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Old 02-13-2013, 10:34 AM   #12
blacksheeplee OP
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Originally Posted by Head2Wind View Post
if it has been maintained, then it "should" be fine. If its the 106k mile bike that I think that you are looking at (black with orange seat), the sub frame is bent, which is pretty easy to bend back by chaining the whole bike down to the floor and pulling on the subframe to get it back into shape.

then there is everything else.... but if the price is right, say less than $1500, then its probably worth it provide the engine isn't completely spent.

It's the black with orange seat bike. Subframe should be easy enough to fix and I could use a buddies frame machine to do some good even pulls. I guess it all depends on how cheap I can pick it up..I'm not looking for a bike to overland on but a trip to Baja to escape the rain would be nice
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