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2003 Suzuki Sv1000s Sportbike on mail.2040motos

US $2,500.00
YearYear:2003 MileageMileage:25
Location:

Cabot, Arkansas, US

Cabot, AR, US
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Suzuki SV photos

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Suzuki SV tech info

TypeType:Sportbike PhonePhone:5012593208

Suzuki SV description

2003 Suzuki Sv1000s , 45t sprocktech sprocket, steel teeth with aluminum body and titanium rivets. Odometer is not 100% correct due to the sprocket size, is most likely around 15k, odometer says 25K, but no way of knowing. New o-ring v-chain, new radiator and hoses, new adjustable clutch and brake levers. All aluminum tube frame. Great bike, fun to ride, quick. Lighter than you would think for its size. Looking for $2500 cash. First person with the money gets it. CLEAR TITLE IN HAND Would consider taking $2000 cash and a nice firearm thrown in. Rifle or handgun, text me a pic. Trade for guns and cash combo only. Nothing else. Text me at five zero one- two five nine- 3208 $2,500.00 5012593208

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