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    Drz250 value

    I have a 2005 drz250 im wanting to sell to buy a bigger version as its a bit gutless with me on it. Just dont know what to put it on tardme for. Its just been serviced, new rear tyre, new battery, new wof, 20,000km

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    just add an "ADV" sticker to the bike and some old tard will come along and pay $100000 for it, like they do for the totally rooted dr650/klrs

    20K on that bike is pretty high, i'd give you $1800 for it, if it had a reg/wof

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    I think $1800 is a bit harsh. If it is a good tidy one, make sure it is well cleaned and needs little spent, I would put it on at $2950, looking to get $2750-2800, assuming it is reg and wof. Dirt only and$1800-2000 is realistic. Great underrated bike. Love my one.

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    Mods this needs to be moved.


    If it's in the Touratech catalogue, then you don't need it...
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    Quote Originally Posted by SVboy View Post
    I think $1800 is a bit harsh. If it is a good tidy one, make sure it is well cleaned and needs little spent, I would put it on at $2950, looking to get $2750-2800, assuming it is reg and wof. Dirt only and$1800-2000 is realistic. Great underrated bike. Love my one.
    Probably not far from the truth that.

    I'm looking for one at the moment. My budget is a bit higher than that figure - but then I am looking for one with lower kms
    =mjc=
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    Quote Originally Posted by SVboy View Post
    I think $1800 is a bit harsh. If it is a good tidy one, make sure it is well cleaned and needs little spent, I would put it on at $2950, looking to get $2750-2800, assuming it is reg and wof. Dirt only and$1800-2000 is realistic. Great underrated bike. Love my one.
    Id be happy with that. The only problem i have with it is that its too slow with me on it, probably doesn't help that im 115kg and swapping between it and a 1200 bandit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scubbo View Post
    just add an "ADV" sticker to the bike and some old tard will come along and pay $100000 for it, like they do for the totally rooted dr650/klrs

    20K on that bike is pretty high, i'd give you $1800 for it, if it had a reg/wof
    Yep, you rant....

    After that I had a look an the forums....High Mileage? come on....
    A 1992 DR 350 with 143000Km on the clock, still running like a Swiss watch....We forget we live in a small country and once those numbers click over into 4 or 5 digits we think holy crap, sell it, the bike is knackered!
    Isn't it all about care and maintenance? I mean to say, Boeing operated 747-200 aircraft manufactured in the 1960's and they still fly well with hundreds of thousand hours on them...

    Mileage on a bike seems to be a negotiating tool no matter what it looks like and the farkles on it....shame, but it doesn't affect the Kraut brigade! BMW....Why? engineering and care and maintenance usually, right?


    If it's in the Touratech catalogue, then you don't need it...
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    Here's some pics of the beast










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    did you spray-paint the rims and muffler tip? does that smashed headlight still pass WoFs?

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    I didn't, previous owner did.

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