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81' Suzuki 125 & 83' Yamaha 50 Trade For Vehicle on 2040-motos

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Salem, Oregon

Salem, OR
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1981 suzuki/yamaha Yamaha 50 needs new throttle cable ASAP, however runs and rides reliably as is. I've taken it to Salem and back three times already with no issues. The Suzuki is 81' I just fixed the float in the carb today both need new gas mix I have the oil just need the gas,I will empty the bad gas out of them and put new mix in if I get new both for a car or truck looks dont matter much must run &drive or need next two nothing to run &drive reliably... text pics of ur trade to or 850 cash for both or 425 cash each or trade for small pick up or car.ur trade needs to run and drive minor problems ok...text pics of ur trade to 971XXXXXX or may separate them for barter/cash..... cant figure out suzuki getting gas and spark still cant get it started.50 needs clutch pulled off and readjusted my buddy knocked it over in my driveway now runs like crap easy fixes just done messing with them $225 each right now no titles bothe have keys9713889369

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