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From: Darryl <darryl@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
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Subject: Buying R1200 RT anything i need to watch out for?
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     i am almost about to purchase a 2007 1200RT with only 5000 miles  
on the

It is the standard model with the Radio/CD option fitted.

Is there anything that i should watch out for or be aware of before i  
with my hard earned cash?

I am currently running a 99 R1100RT and it has been great. Must admit
though i am eager to find out just how much they have progressed with  
1200. Hope i am not disappointed.

Thnks in advance.. Darryl
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