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FS 2016 KLR 650 w/ cargo sidecar

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Daub
2016 Kawasaki KLR650 Urban Camo, less than 5000 miles. Bought new, after initial 600 miles, the RTW sidecar conversion began. This rig was designed and built to take you anywhere and bring you back home.

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Asking $7,800, less than 5000 miles. Do not want tp clog up storage space here, please see CL listing for many more photos and list of details on mods and build.



Am open to hearing offers of trade, with or without cash, up or down. Interested in Vstrom1000 or Gold Wing 1800 or Rocket III.

Located NW Houston
Thanks for looking,

CCjon
Text or call 361-eight-one-3-7-three-7-four
 
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Windmill

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If someone gave me a 2016 KLR I could not build your bike for 7800. WOW! Great build. I built a 2012 and know the expense and she only had two wheels. They are bullet proof. Once again good build TallRider and glws
 
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Who built and set up the sidecar?
I did. This is my tenth sidecar rig, have ridden over 75,000 miles on sidecars in the last six years. I do all my own maintenance. When I decided to return to South America to ride the rest of the Pan American Highway, I drew upon my previous experiences down there to select, design and build a rig that could handle the conditions there, have parts, tires, etc easy to find when needed, any local mechanic could repair it (i.e. no electronics) and be affordable enough to sell to a local when the rides was over.
The only two bikes that meet that criteria are the KLR650 and the DR650. The KLR has a larger aftermarket of suppliers.
 
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This is the coolest KLR I’ve ever seen. The only thing I think would make it even cooler would be to replace that toolbox with a casket.
 
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a very nice and well equipped rig.
I've seen other KLR rigs, this has to be the best thought out.
DMC is arguably the best sidecar maker.
If I were 20 years younger (make that 10) I'd be all over it.
Good luck with the sale
 

grandelatte

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What a cool rig! If I didn't already have a hack, I'd be all over it.
 
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Thanks for all the kind words, building this KLR was a labor of love and laser intent to have a rig that could handle anything South America might throw at her.

The KLR rig and I were on our way to South America when my dream ride ended in Miami, January 9th. After dropping off the bike with the air freight forwarder, a young lady driver failed to notice I was walking in the crosswalk first. Now am another auto-pedestrian statistic in the Dade County record books. Even when you are in the right, you can be wronged.

Will be back in Houston by mid-week, for those who have asked to come see her.
 
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