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Not enough used T700's about .............

Devon Longdude

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............ so I bought one of these, 2008 model with all the good extras, and very, very clean also, only 23k on the clock,! I owned one a few years ago, and with the high seat fitted, even I'm on tip toes (6'5") . I guess I'll have to wait for a T700 when more are for sale at a lower price, I can't afford a new one.

My brother gave me this 80's classic 🤭 BMW F650F Funduro (1988), he retired 8 years ago, pushed it into his garage and there it sat. 63 thousand miles. I got my grubby mits on it and with new oil and filter, spark plugs wheel bearings and a battery.......vroom vroom, it rides OK. It will be on ebay next week, should be a good cheap bike for someone. 







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If Yamaha had imported the T660 to the US, I'd have had one until the T7 came along.


Nice looking, and would have chosen that over a KLR

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The "old" 660 is a great bike. Rode one just like yours to Mongolia from the UK. Highways at 110kph were just doable, but after going into Kazachstan it was just in it's element. And even back then the white/red was the fastest :-).

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