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Kazuma VIN Help Please

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I just purchased a used Kazuma ATV. I believe it is a Dingo 150 the VIN: LWOXCDG C051002683 Can anyone give me any info based on the VIN? I tried using a VIN decoder, but it didn't work. Any help would be appreciated, ty.

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This is the best way I know of to get info on your bike. Here is a contact number for kazumausa from their website KazumaUSAOnline.com

(872)216-7050 

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