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    Default klr250 dual sport

    Selling my 94 KLR 250. Its in perfect running condition and what I would consider an 8.5 out of 10 cosmetically. Nothing is wrong with this bike at all!!!!!
    I've added the following:
    -Front and rear led blinkers- these are the nice ones that bend when hit , not the cheap plastic crap
    -led bulb in rear brake light
    -3.2 gallon IMS dessert tank-
    -Acerbis hand guards- a little scuffed up but nothing you wouldn't expect form a bike thats been ridden in the dirt
    -Acerbis front fender- I'll also give you the oem fender
    -Wolfman Tank bag with waterproof cover- this is a nice bag
    -Just rebuilt the front forks- new seals and oil
    -I recovered the seat in marine grade vinyl in black- it looks really nice
    -IMS shift lever
    -DIRT BAGZ saddle bags- only a few months old, still look new
    -Billet aluminum kill switch
    -Rear mounted PELICAN 1400 hard case- this make a perfect place tho keep things dry and clean
    -I mounted a operators canister to the top of the pelican- great for tools or a small fuel can
    -PRO TAPER off road handle bars
    -I put a XENON headlight bulb in it- much brighter
    -DUNLOP d606 tires front and rear
    -new chain and extra front sprocket thats one tooth lower than stock

    The bike is ready to ride. Its registered till march '11.
    This is a really great Dual sport bike. 100% street legal. Freeway legal.
    Awesome woods bike and will also cruise at 70mph. Bike has lots of power for a 250. Never given me one problem. LOW miles,r ight now the odm is showing 15800 miles, just breaking in for a KLR.
    The only thing the bike needs right now is a new battery, but I'll likely have a new one before you'll see it.
    Come on over and give it a test ride....Ready to sell now, pink slip in hand... $2200 obo Located in SOCAL
    Ill get more pictures up within the next couple days......

    Ill get picture up asap...
    Last edited by mor4wd; 06-03-2010 at 06:41 AM.

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    . . . missing the location and price.

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    Quote Originally Posted by goodtimes View Post
    . . . missing the location and price.

    How'd I miss that? Post has been updated....Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by mor4wd View Post
    Ill get picture up asap...
    A little ASAPer please....

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    Quote Originally Posted by mor4wd View Post

    Ill get picture up asap...

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    Quote Originally Posted by AFSOC View Post
    A little ASAPer please....
    I'd like to see a picture, too. I'm dying to know if it's the purple and teal version.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mor4wd View Post
    Ill get picture up asap...
    I'm having a hard time sitting here patiently waiting for photos. I would love to see some images of this rig.

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    Wow sorry. I somehow forgot that I posted this here. My bad.
    Anyway here are some pics. This was a barbie bike. Still could be if you put the oem tank back on, removed the seat cover and so on.
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