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    WTB Honda CT110

    I'm looking for a Honda as per above with Hi/Lo gearbox. Have checked Turners and other outlets. Happy to do some restoration but ultimately will use the bike for exploring/hunting. This model chosen as it is comparatively light for an older guy to haul out of ruts. Other recommendations for suitable old-man-lightweight-4 stroke- bike welcomed.

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    If you are traveling over sticky clay tracks a CT110 will become useless pretty quick. I'd go with an xr200 over a 110. More clearance on mud guards, takes better tires can still sit on it and touch the ground, (90-2003 models have reduced suspension travel vs 81-90) not too heavy. An XR200 geared low with big rear sprocket will climb anything that bigger bikes will. Xr150 might be ok also, but xr200 likely cheaper and slightly better power.

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    They are great machines for "putting around". Many a deer has had their last journey on one.
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    Thanks for the comments re the xr200 yerimaginaryM8 and your contact tetawa. I am honestly a putt putt man in the crudest sense as I have (retired) time on my hands. Definitely do not want some powerful beast that I'd have to wrestle with.

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    I have one they are good. but mines not for sale. at one stage you could get one for a box. it would be more like $1000 now.

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    Wonder about the honda ctx 200?

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    Worth considering. Estimated 30Kg heavier than the ct110.

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    ctx200 is noticeably heavier than xr200 dr200 is also heavy and fairly gutless
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    I knew the 90s came with the Hi/lo but never had much to do with the 110. Great bikes. Theres a 90 on trade me over 40yr old and still $800.....clearly the hold value...

    Great bikes and go anywhere.
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    Crf or dr would be far superior, the cts are getting old and worn out or if you find a good one they drug money to buy
    Plus later model stuff is light and easier to handle than ct and better suspension aswell which will make any ride far more enjoyable
    And easier on the body
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    Quote Originally Posted by longrange308 View Post
    Crf or dr would be far superior, the cts are getting old and worn out or if you find a good one they drug money to buy
    Plus later model stuff is light and easier to handle than ct and better suspension aswell which will make any ride far more enjoyable
    And easier on the body
    A ct110 is not comparable to a crf or dr. The ct can crawl along at less than snails pace which is where they excell.

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    Lot easier to balance with a little speed, gound clearance is also a bonus

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    Not cheap but there are a couple on the yellow site.
    https://www.trademe.co.nz/1428850150
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    Quote Originally Posted by MSL View Post
    A ct110 is not comparable to a crf or dr. The ct can crawl along at less than snails pace which is where they excell.
    And no clutch, you can ride with one hand. Or easy walk it though tough places. Racks to burn. Step though, easy on off.
    There's a reason why there so popular.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shootm View Post
    Not cheap but there are a couple on the yellow site.
    https://www.trademe.co.nz/1428850150
    Iv seen hardly used ones sell for 5k.

 

 

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