Hey Bob, good to hear from you.
I'm more the fix-it-myself type, but even then you have to have the tools, time, space, and experience to do the work.
I'm assuming a new bike and payments are out of the picture, so you have two basic options.
Option 1 is to find a good local mechanic, get your ABS pump rebuilt as mentioned above, order tires online, and cut your repair costs in half.
An LT with 100K still has a lot of good miles in her, but problems with clutches, slave cylinders, and leaky engine/transmission seals do become a bit more of a concern.
Option 2 is to look for a good, used LT with a lot less miles on it, put the money into that instead, and get a "refresh" of a bike that you already love.
Our own Classifieds - Motorcycles
forum has several LT's available at various prices and mileages, ranging from $6K - $16K, and from 8K - 60K miles.
You could go with a '99-'01 that has the older ABS, an '02-'04 that has the power brakes, or an '05-up that has more power and the electric center stand. Any one of those would be a great option.
But just in case you can't find another black one, I'd go with an '99-'04 model, so you can just swap over your existing body panels. I mean, who ever heard of a Light Yellow Metallic BatByke?