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04 Yamaha Yzf600 on 2040-motos

$2,500
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San Antonio, Texas

San Antonio, TX
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I am selling my Yamaha yzf600. It's in attractive shape and has some normal wear on it. It's got an aftermarket exhaust and an aftermarket sprocket so its lower geared. It also has blue LED's. Runs great and I just had the bike in the shop and had new front and back brakes put on as well as a tune up and a new speedo cable. Title in hand.I hate to sell the bike but I have 1 too many and the wife says I need to sell 1 of them. I am asking $2500 obo. Cash only NO paypal, no scammers, and no joyrides.If interested please send text to Dave at. No lowballers! It's a great cheap bike and I hate to see it go.yamaha, R1, R6, honda, suzuki, kawasaki, motorcycle, cycle, sportbike

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