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I once owned a 2004 Yamaha FJR1300 ABS. I purchased the bike at an excellent price. The bike had an ABS braking system which made it stop on a dime without skidding of sliding. When I needed a part for the bike, I always looked for good used Yamaha motorcycle parts at our local motorcycle salvage yard. I never believed in buying those expensive new OEM Yamaha motorcycle parts when I could buy good used Yamaha motorcycle parts for ½ the price of new OEM Yamaha motorcycle parts. I also owned one of the 2004 Yamaha ATVs. I had quite a few wrecks and accidents on my 2004 Yamaha ATV. After an accident, I always checked for good used Yamaha ATV parts before I was forced to buy new OEM Yamaha ATV parts. One thing to remember is, whether you own a 2004 Yamaha FJR1300 ABS or a 2005 Yamaha ATV, you need to save your hard earned money. Always go to ATV salvage yards to find good used Yamaha ATV parts. That way you will not need to pay the high prices that new OEM Yamaha ATV Parts cost.
I live in Beaumont, Texas and have lived here for the past 56 years. There was at one time 3-4 salvage yards within 100 miles of Beaumont. They always had a large amount of motorcycle and ATV salvage. If I wanted to save money, I always checked first to see if they had the part that I was in need of. Over the years, most of the salvage yards have closed down for one reason or the other. Now there is only one salvage yard within 100 miles of Beaumont. The first time I was introduced to a salvage yard, I was very impressed by how low the prices were. The prices were at least 1/2 or less of what I would have had to pay at the local motorcycle dealer. I instantly felt that I was in heaven. From that point forward, I never went to a dealership to buy my replacement motorcycle or ATV parts again.
This past summer I had the chance to travel to a small town down in Texas called New Ulm. When I was there, I had the honor of staying at a young ladies house by the name of Kelli Schroeder. I also visited with her three children by the names of Allyssa Schroeder, Macy Schroeder and Little JD Schroeder. After that, I visited with Kelli's grandparents, Mrs Oranell Bean and Mr Gerald Murphy Bean. They were all very nice people. While in New Ulm, I visited the only local cafe in town. I can't remember the exact name but that isn't important. The people there were very nice. The food was great and it wasn't expensive either. While waiting for my food to be served, I read the local news paper. There was a total of 4 pages to read. In the paper was a copy of the original news paper from back in 1900. It was kind of funny reading about what was interesting over 100 years ago. A hundred years ago, there probably were not hardly any roads in New Ulm. Currently there are only a few roads. To get to New Ulm, you must drive over twenty miles down a double lane road from either Brenham, Sealy or Columbus. The roads have lots of curves and no shoulder to pull off on. If someone were to have a flat tire and need to change it, they would have a very serious problem to address. There are lots of hills and most of the roads are not paved. They use some type of rock or slag to top off the roads in that area. They also pour some combination of oil or another chemical onto the roads in order to keep the dust from coming up and blinding the other drivers on the road at the same time.
I drove to Brenham, Texas a few years ago to purchase a load of motorcycle salvage. There is a Polaris Shop in Brenham that is owned by a friend of mine. His name is Robert. At one time he owned the Suzuki shop in Brenham. The Suzuki shop fell on hard times and nearly had to shut down about twenty years ago. Robert did not give up and twenty years later he owns two Suzuki shops.
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