For Sale: 2004 Yamaha Warrior in VA
I'd like to keep my Warrior but my daughter just got her license and needs some help in purchasing a used car.
I want to make sure anyone interested sees this FIRST. It's my post after a deer committed suicide on me and the Warrior. This happened 4 years ago. There are no leaks, the paint is not chipped or cracked and you can't see it when you ride. I got a local quote for repair which included pushing the dent out from the inside, some bondo, finishing, and blend the paint for $175.00. Or you could go full custom paint. So with this up front, the bike runs out strong and has no ill effects from the dent. http://www.rswarrior.com/forums/18-anything-goes-well-almost/148652-warrior-1-deer-0-a.html
I purchased the Warrior from the original owner in March 2007 with 7,200 miles. Here's a list of mods and accessories that I've done or came with the bike:http://www.rswarrior.com/forums/members/31112-albums4792.html
Here is my photo album:http://www.rswarrior.com/forums/members/31112-albums3249.html
I've got a box of new Yamaha parts that include F&R wheel bearings and seals, fork and caliper rebuild kits and new chrome Y oil tube. A used OEM clutch cable, OEM clutch and spring, battery tender, extra passenger pillion, and other Warrior stuff that will go with the bike.
The bike has always been garaged, when I bought it, it was raining and sitting in the PO garage. It's been in a heated warehouse for the past 5 years. The Avon Storms are at about 1/2 life with another 5-6 thousand miles on them and left to go. It always starts, runs out STRONG, and NEVER has flashed an error code. Sounds great with the Pro Pipe and Barons BAK. It's got 25,176 miles, never raced or performed any burnouts. If you want a bike that you start and ride, this is one you can do that with. I've got a file full of receipts, three keys (one custom dagger), key tag, original PCIII box and cables, original owners manual and service manual on disc, tool kit too. As of June 11, 2012, KBB says retail value is $5,645; I'll regretfully let it go for $5,300.More Information