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feel free to make an offer, available for pickup in santa clara
don't focus on what's not there, SEE what is
-hubs and straight rims. excel in front, DID in rear
-straight Marzocchi front
-rear sprocket looks fine
-front brake disk also looks fine
husaberg fe350 frame and rear suspension circa 1995 (last registered off road in 97)
2001 husqvarna te610 front end
add bicycle cranks and have the most badass burnignman playa cruiser around
take the hubs and know that 20mm axles fit a ton of bikes including the eventual owner of 'berg: KTM, lace up some 17" rims and motard your ass off
put it in your livingroom to piss off your wife, or make that annoying room mate leave (one in the same?)
go nuts with some drill batteries to make an electric motorcycle!
bill of sale only
i'd trade for a benchtop METAL lathe, something at least 18" between centers and preferably at least 8" swing. a south bend heavy 10 would be awesome, but there are many atlas, clausing, and even craftsman (please not the tiny toy ones) models that would be great and probably a better choice. i can probably put some money on top too.