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What do you think of these WR's?

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They all seem a little high to me. I just purchased a 2008 with 14 hours, lots of extras, and in like new condition for $3400. Looked at several others around the same price, this one was the cleanest.

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Number 2 and 4 are good choices. WR's and CRF-X's bring top dollar in Utah and Colorado.

Tthose are both fairly priced, even cheap. I wouldn't consider the old steel frame style.

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Number 2 and 4 are good choices. WR's and CRF-X's bring top dollar in Utah and Colorado.

Tthose are both fairly priced, even cheap. I wouldn't consider the old steel frame style.

Why? Makes working on the carb like 10x easier...

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Not really, I have owned an 01,05,07,and currently 08. I can have the carb in my hands in about 5 min. True you can't swing the carb and work on it on the bike but it is easier to work on out of the bike.

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Not really, I have owned an 01,05,07,and currently 08. I can have the carb in my hands in about 5 min. True you can't swing the carb and work on it on the bike but it is easier to work on out of the bike.

Good to know, thanks.

Do you have a method that you use to get it out easily.

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I follow the instructions posted on this site. Search on 07-09 carb removal for exact directions. Briefly- remove shrouds, remove seat, remove shock, lift subframe up out of way, unplug TPS, remove carb. Short and sweet version. Seems like a lot but once you have done it, it is simple.

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I think that's a fair value. But more importantly, what do you think? It's your money, not mine.

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I paid $4200 for my brand new (old stock) 08 in Feb of 2012.

$2000 later, it's exactly what I want.

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