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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 07-03-2008, 10:15 AM Thread Starter
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Hey guys. I was offered from a friend to buy his YZ426F (2001), with less than average use, all stock except bars, triple clamp for $1500 on the "bro deal". I don't know much about this bike but it would be nice to add to the toy box. Can I get some input here?
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Hey guys. I was offered from a friend to buy his YZ426F (2001), with less than average use, all stock except bars, triple clamp for $1500 on the "bro deal". I don't know much about this bike but it would be nice to add to the toy box. Can I get some input here?
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Yep, Get it while you can, and buy the YZ too!!!


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yeah have that same bike with a dual sport kit on it. the power on the bike is not as good as the new ones and it is a little heavy but the thing i like is it carries plenty of oil unlike the new bikes so it becomes more practical for the dual sport mode. I would say for the price add it to your collection
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yeah have that same bike with a dual sport kit on it. the power on the bike is not as good as the new ones and it is a little heavy but the thing i like is it carries plenty of oil unlike the new bikes so it becomes more practical for the dual sport mode. I would say for the price add it to your collection
Thanx for the feed back. I think I'll go grab it. Its always nice to have a spare ride in camp for friends plus when the Rhino ain't get'n the blood going I can take it for a spin.
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Thanx for the feed back. I think I'll go grab it. Its always nice to have a spare ride in camp for friends plus when the Rhino ain't get'n the blood going I can take it for a spin.
Now you know better than to let friends ride your shit! LOL

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hahaha true but my friends know that with the privilege to ride comes the "you break this shit and your taking it home with you and it better be fixed next week f*@%er!!" responsibility factor
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