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Me and my dad just picked up this 2005 CRF250R yesterday, i think we got a good deal at $2100, it runs great and everything and all i think it really needs is a valve adjust and cleaning the airfilter. Its a little weird getting on a bike again after riding a quad for a while and it takes a bit of getting used to, but its nice to have a bike and a quad thats for sure!

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Me and my dad just picked up this 2005 CRF250R yesterday, i think we got a good deal at $2100, it runs great and everything and all i think it really needs is a valve adjust and cleaning the airfilter. Its a little weird getting on a bike again after riding a quad for a while and it takes a bit of getting used to, but its nice to have a bike and a quad thats for sure!

Sweet Tagels :yes: need to get out and ride it !!!

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