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Tracy Flickinger Vargo

Desperately seeking part for TaoTao ata 150c

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Hi.  New to all of this.   13 year old Son bought a 2013 TaoTao ata -150c quad that needs a new harness and stater.  Tao Tao said they discontinued the model and making replacement parts.  Help?!?   Anyone know where to find these parts?   

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