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HEY ITS A 2 Stroke FAN!!!

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hey i love 2-strokes i have a 2000 yamaha blaster and a 2003 blaster, the 2000 blaster motor is being re-built, well we need to get the crank tthrough the bearing. Come check my site out and add me as a friend i will alwayse accept! By the way this is not my blaster!! Thanks

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