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I have a chance to buy a 2000 rm 250

I am looking to start racing track soon so I thought this would be a good chance the guy that is selling it said it is all torn apart right now so I would have to finish putting the bike back together therefore I have a few questions

 

the guy is asking 2000 for the bike he said nothing is wrong with the bike I know complete ones are selling for 2500 around here what would you suggest paying for it.

 

is it hard to put these 250 s back together

 

ive been into trail bikes for awhile so I know a fair bit about 4 strokes but not to much about 2 strokes Thanks

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Tell him he'll get 700, MAX if ask the parts are proven to be there and in good condition

And ask why he took it apart to begin with

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It is a 14 year old bike that is in pieces, the dude is smoking crack. That is a 400-500 dollar purchase, max. That bike in good shape with a moderate amount of hours (not in a box) is a 1700 dollar bike.

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I was thinking it was a little much for a box of parts Thanks guys for all your help I'm taking your advice and walking away from this one cheers what bike would you suggest for a starter 2 stroke for a 6 foot 160 lbs guy for track riding

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I was thinking it was a little much for a box of parts Thanks guys for all your help I'm taking your advice and walking away from this one cheers what bike would you suggest for a starter 2 stroke for a 6 foot 160 lbs guy for track riding

125 or 250 .

you need to find the right one , not some POS that someone says " Just Rebuilt " .

Be patient and look around

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