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2001 Kx 125 Motocross Bike on 2040-motos

US $1,300.00
YearYear:2001 MileageMileage:100
Location:

Elkton, Maryland, US

Elkton, Maryland, US
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Kawasaki KX photos

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Kawasaki KX description

2001 kx 125 2 stroke.  Adult owned....    New  fmf pipe and Flame arrestor silencer...  dunlop tires  ( like new) ...  Renthal Bars....    Bike is in really nice condition and runs great.  All plastic is  in great condition and graphics.   Scuffs on casing from boots and some on bottom of frame.   Bike has never been riden in heavy rocky areas.  Rims have absolutely no nicks.   All this bike needs is a rider. 

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