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fireman2828

2006 Kawasaki Brute Force 750 - Opinions ??

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I found a 2006 Kawasaki Brute Force 750 thats fore sale. I can get it for $3000. It has 355 hours and a little over 1800 miles. It has a newer body. It is the blue color and marked efi on it. The guy tried to pass it off as being fuel injected and that the choke simply idled it up. I told him that efi did not come out until 2008 and that color was not available until 2007.

I kind of feel that if he is not being honest about that, then what esle is he hiding. It starts good and I rode it around a small parking lot and seemed to ride all right. Couldnt really get it up to a good speed due to room.

Is it worth going for? Anything on these to look out for or any years better than others? Thanks..

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good bike for sure, but not sure of the downfalls. seller seems to be biggest downfall ...

check around on craigslist and see what they're going for ....

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Wondering if it is worth $3000. with the miles and hours. Only issues I see is broken tail light, needs new control arm bushings, and the winch cable was pulled out all the way and then quit. Here are some pics.

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He was asking $3,900. Finally said lowest he would go would be $3,000. I kinda figure by the time I fix the things, then I might be better off buying one that actually has fuel injection.

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