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Want to buy another Ducati and since space is a premium, the BMW has to go.

Comes with:


Panniers

BMW top box keyed to bike.

Famsa tank bag system with over the side tank bags

PIAA auxiliary lights with new H3 bulbs

One set of new knobbies

One set of slightly used knobbies

Currently with newer set of street tires with less than 600 miles on them

Ohlins front and adjustable rear shocks

Original shocks

Garmin GPS

Throttle lock for setting cruise

Spare final drive

Two sets of seats. One is Sargent* brand.

Spare alternator belt

Clymer repair manual

Binder full of receipts and work done to bike

Heated grips

Battery trickle charger

Fastway pegs

Ztechnik windshield

Oil cooler guard

Headlight guard

Wind wings

Takeoff parts

Battery charge and voltage display

Miscellaneous other small stuff like oil filters etc.

Brand new battery installed 2/27/2020.


The bike has 98,477 miles on it and still runs well.


The bad:


It has been dropped. Has a small roughed up area on the right side which has been painted over and covered with the tank side bag. Left side has paint worn from the tank side bag.

Located in Sacramento Area.

Price: $4,500

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Your price is too low---These are what I know & know well, with the miles that should not scare anyone it's a BMW--even with the little damage there is -It's a GS what would you expect. --That bike in that condition with all of the goodies is a $ 6500.00 bike right now. I sold not long ago a R1100GS w/ adventure tank( dinged on both sides) Jessie bags, driving lights, Wilbers shocks for $6K & it had about the same mileage
 
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Update as of 6/6/2020

New ABS relay
New front brake pads
Oil change
 
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