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1986 Honda Trx 250r (tustin, Ca) on 2040-motos

$3,900
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Orange County,

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1986 HONDA TRX250R $3900 STUNNING, FAST & DEPENDABLE QUAD WITH ALL THE GOODIES!!Elka Triple Rate (adjustable) front suspension, TCS rear shock re-build. Front Honda 400EX full hub, knuckle and brake conversion w/ steel braided lines. Herrman Racing long travel A-Arms, Noss adjustable steering stabilizer. Frame, rear hubs and swing-arm powder coated gloss black w/ multi color metallic-flake. Fresh top and bottom end just gone through. Long rod w/5mm spacer plate, Hinson clutch basket and new OEM clutch. V-Force Carbon reeds and block. ESR temp. gauge, PRM Products radiator shrouds. RPM exhaust flange, FMF Gold Series Fatty exhaust (NEW) w/ Power Core II silencer. DG front bumper and rear grab bar. AIR CONDITIONER Racing nerf bars and rear skid plate. Lone Star Axcaliber axle w/ anti fade and sprocket hub. OEM Honda gold rims with Maxxis Razr tires (95%) and set of Sand Sharks on Douglas (blue label) rims. Original OEM Honda white & blue plastics (in attractive shape no holes in seat cover), with OEM blue gas tank. Misc. bright parts. EXTRAS: gas cans, portable air tank, flags, misc. extra bolts and gaskets, stock axle, lubricants, jets etc. NEW EXTRAS in packaging: AVS clutch and front brake levers, Pro Taper Bars w/ adapter and ODI lock-on grips, Motion Pro clutch cable, Lone Star axle bolt, FMF exhaust packing and more bright parts.I am selling this quad because I do not use it any more. I have additional images if you would like I can send a zip file. Respond to craigslist email if interested.Honda, Kawasaki, Suzuki, Yamaha, LT, LTR, lt, ltr, TRX, trx, 250R, 250 r, TRX250R, TRX 250R, TRX 250 R, trx250r, trx 250r, trx 250 r, ATV, ATC, atv, atc, Quad, Quadracer, Dunes, dirt bike, 4X4, 4 X 4, Honda parts, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, Tustin, Orange County, California, CA

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