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Crizard

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  1. I'm a little embarrassed how the rail was strapped to the front, but my father did it and it wasn't worth correcting him. Here it is on the way to liquids freshened, clean it up, and hopefully get those front shocks rebuilt. She's wide even with the street wheel setup.
  2. For your consideration: My 1999 yamaha banshee. Original owner. You will be hard-pressed to find another banshee, or any 1999 model year bike, as clean as this one - I mean it needs a bath, it has been in the warehouse without being moved much the last 20 years... I would be willing to wager that it has fewer than 15 hours on the motor. All original tires, chain, you name it. I may have the original heads, but I believe that my little brother has already scooped them to rebuild his the nth time. This will come with both sets of rear tires- dirt and sand. The plastics are fair
  3. 18,000 obo I have the parts list from Larry Short and MSO. I need to rebuild or replace the front air shocks. I had a local garage send them to Fox a while back, turns out that the tech who did the repair was quit/was terminated but only after he sabotaged several work orders, I'm fairly confident mine was one. I do not use this much, never did, you will be able to see that quickly. No turbo. Hayabusa 1300 cc. Jeffco Transmission with reverse and cutter breaks. 930 CV Axle with Outboard Disc Brakes PRP Competition High Back Seat with Crow seat belt with pads. Passenge
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