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I'm going to look at a'87 CBR 600, advice on things to look out for?

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Default I'm going to look at a'87 CBR 600, advice on things to look out for?

I've only owned one bike before this so I'm still somewhat inexperienced with motorcycles. Does anyone have any suggestions about specific things to look for on the bike before purchasing? I know the usual suspects: check tires for tread and cracks on the walls, listen for pings or knocks in the engine. But how do you know if the swing arm is still good? Or the forks, chain and sprocket, rear suspension? Any advice would be helpful, thanks! ------
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