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2009 Kawasaki Klr on 2040-motos

US $4,900.00
YearYear:2009 MileageMileage:5 ColorColor: Green
Location:

Jeffersonville, Vermont, United States

Jeffersonville, Vermont, United States
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Kawasaki KLR photos

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Kawasaki KLR tech info

Engine Size (cc)Engine Size (cc):685 TypeType:Dual-Purpose For Sale ByFor Sale By:Private Seller

Kawasaki KLR description

I'm selling a well cared for KLR 650. This bike is all set up for long distance touring, and has many extras! I was planning on riding it across country, but am no longer able to do so. I am the second owner of this bike, and I have taken good care of it, oil changed regularly, with synthetic 10-w40. The first owner had a 685 kit installed. The only thing missing at this point is a rider! 

EXTRAS:
Tusk panniers + rack - $400
Tusk crash guards - $170
Krator foot pegs - $20
Cree U7 LED fog lights - $40
Wattman thermobob - $125
Eagle Mike Doohickey - $130
Top Gun Rear Suspension - $80
Progressive front Suspension - $90
Dynojet performance jetting - $50
Tusk front + Rear braided stainless brake lines - $80
Tusk 1 1/8 fat bar + mounting bracket- $56
Upper + Lower KLR Dash - $260
Ram phone mount - $35
Zero Gravity sport touring windscreen - $90
Bikemaster heated grips - $40
Kenda offroad 17" heavy duty tire tube + rim guard - $25
Kenda offroad 21" heavy duty tire tube + rim guard - $25
Extra 17" tube
IRC GP1 Front + Rear Tires (1/2 life on rear, front like new)
Eagle Mfg. 685cc piston - (installed by original owner)

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