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FOR SALE - 97 MXZ 670

Postby ohiomxz » October 6th, 2002, 1:12 pm

I'm selling my MXZ 670. I found a decent deal on a newer Doo that I want. The 670 just rolled over 3000 miles last season and is pretty tricked out and really moves! Here's a list of some of the "goodies":
Engine was Ported & Polished
Goodwin Cluth kit
Twin K&N Air Filters
Twin Dynoport Pipes
192 Stud Boy Picks
Holeshot skid plate
USI Skis
New "medium" windshield
Since I parked it last season, the following have been replaced:
10" Carbides
Powdercoated Trailing arms black + new stickers
Powdercoated hood screens purple
Ski Legs and all bushings to tighten things up
2 of the 4 front arms - old ones were rusty
4 new yellow bogie wheels - old ones were wrong color!
Trunk Compartment & buttons
Spankin New Cover
And lastly...I have the following original/extra parts:
Complete Exhaust System
Stock Air Box
Low Windshield
Gas Tank
Handle Bars
Another Cover
Sled looks awesome...and runs with the big boys! The only "problems" are that 1 of the picks pulled thru and the tunnel had a crack that was professionly welded. I'm asking $3000 for the sled but will consider all offers. I need to sell it to buy the newer one!!!!!
I can be reached via email at or phone at 330-722-4059

*This Message was edited on 06-Oct-02 06:21 PM by ohiomxz*
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FOR SALE - 97 MXZ 670

Postby ohiomxz » October 11th, 2002, 12:10 pm

Picked up the 2000 MXZ 700 this I really need to sell the 97 MXZ670. It's on ebay now. Check out the pics and Make Me An Offer!!!!!
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FOR SALE - 97 MXZ 670

Postby lefraf » October 11th, 2002, 12:17 pm

Would you be interested in trading it for a Tundra with an additional Tundra parts sled, X-edition? I also have a sno-jet with M-10 suspension, 242 studs, and homemade plastic skis. Oh, and also sno-cross bars. I love this sled, the only thing that I don't like is the low windshield.


P.S. the more that I think about it, you're getting over on me. You'll have to throw in an extra grand to make the deal kosher.
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