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Sold 2013 Kawasaki KLR 650 (San Diego, California) - $4,250

Discussion in 'Bikes' started by ManiacSucks, Dec 19, 2020.

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  1. ManiacSucks

    ManiacSucks Adventurer

    Feb 28, 2007
    San Diego, CA

    Selling my 2013 Kawasaki KLR 650.

    10,800 miles

    Owned since 2016 and am friends with the previous owner (fellow ADV Rider member).

    Fully up-to-date on maintenance and ready for your on-road and off-road adventures.

    Clean title.

    New Tusk tires.
    Newer battery.
    New speedometer cable.
    New chain.
    New air filter.
    HID headlamps (hi and low-beam)
    Eagle Mike Doohickey already replaced.
    Upgraded subframe bolts.
    Givi crash bars.
    Seat Concepts "commuter seat." Very comfortable and works fine off-road.
    Brand new Apollo Koso heated grips.
    USB outlets and 12-volt outlet.
    Upgraded fork springs and rear spring.
    Happy Trails Skid Plate.
    Tusk hand guards.
    Tusk handlebars.
    KLR handlebar bag.
    Tank grippers.
    Tusk foot pegs.
    Tusk shifter.
    Larger rear rack with LED visibility lights.

    I have owned KLRs since 2003 and can tell you this is a good one. It hasn't been a garage queen and has some light cosmetic wear and tear but still is in excellent condition and looks good (if you're into that). This KLR has been properly used in a variety of terrains (like a KLR should be) but has been maintained and cared for. I've even washed it so you can put your own dirt on it. :-)

    Let me know if you have any questions.

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