The advice I would give anyone relating to any vehicle, if you do not yourself have the knowledge or technical expertise to fully inspect the vehicle, then by all means have it inspected by someone who can/ or does. It is money in the bank. Trust me.
Something as small as cracks in a drive belt that may go overlooked by your average buyer can end up costing you 6-700 bucks. looking at other things like fork seals, drive pulleys, seals and gaskets, all can cost you. I'd even do an oil sample, I would definitely want to see cam tentioners condition- there's another several hundred. C what I mean
Money In da bank- have someone not related to the deal whatsoever look at it. an independent.
My buddy went out of town to get a bike, I couldn't go with him, told him, take it down to the local HD shop and tell techs your going to buy them all pizza for lunch if they look at the scoot for you, they all came out and went over it with a fine toothed comb.
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