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2005 Yamaha Warrior 1700cc on 2040-motos

$6,000
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Anchorage, Alaska

Anchorage, AK
2005 Yamaha Warrior 1700cc, $6,000, image 1

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I have a 2005 Yamaha Warrior 1700cc for sell $6,000 ObO. Nothing mechanically wrong with it. Has a chip in the right handle throttle cap. It just unscrews and screws back on. The bike is plasti-dipped black. Comes right off. Original color is a maroon with ghost flames. If you don't know what plast-dip is, ask me or look it up. Brand new lithium, light weight, high CCA battery installed two weeks ago. HID installed in the front light. Yamaha "aftermarket" pipes installed. Loud pipes save lives. Got questions or want to see it, call or text me at. Text me for images. No tire kickers or free rides without the money present. Thanks

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