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'02 1200S Bandit, 14k miles, recent Michelin Pilot Roads, new Tsubaki chain & JT sprockets, 21 in Holeshot can + stock can, never dropped, runs-looks-sounds excellent, Dk. Blue, clear title.

$3900 Steve (253)569-3227
 

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'02 1200S Bandit, 14k miles, recent Michelin Pilot Roads, new Tsubaki chain & JT sprockets, 21 in Holeshot can + stock can, never dropped, runs-looks-sounds excellent, Dk. Blue, clear title.

$3900 Steve (253)569-3227
What's the deal? I thought you loved the Bandit? Why get rid of it? I thought you got rid of the Triumph to make room for the HD, did you get something else?
 

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I do love it, it's an excellent bike. The problem is I have arthritis in my lower back and getting knocked off the Trophy a couple of years ago has caused some other problems that just made it a lot worse. After 60 miles or so on the Bandit my hips and lower back start to tighten up pretty good. As it is I can't stand or walk for more than 10 or 15 minutes at a time, unfortunatly the Suzuki makes it worse so....

The Dyna doesn't bother it because it puts my back in a different position and I can stretch my legs out and move around more. I hate to do it but the fact is there's no sense keeping the Suzook if I can hardly ride it so I'll sell it and put the money to other uses.
 

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Tell me why I should buy this bike, when there's a 2001 ZX6R for sale the next thread over................?

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Tell me why I should buy this bike, when there's a 2001 ZX6R for sale the next thread over................?

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well, not to put too fine a point on it, but the Bandit is a manly 1200, the zx600 is well, lets not beat around the bush eh, a 600 is a GIRLS bike. Our own darlin' Sachi rides one for heavens sake !

Clearly a manly chap like yourself should be on a 1200 at least....
 

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But.... but.... it's a 2001 ZX6R........
 

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Yeah

Good lord you go through bikes faster than I go through women! :D
First he says that he doesn't like HDs any more and that the Bonneville is a keeper. Then he sells the Bonnie and buys an HD!

He sure sounds like one of those typical MOrons I've been hearing about.
 

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Hey, you know which bike is my favorite?

The last one I rode LOL
 

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'02 1200S Bandit, 14k miles, recent Michelin Pilot Roads, new Tsubaki chain & JT sprockets, 21 in Holeshot can + stock can, never dropped, runs-looks-sounds excellent, Dk. Blue, clear title.

$3900 Steve (253)569-3227
I think there is a guy in your area with a 00 Ninja 600 that is looking to upgrade. You should give him a call. :p
 

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I wouldn't feel right selling my Bandit to that bonehead, I like the bike too much to see a lamebrain like that flogging it.
 

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For Airhawk? Nothing less than a Boss Hoss will do!
Oh yeah, - almost forgot:

"And it'll have to be the 500cid Mofo - that Wussy 350 I'd outgrow in less than six months............"

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'02 1200S Bandit, 14k miles, recent Michelin Pilot Roads, new Tsubaki chain & JT sprockets, 21 in Holeshot can + stock can, never dropped, runs-looks-sounds excellent, Dk. Blue, clear title.

$3900 Steve (253)569-3227
I have a 1993 Honda Prelude Automatic, sunroof, pwr windows. approx. 160,000 Immaculate interior. Bought for my daughter-too fast for her and too small for me (I'm 6'2"). I have listed on Craig's list in Seattle and Portland https://post.craigslist.org/manage/412790041/j9kc5
I am looking for my first bike...50 years old...single mom going through a mid-life crisis. Thanks Deb 503-880-5728
 
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