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With all the talk of dirt bikes and such I have a shot at actually 2 PW80s for $800. Very low miles. They are a buddy of mine.

Although I just got a new water heater I may be able to get him to hold onto one for me for a bit.

Question...are these worth for playing on and doubling as a pit bike/toy? I would only get 1 anyway.

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I have a 2001 PW80.
The bike is plenty fast for its size. The suspension is very soft (or mine is completely worn out) and the low pegs make it a little difficult to get real lean angle with it but it's an absolute hoot to ride. I like it and think it would be a fine get around pitbike too.

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With all the talk of dirt bikes and such I have a shot at actually 2 PW80s for $800. Very low miles. They are a buddy of mine.

Although I just got a new water heater I may be able to get him to hold onto one for me for a bit.

Question...are these worth for playing on and doubling as a pit bike/toy? I would only get 1 anyway.
Like in $400.00 a piece? If you only want one, I may take the other one... unless shipping is astronomical

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Sorry. $800 a piece. His twin boys have been riding them and they are well taken care of. He is moving the boys up to soemthing bigger.

So if this would do the trick...I am now thinking. Would maybe still want bigger dirt bikes for some real trail riding and maybe some Supermoto at the local kart track but this may help around the track and just for fun.

Need to see what Ang's bonus is like!

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post #5 of 6 Old 12-04-2006, 10:09 AM
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What year are the bikes you're looking at, Nate? There is a '99 for sale in my area at the same price, which seems a bit high for a 7 year old bike.

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If I remember right maybe 2-3 years old at most. I can find out for sure.

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