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2007 07 Ktm 250sxf 250 Sx-f Oem Bottom End Motor Engine Crank Cases Transmission on


Wildomar, California, United States

Wildomar, California, United States

Parts from a 2007 KTM 250 SX-F. Used bottom end engine assembly in non working condition as is. Sold for parts or rebuild. The crank bearings are about to give out or already have. Some gold flakes in the oil when drained. The crank still rotates by hand but not very smoothly. The bike was shut down before any major damage oocurred. The cases are in great shape. NO known damage. The Transmission shifts perfectly through all gears. This bottom end assembly will need a new crank and bearings and will make a perfect rebuild bottom end project or for spare parts.  SEE PICS. Everything you see is included. Thanks for looking!

NOTE: This assembly is sold as is and is non refundable. 

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