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1 Trail riding season 5-6 rides (No track time or racing) on fully rebuilt motor, suspension, frame(fresh powder) and bearings.

I WILL NOT PART IT OUT!

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Laeger Narrow (black powder coated last spring)
Flip to Laeger chromed subframe
Chrome Cr500 link Leager swing arm with custom axis shock
Chrome Burgard +3 A-Arms
Rebuilt works dual rate front shocks.
Propeg nerfs
Black fullbore plastic
265 Power Valve Nik cylinder
Ported by FTZ (Top notch MX port job) I'm sure Rebel and Blacker will vouch for the wheeler and the motors performance.

OEM crank and all new bearings July 07
Rebuilt counterbalancer July 07
New piston and rings July 07
Procross head (race dome)
Cr ignition
1 set of ITP XC tires and a beat up set of ITP MX tires
909 fat bars
Sparks MX exhaust
New gripper seat cover
38mm airstryker carb
Por design teather.

Spare stock frame
Spare plastics
Spare non PV FTZ forted Cylinder
Spare uni filter
I'm sure I've got a bunch of extra parts to go along with it.

I will not part it out. Looking to get $4500 or best reasonable offer.

I WILL NOT PART IT OUT!







 

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I see what you're doing there :ph34r:
I know I love my r great motor and handles great I'd love to keep it but unless I win the lotto first so I can buy more toys and keep the r IT HAS TO GO! :lol:
 

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what are you gonna get next ,or are you getting to old LOL :lol:

You figured it out to old selling the sled and the wheeler thinking it is time for a power scooter, some big black glasses, and some early bird specials :lol:

I have not found my next toy might multiply into two toys! Money is limited since I also need to buy a new sled this year too and most my toy budget will go towards that!
 

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this is a nice bike. The FTZ engine rips, and the frame obviously handles great. I can vouch for the fact that it has low hours on it, its like pulling teeth trying to get Mr. upper management to ride :lol:
 
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