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Discussion in 'The Rockies – It's all downhill from here...' started by neduro, Mar 14, 2007.
Probably worth more in parts alone.
Yep. Just not worth the headache for us to part them out.
Dude.... buy it.
I had a '95 SXC, it rocked. That's a smokin' deal, especially with the 18l tank (4.76 gallons would give that thing some range)
Bad back, not good for fast dirt so my rarely used TE is up for sale. I'll get pics but they all look the same and this one is very clean, about 1000 miles on it, injection tuner, lowering links (still tall, glad I have them). Runs great, a few extra parts. $3900 or offer, maybe a cool trade In S. NM
It sort of looks kind of like a DR only with, um, more efficient parts.
If Denver is "near," then yes.
I might have underestimated the value.... hmmm.
Not as nice:
Similar '96 bike in the $2.5K range...which is maybe too high.
You could have everyone big over 900 and donate the rest to Baldy. There...no guilt!
don't you hate it when that happens
I will drive to Denver for this bike. In fact, I am leaving right now. See you in the morning. (Just kidding). I'm still learning my way around this site, so didn't see in my excitement that you're in Denver. In fact, I pm'ed somebody else entirely. But, if the other three all go to the casino together before buying this bike and lose all their money, I'll gladly drive up, cash in hand, glad that my year-long quest is finally over.
Do you happen to have a dirt bike for sale. I'm interested.
Actually I really would be if there were not a gazillion people in front of me.
The Dude is bringing his boy around in the morning to have a look. Unless they're totally revolted, it sounds like it is gone.
Now... what am I going to put in that empty parking space...
Got a set of bags and a fairing from a recent project that I need to get rid of...
Bags are in really good shape, but could use a good cleaning and polishing. One of the lid stays (holds the lid up while it's open) needs reattached, and both of the taillights have been removed, but I have them.
Key and locks are all there and working.
Some mounting hardware included, but a bit of fabrication might be necessary - not sure.
Also - tossing in a wired fairing as well. Giant painted-on letters come at no extra expense.
This all came off an early full-size Honda, to give you an idea.
It's on CL for $250, but I'd do $200 for an inmate. Unless you think it's outrageous - then just make me an offer. My brother is headed over to the front range this weekend, and might be able to take these with him - otherwise I'm over in Paonia.
Scouting off-road possibilities following Blue Ridge Parkway, Greater National Smokey Rocky Mountain and Nantahala National Forest who wants to go? Leaving Oct 7th
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How old is the kid who outgrew this bike? Looking for a replacement for the PW80 that my son is outgrowing.
My boys each started riding it when they were about 8, they are 10 and 13 now and can both still ride it but are just not interested. Here it is pictured next to a CRF50. It's a good step up.
And a little wheel TTR125. It's right in between in size.
Is bumping ok?
I still have this. Don't make me deal with craigslist.