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Discussion in 'Pacific Northwet - Where it's green. And wet.' started by Road Rash, Nov 13, 2009.
that things badass
want it too.
to bad about the condition.
What are your thoughts on this? I feel the need for something older....
1976 Kawasaki KE175 - $600 (Boise)
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</figure> <section id="postingbody"> Selling my kawasaki KE175. Starts within the first four kicks, runs great.
New battery, rectifier, turn signal relay, head light.
Needs rear turn signals.
Has separate oil reservoir so no pre-mixing required.
I use it as my daily driver. I'm just looking to get something else. Would make a great starter bike, or would be great on the trails. Even rides great on the streets. Title in hand.
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Here is a super clean lookin XL600 for fairly cheap.
Awesome find! I love these, even in 2WD form. And of course, any of the first generation HiLux 4x4s\conversions are awesome.
But, if you think you are going to tow anything with a 22R powered RV that is also loaded down by being a 4x4, you are friggin' crazy.
Good price if it's as good as the seller says it is.
That little yota is cool.
I don't know: I had an '85 pickup, rated at 100 hp, FWD, with a camper that weighed 1100 lbs empty.
Loaded for camping, it would pull my utility trailer (with a bike and gear) at freeway speeds. Headwinds, or hills would bring it down to about 45 mph, but on flat windless roads it kept up just fine.
That's quite the paradoxical statement.
"Works fine... unless hills or headwinds"
I've owned 20R and 22R powered vehicles too.
not a bad looking deal, till you check out the last photo
Not really, 45 here and there in a long trip isn't really such a hardship.
But then, my point of view was formed driving worn out 1940s cars.
They had cars back then?
http://eugene.craigslist.org/mcy/3898492993.html 2nd gen KLR $2800
http://eugene.craigslist.org/mcy/3897893075.html '03 DRZ $2750 or trade for quad- I'm looking at you Rashy
Thanks, but not only do I already have a DRZ400, I doubt if he'd trade for a $1,000 quad
doesn't hurt to ask, cousin brother!
2006 Wee-Vstrom set up for dirt camping
Love the dual hi-pipes
Some hipster wants to trade his daul sport for a crotch rocket
Dirt bike + skinny jeans + girl with daddy issues =