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2008 Yamaha Raider on 2040-motos

$14,999
YearYear:0 MileageMileage:19
Location:

Hurst, Texas

Hurst, TX
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2008 Yamaha Raider Cruiser Original owner, 19,661 original miles, Garage kept Custom painted with white ghost flames on custom front and rear shiny black fenders and gas tank Vance and Hines wrapped exhaust, lowered chassis Displacement, 1900.00ccm Engine type, V2, four stroke Gearbox, 5 gear Front brakes, Double Disc Rear brakes, Single Disc Front Suspension, Telescoping fork Rear Suspension, Swingarm Transmission type, final drive, Belt Comes with two keys, cover, loading ramp and a L black cross helmet It has never been laid down or wrecked In showroom condition and drives good Serious inquiries only Qualified buyers are eligible for financing, nationwide shipping and extended warranties. Engine Description:

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