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Frisco Mike
September 17th, 2004, 07:16 PM
Great value dirt bike for anyone looking to get started in the dirt or get back into it.

Bike is in good shape for an 86. When I bought it I was told it was all stock. I am the third owner and I've never ridden it in the dirt, just ridden around the neighborhood once a month or so. Bike was recently serviced by Cycle Concepts in Frisco.

Service included;

Fresh oil
New oil filter
New plug
Clean Air filter
Disassemble and clean carb

When I picked it up, she started on the third kick.

I've seen these go for up to $1800 in excellent shape.

I'm asking $1250 OBO for this one. Cash only please. Pictures below. Please drop me an email with any questions. mikemail AT motomad.com

Thanks!
http://www.motomad.com/tsba/tt350/tt350-1.JPG

http://www.motomad.com/tsba/tt350/tt350-2.jpg

http://www.motomad.com/tsba/tt350/tt350-3.jpg

[ September 17, 2004, 20:17: Message edited by: Frisco Mike ]

Frisco Mike
October 7th, 2004, 07:00 PM
What, no one wants a fairly inexpensive dirt bike that runs good? redface.gif

Too much dirt on it? tongue.gif

Don't make me take out a classified ad!

ninjamike1
October 8th, 2004, 06:12 AM
Well Mike, I was looking to get something like this for somewhere in the neighborhood of half this price. Not trying to lo ball you, just looking for something old/cheap that I could follow my son around on (he's started riding a XR50).

Frisco Mike
October 8th, 2004, 07:47 AM
Originally posted by MichaelK:
Well Mike, I was looking to get something like this for somewhere in the neighborhood of half this price. Not trying to lo ball you, just looking for something old/cheap that I could follow my son around on (he's started riding a XR50). Well, I'd come down some, but not half. To be honest, I don't know if you'll find anything in the $600 range. Heck, I think you'd have trouble finding another xr50 in that range. ;)

The nice thing about the TT is that it's good for what he's doing now and as he gets older it'll allow you to keep pace with him. Before this one I had an XT350 (almost the same bike, full lights, etc..) and rode trails with guys on cr500's. They were faster, but didn't get anywhere I couldn't. Well, OK.. Maybe up some good hills.

If you do get more than half interested, feel free to drop me an email. It's just selling a bike to me, so you're not going to insult me even if you do try and low ball me. :cool: