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2011 Ktm 65 In New Condition Price Reduced!!! on 2040-motos

$2,900
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Boise, Idaho

Boise, ID

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This bike was purchased for Flat track racing, the suspension was setup by Ronnie Brown. It has NEVER been jumped or on a motor cross track, the original tires, wheels and hubs from the factory are new, plus there are many NEW spares. The motor is completely stock, didn't need anymore horespower to dominate the flat track series. This bike has won every race it entered, we have only raced it two seasons, as I said it is in new condition my rider is moving up to a crf150r. Have all original parts to turn it back to a motorcross bike..$2,900.00 oboDennis

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