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2000 ktm 640 lc4


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  • 2 weeks later...

Absolutely.... Look at his house, yard, his garage, his car and everything else in his possession. If all of that is taken care of, he likely takes care of his M/Cs the same way.

...and if your friend is bent on this particular bike for some reason (which by the way is a great bike, and if maintained properly MAY provide years of additional use), unless he is a great do-it-yourself and a good "wrench", look for a KTM dealer along the way.

Obviously there is a cost decision trade to be made as well. Incrementally more up-front cost may be the better choice for a bike with less miles.

If he was the original owner he should be able to go through the laundry list of wear items/things he's replaced.

There are similar threads (most of which are generic and common sense) about what (specifically) to look for over on KTM talk.

Also, this bike's seat height is as tall (if not taller) as your WR. His comfort/confidence with touching the ground might be a consideration (relative to his skill/experience level).

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