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2008 Honda Crf150f Dirt Bike on 2040-motos

US $2,495.00
YearYear:2008 MileageMileage:0 ColorColor: Red

Sycamore, Illinois, US

Sycamore, IL, US
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Honda CRF photos

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Honda CRF tech info

TypeType:Dirt Bike PhonePhone:8887245530

Honda CRF description

2008 Honda CRF150F, Very clean, stock condition. - Very well maintained. Runs strong. New battery being installed by our shop. Call Jennifer at 815 991 9166 for more details and demo Honda desciption: Smooth, easy-to-use power, plush suspension and responsive handling make the CRF150F full-sized off-road fun in a mid-size package. With electric starting, a five-speed, manual-shift gearbox, new, narrower seat, fuel tank, and dependable 149 cc four-stroke engine, its the ideal machine for recreational riders, teen-size to grown-up.

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