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1999 Suzuki 350 Dr on 2040-motos

$1,150
YearYear:0 MileageMileage:6
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THIS IS SETUP FOR DIRT, NO TITLE, CLEAN HISTORY REPORT, 6000K MILES, NEW FRONT AND REAR TIRES 100/80/21 FRONT AND 120/90/18 REAR BOTH ARE EXCELLA TORNADA. HAS CLARK TANK, WHITE BROTHERS EXHAUST, EXRTA FRONT FENDER, 42 TOOTH SPROCKET (NEW), BARK BUSTERS. HAVE CARB, BUT NEEDS REJETTING FOR THIS ALTITUDE AND WILL NEED BATTERY. HAS BEEN SITTING FOR A FEW YRS AND I'M NO LONGER INTERESTED IN DIRT BIKE RIDING. $1,150.00 OBO

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Thu, 14 Jul 2011

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