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In my experience sellers usually sugar coat that sort of thing. They're deliberately vague and feign ignorance (I doesn't know nothing about no transmissions). I suppose they count on the momentum of the sale (you traveled a long ways etc.)and that they can claim they did say something about the problem. Whatever they tell you I'd multiply times three. It could be a clutch or first gear could be toast--it's tough to tell from the description (by design). I understand the other posters enthusiasm for C900s but I'd figure on a clutch job at the very least and a good possibility of needing a new transmission. If it still makes sense knowing that then go for it.
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- Opinion on a 92 900T vert in Miami, Chrisa70, Sun, 10 Jun 2012 05:02:46
- Sugar coating, No Snaab , Tue, 12 Jun 2012 04:58:55
- Re: Opinion on a 92 900T vert in Miami, Chrisa70, Tue, 12 Jun 2012 04:40:31
- Re: Opinion on a 92 900T vert in Miami, turbocon86, Sun, 10 Jun 2012 09:01:17
- Re: Opinion on a 92 900T vert in Miami, pushrodsaab, Sun, 10 Jun 2012 05:21:59
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