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2005 Yamaha Ttr 125e on 2040-motos

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Fort Wayne, Indiana

Fort Wayne, IN
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state road old 27 south 2005 Yamaha Ttr 125E Dirtbike4 Stroke!Kick start, AND electric! (Will need a new battery... starts 1st couple of kicks, and rides fine!)5 spd. Manual clutch.30-1/2" seat height.(Great mid-sized bike for learning to use a clutch!)It's only ever been serviced by a dealer! (Never been torn down!) Never raced!Has been ridden on trails, and in the backyard! Shed kept!Renthal bars, Scott grips, and Dunlop Rear tire in the spring!New longer BBR alum. folding shift lever for riding with MX boots. (You also get the stock one!)Comes with the Genuine Yamaha Shop Manual.Minor cosmetic plastic damage, but nothing that effects function.(Hey it's been ridden already!)E-mail with 125E in subject line only or will NOT open!Text260-243-242oneIF THE AD IS STILL UP>>>>ITS STILL FOR SALE!

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