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Sold my 02’ PW50 today to a buddy for $950.
Buddy sold his 50 quad not running for $1600 in two hours. Crazy times
 

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Sold my 02’ PW50 today to a buddy for $950.
Buddy sold his 50 quad not running for $1600 in two hours. Crazy times
That’s nuts! I might pull the trigger on a new 90. I have a 9 year old, 3 and 1 1/2. I think it might be a good buy because I can passé it down to each kid.

Not much more than a Sano used one...


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That’s nuts! I might pull the trigger on a new 90. I have a 9 year old, 3 and 1 1/2. I think it might be a good buy because I can passé it down to each kid.

Not much more than a Sano used one...


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A 2020pw 50 is $2400. Nothing changed since 2002 drivetrain wise. Kids quads and bikes hold their value
 

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Yamaha Raptor line every size from 50 -700 only manuf with full line

Raptor 50, if you really want to start small, it will be outgrown in short if he really likes doing it.
Raptor 80 is also a good starting spot, small and auto 3 speed
Raptor 90 is a big step from the 80 in physical size, power and suspension
Raptor 125 almost full size full suspension and yet only 125cc
Raptor 250 is a little rocket
Raptor 350, then 450 then the 660 onto the 700
 

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I am also looking for an older 2 stroke Suzuki LT50 for my son to start riding. If anyone else has one in good shape they want to sell let me know. Have cash in hand. I dont mind if it needs a little work as I work on all my bikes so no big deal there. I grew up riding a yellow and blue one. Me and both my brothers learned to ride on it and I would like a 50 to be my sons first bike as well.
 

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Yea, i have the title. I gave the bike to my brother but he decided to put his son on a CRF50 with training wheels, and the quad is just sitting. Its an ugly duckling that needs a top-end. It runs, but is down on power and has low compression. Top end kits are available for $50.

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Just look how cute the lil guy is😂
 

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I am also looking for an older 2 stroke Suzuki LT50 for my son to start riding. If anyone else has one in good shape they want to sell let me know. Have cash in hand. I dont mind if it needs a little work as I work on all my bikes so no big deal there. I grew up riding a yellow and blue one. Me and both my brothers learned to ride on it and I would like a 50 to be my sons first bike as well.
I have an ‘84 LT50, it’s ugly but it’s all there. Been painted black, and has been sitting for a few years. Ran when parked but it was down on power a bit, was gonna throw a new top end in it as I think that it was just getting tired. If your interested lemme know

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I'm selling a Suzuki 50 and Bombardier 90. I keep them in Parker and will be out there in the next couple of weeks if anyone is interested. Also, will be out there for Thanksgiving. PM with questions. Here are a couple of pics that I had my phone.
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