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Hello from Nova Scotia

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hi, i have acquired a 1990 bigbear 350 and I'm fixing it up and going to ride it. The engine is strong but the rest needed some love. I'm on a shoe string budget so it is taking some time. But almost there. Read some posts here and i like what this forum has to offer. And hope i can add to the community.

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Good luck with the big bear, I just bought a 97 big bear 350, I really like mine so far. Seem to be great machines.

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