Join Date: Apr 2002
Location: San Jose, CA, USA
Re: Used K1200r
Assuming he has kept good service records (which I always take as a sign of a resonsible bike owner) ask for all of the service receipts for review to verify schedule maintenance was done correctly. This will also show any issues, service bulletins, etc. addressed. Look for scuff marks low on the bike. footpegs and such not so much but any scrapes low on the bike could indicate it has been down (sometimes folks only replace the damage higher on the bike, never got that). If he has it services at the local dealer talk to them about the bike and have them give it a once over before sealing the deal. If he still has the stock exhause make sure it comes with the deal, along with any other stock parts that have been removed/replaced.
San Jose, CA
2010 R1200RT Polar Metallic
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