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    Washington State dudes

    Wanna go in with me? I sent the dude and email and he said he wants to sell them both at the same time, but if they sit forever he'll sell them seperate.

    I want the 350...

    http://seattle.craigslist.org/see/mcy/1365829973.html
    I was right in the middle of a fucking reptile zoo, and somebody was giving booze to these goddam things.

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    Ah man if it was a CB350 I'd be all over that. Figure I better stick to learning one engine at a time. Good Luck!
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    So, which bike is overall a better bike? The RD350 or the 400? A buddy of mine is thinking of going in on it with me, but we havent decided on which bike goes where. He is leaning toward the 350 though.
    I was right in the middle of a fucking reptile zoo, and somebody was giving booze to these goddam things.

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    in this case the rd350 because it has a title and is together. Buying a bike in pieces with no title is really just buying a shed load of parts, great if you have another - lousy if you are going to try to build something out of it (unless that something is a racebike).

    as for which is the better bike overall the rd350 or the rd400? well that is a matter of preference. I happen to like the rd400s more because I had one (a green 1976) and I think they are more civilized (or as civilized as a fire breathing two stroke can get) but I can see the appeal of an rd350.

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    Yeah, don't know if its gonna happen now anyway, dude said crank is pretty well crap meaning the rest of the set up probably is too and its 2.5 hours away. A little too far for me to go there and confirm its crap. Oh well.
    I was right in the middle of a fucking reptile zoo, and somebody was giving booze to these goddam things.

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