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1998 Honda Xr 400 Motocross Dirtbike Great Condition, Runs Awesome on 2040-motos

US $1,900.00
YearYear:1998 MileageMileage:12000
Location:

Lancaster, Pennsylvania, US

Lancaster, Pennsylvania, US
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Honda XR photos

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Honda XR description

  Im selling my 1998 Honda XR 400 dirt bike. This bike has no title (I bought it that way). It has new tires and tubes, steel shift lever, hand protectors and sprocket and chain.Ive had this bike maintained on a regular basis, runs awesome. Pretty fast and fun to ride. Comes with manual. The bike has scratches in the front fender and side plates and a dent in the muffler, does not effect performance. Ready to ride! Buyer will be responsible for pick-up. Cash in person upon pick-up. please no pay-pal.

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