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Hello, I recently got the opportunity to buy a scrambler classic 2017 for the same price as the sixty2 2020. Should I take it or should I just get the sixty2 that is newer...?
 

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same situation to mine last year, finally i got 803 but you should take time to check out bike's quality.

here's the list of carefully check
-no crashed, no fall and no anything cracked (check the every bike's part)
-Wheel center
-total miles should not more than 15,000 km (mine 5,000 km)
-electronics system
-accessories & part
-CLUTCH STATUS* (because it's the main issue of scrambler)
-listening to engine sound
-test ride to making sure of your decision
-if your sure, get them and have fun!
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same situation to mine last year, finally i got 803 but you should take time to check out bike's quality.

here's the list of carefully check
-no crashed, no fall and no anything cracked (check the every bike's part)
-Wheel center
-total miles should not more than 15,000 km (mine 5,000 km)
-electronics system
-accessories & part
-CLUTCH STATUS* (because it's the main issue of scrambler)
-listening to engine sound
-test ride to making sure of your decision
-if your sure, get them and have fun! View attachment 44473
it is at 2,000 km. I did the test ride and enjoyed myself. Everything looks good. Thank you!
 
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