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Some guy has asked me to trade my 1999 kawasaki kx 250 2 stroke for his 2001 te husqvarna 570 4 stroke. Good deal?

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  • spyder641 Apr 25, 2010

    I have not tried riding it yet... I am still currently in school and I am sending my dad to check it out. I am used to riding 250s and more MX bikes, anything I should know before I switch to an Enduro?

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Have you tried the husky yet? Yes -, it's a good deal. One hill climb should be enough! Make sure to tape the launch for posterity... P.S.- Huskys like to play in CO., WY., and any other tall places- ED

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