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Im trading one of my DRZs for a cool Harley and the guy doesnt want my SM setup . They are factory Suzuki wheels complete with discs, sprocket, speedo drive, adapter so you can run 310 mm factory disc on an S model and acerbis SM front fender oh and new tires (300 miles) . Before I list them on ebay and here? how much should I list them for? They're in excellent shape I have my other S so I wont be without a DRZ..

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I would list it for somewhere around $800-$1000

 

You could probably even list it for more money……….but it might sit for a while before selling

Edited by Wisconsinite762

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I bought my lightly used factory sm setup two years ago for $800 Canadian with the stock garbage tires. At a thousand usd I would expect to sit on it for a while before getting a serious buyer. But you never know.

Edit: mine came with the brakes and sprocket as well. Which was all promptly tossed and replaced. But it was nice to have around.

Edited by D4N63R

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I was thinking 1000 I guess that would be a deal for some one maybe list 1200 or best offer and see what happens

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I was thinking 1000 I guess that would be a deal for some one maybe list 1200 or best offer and see what happens

 

you are in southern CA?  list for 1200 and take the first 1000+ cash that someone hands you.  you'll get that down in socal easily.

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Ya 1 k will be my lowest then I figured that was more than fair. Typing it up on eBay now . And yes SoCal out near palm springs . 1k is what I need to finish Harley deal...what am I getting into lol

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