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2009 Husqvarna Wr300 on 2040-motos

US $3,000.00
YearYear:2009 MileageMileage:9

Arnold, Missouri, United States

Arnold, Missouri, United States
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Husqvarna WR300 photos

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Husqvarna WR300 tech info

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Husqvarna WR300 description

 Ready to ride.

The bike runs great. Usually starts on one or two kicks. Once it is warm, it will start on one kick.

Fork seals were replaced January 2016.

Comes with some extra plastics, headlight, new front and rear brake pads, new wheel bearings and new swing arm bearings/rebuild kit if you need it.

It also comes with a Rekluse auto clutch. I bought the bike with the auto clutch installed and decided to take it out because I thought it was cheating. :-)

If you have any questions, just let me know.

Moto blog

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