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1990 Kawasaki 1000 Concours. Needs Work But Has To Go! on 2040-motos

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I never talked to the previous owner so I don't know a lot about this bike. I jump started it and it sounds ok but it keeps revving up so it must need some carb work. I have not been able to drive it yet because I just put a pre-owned tire on the back and found a bad bearing on the drive side of the back wheel. A pair of them are about $50 on-line but I haven't had the cash to get them yet. I was hoping to get it together because obviously it will be worth more when it's drivable, but I need money now.The fairing is a bit broken up, the seat is torn, the battery is bad, and the front tire is pretty worn. Please call or text Dean at. Thanks!

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