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US $4,750.00
YearYear:1979 MileageMileage:100 ColorColor: Yellow
Location:

O'Neill, Nebraska, United States

O'Neill, Nebraska, United States
No title, US $4,750.00, image 1

Suzuki All description

Selling my 1979 vintage rm400.
This bike is the cleanest 400 I have ever seen. Two stroke, recently 100% gone threw. Front forks are off of a 1982 rm400, for larger forks and smoother riding. Bike is super clean front to rear. Newer tires front still has tits back is 90% tread. New chain and sprockets, carb recently cleaned and trans fluid was changed, recently replaced piston and rings just to check out top end and looked great. New fork seals, gold rims, oshlin shocks, gold handle bars, this thing is Mint other than one small ding in pipe. Pipe is the DG series. Many things I'm forgetting will post them on comments when I remember them. 4023409628

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