"Also look on the front forks where they touch the frame if you pull the handlebars all the way to either side. You will see a tab attached to the frame that stops the forks. The tabs will be bent bad in a hard landing or could be lightly dinged up. Either way I would stay away from a used bike after seeing a screwed up tab.
Oh yeah I'm new to the board and this is my first post hope it helps. I herd it from a coworker who had 19 years experiance in collision repair."
If you don't have someone who knows about bikes that you can take with you read this: Used Motorcycle Evaluation Guide I have browsed this and it looks like some pretty good info. Good luck, I hope you don't get
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