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Honda Recon plastics


Ironworker709
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Just a shot in the dark here..but...

Does anyone have the red rear plastics for a 2000 honda recon in eastern Georgia areas?..

We live in Millen area..it is in between Waynesboro and Statesboro

My 17 year old grandson has somehow tore ours up and the battery pocket in it is even busted and the battery is hanging now

Dont much care if it is faded or not..it will be getting rebuilt soon and we probably paint it anyhow

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I looked for some used plastics for mine several months ago I found a few for sale on ebay ,and marketplace, craigslist the ones I found were in very bad shape and were expensive. So I ended up getting new from Motorsport for only a little more than the used ones in bad shape. Most of the ones I found were over 100.00 and then they want to stick you for shipping so now your into it for 130.00, then you have to buy paint primer and sandpaper, that runs it up close to the price of new. Just thought I would relay my experience.

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