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2013 Husqvarna Wr 125/144 (vacaville) on 2040-motos

$5,999
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Sacramento, California

Sacramento, CA
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2013 Husqvarna WR 125/144 (vacaville), $5,999, image 1

Husqvarna WR description

125 not enough? also comes with a FREE 144 kit for "Big Bore" power, does Yamaha or KTM do that? Extremely light weight with top quality KYB twin chamber forks .This bike is honestly the funnest thing on 2 wheels, claw your way to the top of the mountain on this crazy light weight machine! low interest financing available o.a.c. payments can be around a $100/month! so what are you waiting for it's time to get out and have fun! on sale, only $5999 plus applicable charges. Come check out the FUN at MotoXotica in beautiful downtown Vacaville, be sure to bring your truck, you WILL want to take this machine home! (707)446-XXXX

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