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Author Topic: 1984 Honda XR80 SLO Burn Hellride  (Read 6227 times)

Offline irk miller

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Re: 1984 Honda XR80 SLO Burn Hellride
« Reply #30 on: Nov 10, 2017, 15:34:58 »
I should really just but up cheap pit bikes all winter to sell there

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Do it, man.  That's what I'm doing down here.  That's exactly what the Z haul is for.  Seems like you have more listings than we get, too.

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Re: 1984 Honda XR80 SLO Burn Hellride
« Reply #31 on: Nov 10, 2017, 15:38:51 »
Do it, man.  That's what I'm doing down here.  That's exactly what the Z haul is for.  Seems like you have more listings than we get, too.
I did alright on that 90cc Yamaha. Need about 10 more of those. The z50 haul will treat you right

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