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2002 Honda Xr on 2040-motos

US $3,850.00
YearYear:2002 MileageMileage:100
Location:

Gillette, Wyoming, United States

Gillette, Wyoming, United States
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Honda XR tech info

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Honda XR description

Like new. Has about 100 miles on it. Got it from a guy who put 28 miles on it and parked it. I put 70 miles on it and laid it down bending the rear rim and breaking my collarbone. Still rides perfect. Can be picked up in Gillette Wyoming. Could meet buyer if not to far.

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