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2001 Kawasaki Kx250


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2001 KAWASAKI KX250

This bike is in excellent condition and has been maintained thoroughly.

previous owner bought the bike new, i bought it from him 18 months ago and have ridden it 4 times, reason for sale, bike barely gets used, and a lack of storage space.

BIKE HAS THE FOLLOWING :

* NEAR NEW REAR TYRE (3 RIDES OLD)

* FRONT TYRE 70%

* NEAR NEW FRONT & REAR BRAKE PADS.

* NEW PISTON AND RINGS (15 HOURS OF RIDING OLD)

* NEAR NEW BOYSEN DUAL STAGE POWER REEDS

* NEAR NEW FORK SEALS

* REAR SHOCK RECENTLY REBUILT

* NEW LINKAGE & SWINGARM BEARINGS DONE AT THE SAME TIME.

* PRO TAPER BARS WITH RISERS & BAR PAD & EGO BARKBUSTERS

* CHAIN & SPROCKETS 95%

* NEAR NEW GRIPS

* PRO CIRCUIT POWER PIPE

* PRO CIRCUIT SHORTY MUFFLER

* ALWAYS RUN MOTUL 800 @ 33:1

* ALWAYS USED MOTUL TRANSOIL EXPERT AND CHANGED GEARBOX OIL EVERY 10 HOURS OF RIDING

* THIS BIKE IS IN VERY GOOD CONDITION AND VERY RELAIBLE

* BIKE HAS REC REGO (reg'd until JUNE 2012) CAN BE TRANSFERED WITHOUT ROADWORTHY AT EXTRA COST

PRICE: $3399 ono

contact me:

[email protected]

0401 873 739

thanks,

Greg

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