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Thinking of possibly selling or trading my Hypermotard, its in great shape has just under 8K miles, full SC Project exhaust with the air fuel correction module, tires are michelin pilot road fours and are in great shape, also have a lower seat and windscreen kit for it. asking $10,200 for it or trade for a newer 450 mx bike or ktm 350 with cash on your end.  

 

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Kieth is a good dude and this is an excellent condition bike. I vouch for him and know him personally so if him not being a regular here is holding you back dont let that stop you. Hoblick was the previous owner of the bike as well so its been maintained and cared for.

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I am chubbed.  Hey Todd, lemme bum 10 grand?

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If I had it free at the moment the bike would already be mine. But I just bought that land and a truck. 

If it still hasn’t sold after I do the closing on the construction loan I’m probably going to sell the 690 and get it. 

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would also be interested in trades for 4x4 trucks/suv, fun cars, RZR can am maverick etc.

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That’s okay, I’m looking for more off-road stuff if I’m going to take a trade,

thanks though!

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I’ll put dual sport tires on my 690 and trade you then

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Haha nope, I’d just put dual sport tires on my bike if that was the case lol

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