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    Jack_1980_GS250T Guest

    Default New from Maryland!

    Hey everyone!

    Just got a 1980 GS250T a couple of weeks ago and wanted to introduce her to the forum!

    Jack
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    Default Another "T"

    Welcome Jack!

    Very nice "T". Beautiful little town you are from...about 130 miles from Dover, DE.

    Post your "T" on this thread: https://www.thegsresources.com/_foru...nk)&highlight=

    You'll like the helpful members here. See you around.


    Ed
    GS750TZ V&H/4-1, Progressive Shocks, Rebuilt MC/braided line, Tarozzi Stabilizer[Seq#2312]
    GS750TZ Parts Bike [Seq#6036]
    GSX-R750Y (Sold)

    The fact that you infer my non-acceptance is what I'm talking about. (31Jan2021)
    Quote Originally Posted by GSXR7ED
    Forums are pretty much unrecognizable conversations; simply because it's a smorgasbord of feedback...from people we don't know. It's not too difficult to ignore the things that need to be bypassed.

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    Welcome to the site, Jack.
    Bike looks great. Looks like the Handlebars MIGHT be a bit lower that stock?
    2@ \'78 GS1000

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    Jack_1980_GS250T Guest

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    Quote Originally Posted by steve murdoch View Post
    Welcome to the site, Jack.
    Bike looks great. Looks like the Handlebars MIGHT be a bit lower that stock?
    Thanks, Steve! And yes, the handlebars are aftermarket - decided I wanted something a bit lower... but other than that the bike is essentially 100% stock!

    Here is closer picture:
    IMG_1370.jpg

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    Jack_1980_GS250T Guest

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    Quote Originally Posted by GSXR7ED View Post
    Welcome Jack!

    Very nice "T". Beautiful little town you are from...about 130 miles from Dover, DE.

    Post your "T" on this thread: https://www.thegsresources.com/_foru...nk)&highlight=

    You'll like the helpful members here. See you around.


    Ed
    Thanks, Ed! I will be sure to hop on that thread and bring it back to life (hopefully)

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    Default Beautiful "T"

    I had to rotate your pic and post it! I'm jealous...the spoke wheels are cool...plus, it looks like a fun bike.




    Ed
    GS750TZ V&H/4-1, Progressive Shocks, Rebuilt MC/braided line, Tarozzi Stabilizer[Seq#2312]
    GS750TZ Parts Bike [Seq#6036]
    GSX-R750Y (Sold)

    The fact that you infer my non-acceptance is what I'm talking about. (31Jan2021)
    Quote Originally Posted by GSXR7ED
    Forums are pretty much unrecognizable conversations; simply because it's a smorgasbord of feedback...from people we don't know. It's not too difficult to ignore the things that need to be bypassed.

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    Very nice survivor. Welcome!
    Current Bikes:
    2001 Yamaha FZ1 (bought same one back)

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