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FS Random TRX450R / Warrior parts

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just cleaning out the garage

TRX450R should fit all years

NIB +2 from Brake lines $50.00

Tail Light (lens only) $20.00

stock handle bar risers $10.00

Front Shocks (probably rode them for one season) $100.00

Rear Brake Lever $10.00

Full Stock Exhaust (one seasons use) $50.00

Stock tie rods (with 3 tie rod ends but I think 2 of the boots are ripped) $10.00

Front A arms (2 seasons, normal wear, a boot or two is ripped but has all bushings) $40.00

stock Front Brake Lines 10.00

Warrior (up to 1994 I believe)

Works dual spring front shocks (look nice might need O-rings) $75.00

Stock Rear shock (needs rebuilt but complete) $40.00

Paypal or Money Order, buyer pays for the ride

thanks

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