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Old February 6th, 2013, 10:15 PM   #1
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Default 1996 Suzuki RM 125 clean w/ title For Sale or Trade for I beams or auto shop stuff

I have for sale or trade a 1996 Suzuki RM 125. The bike is pretty clean and garage kept. I also have a clear Michigan title for it (not for highway use is printed on the title). The bike has about 20 min. run time on a rebuilt engine (new rod with rebuilt crankshaft, new lower engine bearings, piston, etc). It also has a new chain and sprockets. It has a spark arrestor and thumb throttle. I don't ride much anymore and it sits on the bike stand most of the time. I'm asking $1000. Located in Brownstown, MI.

I'm looking to trade for I beams to build a bridge over a creek (20-25 feet long that can support a fair amount of weight, occasional 4,000 lbs and up to 7,000 lbs). I'm also looking for auto shop equipment like a 2 or 4 post hoist, tire balancer, tire machine, heavy duty large air compressor etc.
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Am I really the only one that is curious as to why your RM has a thumb throttle?
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Am I really the only one that is curious as to why your RM has a thumb throttle?
Less likely to give throttle after landing a jump would be my guess?
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Am I really the only one that is curious as to why your RM has a thumb throttle?
The guy I bought it off of years ago said he raced sno-cross and he used the bike to keep himself fit in the off season which is why it had the thumb throttle. It is a change if you're used to a normal twist throttle.

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That is a nice jeep and very tempting. What is the axle ratio?
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