two years and 30k miles.

    If I had the resources. I would love to buy a couple of these NT's sitting at dealers.
    I would buy them and put them into storage until my current NT wears out and needs replacing.
    If I had more money and a place to keep one, I'd do the same.


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    Re: Funny NT story

    Quote Originally Posted by Phil Tarman View Post
    If I had more money and a place to keep one, I'd do the same.
    Same here, If I keep collecting parts I may be able to build one.
    2010 Silver NT 700, ROX riser, nothing else needed.

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    Re: Funny NT story

    Quote Originally Posted by Phil Tarman View Post
    If I had more money and a place to keep one, I'd do the same.
    For many things in my life, if I like it, I buy another and store it away since I know it, whatever it is, will go out of production. Things like travel wallets and belt knives. In the NT's case, I think many of us though we love the bike, think that something really great will come along in a few years that we will want to replace the NT with. Of the 16-18 bikes I have owned, this has always been the case and they only one I wish I still had is the Yamaha XV920 RH. So I dont think I will be storing a spare NT, but trying other bikes that are "thinking out of the box" for me like a Wee Strom, Triumph 800, or one of the smaller BMW GSs. And knowing my Old NT still has a few years left in her....
    2010 NT700v, "Spanish Dancer" , 2014 FJR "Red Torpedo"

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