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post #1 of 5 Old Jan 9th, 2017, 9:12 pm Thread Starter
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FS: 2000 K1200LT - Russel Heated Seat, Piaa, LED's

Great condition.

50k miles
Brand new heated Russell Day long driver seat
2 x Heated passenger seats... one for no top box and one for the box.
Ohlins shocks front and rear
Brand New brakes
Brand New front and rear tires
New Battery
Piaa lights under headlight
Adjustable rear passenger pegs
OEM Heated Grips
Electric Windshield
Self cancelling Turn signals
VOX system with radio and cassette (Front & Rear Speakers!)
Side mirrors with built in led turn signals in mirror
Highway pegs
Back box (removed in pics)
Rear carrier
Ceebailys tinted screen - Shorty

$3500

Runs fantastic!




2000 K1200lt

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Re: FS: 2000 K1200LT - Russel Heated Seat, Piaa, LED's

Great looking LT with reasonable mileage for year 2000.

Is the Cee Bailys Lt Gray or Dark Gray?

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Re: FS: 2000 K1200LT - Russel Heated Seat, Piaa, LED's

Maybe I have overlooked, but I could not determine where you are located. I have a friend that may be interested, but if needed to pick up would have to be reasonable distance. Thanks, Leon
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Re: FS: 2000 K1200LT - Russel Heated Seat, Piaa, LED's

I'm in WV, Martinsburg.

The windshield is actually a CAL-SCi... can't edit the original post, sorry.

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Re: FS: 2000 K1200LT - Russel Heated Seat, Piaa, LED's

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I'm in WV, Martinsburg.

The windshield is actually a CAL-SCi... can't edit the original post, sorry.
Ok, that is probably within range. Let me tell him about bike and see where it goes.
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