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acarter920

Yz426 for sale

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2000 Yz426 for sale... very low hours on this machine. About 40 total hours since new. Extras include: JP racing suspension valving, Renthal bars/chain/sprockets, One Industries graphics, and Dunlop 755 tires. Bike is powerful and fast! Runs perfect, no trouble starting, and has never fouled a plug. I am located in Temperance, Michigan and can crate and ship for less than $200.

As it sits, it needs a new rear hub and chain/sprockets. I already have all the spokes off and everything apart. New rear hub is $70 and a good chain/sprocket set is $80. Will sell for $3600 as it sits, or $3900 fixed.

Updated photo is at http://www.geocities.com/quadridermx/MY_TOYS.html :)

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Just a suggestion, put the money in the bike to get it fixed and than sell it. It is much more marketable if in perfect running condition.

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Yeah, I agree. Im sure that's what I'll end up doing, but just havent gotten around to ordering the parts. I figure I can give someone a good deal if they're willing to do a couple hours' work, but if I run into a good deal on a hub or wheel then I'll just do it myself.

Updated pictures are now on the site: http://www.geocities.com/quadridermx/MY_TOYS.html

And I'll probably post a couple here.

This is a great bike at a good price, hopefully someone can take advantage of it. :)

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Tis a WR silencer. Bolts right on, no problems. Has a spark arrester and baffle (when mister DNR officer is around) :)

I do have the stock YZ silencer though. Bike comes with both.

[ June 12, 2002: Message edited by: acarter920 ]

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Just curious...what's the deal with the handguards pointing UP? Doesn't that render them basically useless? Not trying to be smart, just wondering.

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No offense taken...

The right handguard is where I like it... I dont know why the left one is up like that. :)

I just took some quick pictures and didnt realize it was like that. I havent ridden at all lately so i just havent gotten around to putting it back. Thanks for pointing that out :D

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