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USED DIRTBIKE. I BOUGHT THIS WITH THE HOPES OF REBUILDING IT BUT I JUST DONT HAVE THE TIME. IT HAS GREAT BONES AND IT TURNS OVER (NOT SIEZED UP ETC) I HAVE AN EXTRA ENGINE (SHOWN IN PHOTOS) EVERYTHING YOU NEED IS THERE. DOES NOT CURRENTLY RUN BUT IT'S NOT FAR FROM IT.
SHIPPING IS BUYERS RESPONSIBLE FOR SHIPPING, HOWEVER I CAN RECOMMEND CARRIER
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Moto blogWed, 15 Jun 2011 00:00:00 -0700
Husqvarna will enter the twin-cylinder market in 2012 with a variation of the F800 powertrain from Husky’s parent company BMW, enlarged to around 900cc. This supermoto-styled version will undoubtedly be accompanied by a more dirt-worthy adventure-touring model. The test mule seen in these photos appears to use several components from the BMW F800R, including its swingarm and wheels.Tue, 13 Aug 2013 00:00:00 -0700
The Consumer Public Safety Commission announced a recall for the 2013 Husqvarna CR125, WR125, WR250 and WR300 off-road models because of a problem with the throttle cable. According to the CPSC, the throttle cables on the affected units may malfunction, causing the rider to lose control of the motorcycle’s speed, posing a crash hazard. No further details about the problem were announced by the CPSC, but a similar recall on the same models was announced for Australia in May.Wed, 11 Jul 2012 00:00:00 -0700
Husqvarna announced two new street bike models based on the Concept Strada unveiled last November at the Salon de la Moto show in Paris, France. The new TR 650 Terra and the TR 650 Strada expand Husqvarna‘s suddenly burgeoning street bike lineup alongside the Nuda 900 and Nuda 900R. Unlike the Nuda models however, the Strada and Terra are coming to the U.S. The Terra model is a dual sport equipped for light off-roading while the Strada is better suited for paved roads.
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