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2005 Yamaha Yz125 Water Cooled on 2040-motos

$1,000
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Tulsa, Oklahoma

Tulsa, OK
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Yamaha YZ description

this bike is very fast runs well. it starts easy and runs strong. the bike needs the master cylinder rebuilt on the back breaks. it is off and in the process of being done but I need to sell the bike to pay a few bills so I am letting it go as is. I have an extra set of plastic for it. I will try to get pics up today. 1st 1000 takes it home. price is firm it is worth a lot more but I need to sell it today. you can text me at. text or email only please. if this as is still up it is still up for sale I will remove the as when it sells. I wont hold the bike for anyone if you want it bring cash and come get it. I am not 100% sure on the year I am going to check and make sure I am correct but it might be an 03.

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