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2002 Yamaha Yz 426 Needs Nothing on 2040-motos

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Fresno, California

Fresno, CA
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Yamaha YZ description

Here is a super clean, high power dirt bike. Buy it today, ride it today. This bike runs perfectly and is correct in every way. Starts 1st kick every time, runs flawlessly all day long. It needs absolutely nothing. It has all the right stuff, handle bars, levers, rims, jets, exhaust etc... Adult owned and ridden. Never raced, perfect compression. Broken foot forces sale. You will not be disappointed. $1950 or best offer. Pink in hand, green sticker till July 2014Serious buyers please call with any questions. If the ad is still up, it's still available no need to text and ask if its still available. Due to scammers and knuckleheads, I will not respond to e mail. DaveCR KX DZ RM dirtbike motocross enduro RM trail moto

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