Which of these bikes is your primary ride?   3,762 members have voted

  1. 1. Which of these bikes is your primary ride?

    • XR650R
      958
    • XR650L
      1609
    • XR600R
      804
    • XL600
      187
    • Other XL/XR
      162

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Check out the out of province inspection forms before judging me.The vin number can be easily blacked out if you think my intentions are so suspicious or "Fishy".

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I would give you 600 for the bike but I am in Oregon. Too far away to make it worth it. Good luck

I really like the look of that head pipe. What make is it?

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Ok soooo why not go to local shop an get pics for yourself? I'm not sayin that it's not the way you say it is but put your self on the other side of the story.

You get pics of someone's vin an get yours registered then that's two bikes with the same vin.

Good luck I can get dementions off off mine but no way would I send a pic of it.......... Unless you send me $4000 an I will send you the bike it is attached toImageUploadedByThumper Talk1425852241.693994.jpg

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Bubba Thomas your misunderstanding what I'm saying I have my own vin number if you read the posts then maybe you'd get it through your thick skull exactly what I'm looking for.

By the way you can't register two bikes with the same vin.

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Thick scull??? I would have reg. the bike BEFORE I done anything to it like lost the sticker!

As I said before I can get you dementions on sticker off of my bike but I wouldn't send a pic of my vin would that help you? Sorry to be a d@! K but scammers are the scumb of earth!

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your right sorry for my ignorance ignorance.The dimensions would be fine.

Trust me I wish I would have told the shop where the frame was powder coated.

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Blb45678 nice 83, you don't see to many in that good of shape. 83 was the year to get. I had one too

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Here's my 2001 xr 600r , it's got 5000 original kms, it's the best bike I've ever owned for lots of different reasons, but mainly because its just so reliable and a good all rounder image.jpg

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Here's my 04' xr650l the day i bought it (3 months ago) it was stock.  Now it looks like this!

 

I've done loads of adventure mods to it, and I'm aiming for a big trip to Alaska next summer 

 

https://www.flickr.com/photos/131867662@N07/16613245549/

 

https://www.flickr.com/photos/131867662@N07/16613246929/in/photostream/

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