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Hodaka Wombat 125 Custom Rebuilt on 2040-motos

US $2,800.00
YearYear:1972 MileageMileage:50 ColorColor: Black
Location:

Las Vegas, Nevada, United States

Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
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Hodaka 125 Wambat photos

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Hodaka 125 Wambat description

Hello Everybody today I'm selling my 1972 Hodaka Wombat.
This bike has been rebuilt from the ground up. I've been
working on this bike now for about a year.
I put a lot of time and money into this project.
I really wanted to give this bike a mean/stealth look.
A couple of people at Hodaka really like
what I've done to the bike.

Check out the bike run here!!!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9V-WWp7TNp4&feature=youtu.be

Here are some of the things I've done to the bike

-New piston and rings
-Transmission and everything else in the bike look
just great
-All gasgets were replace and put in with new ones
-New carborator
-Painted the bike
-New chrome handle bars
-New petcock valves
-New airfilter
-New tubes and tires
-New spokes on the rims.
-New clutch and break levers
-New accelorator
-New brake cable, clutch cable and accelorator cable
-New seat with the back shorten and welded
-Wraped the exhaust to give it a cooler look
-New screws in some locations

Problems with the bike...

-Carborator leaking (FIXED!!!)
-True up back tire

Wont do shipping. Local Pick up only

BILL OF SALE

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