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Rodolfo205

Stiolen Yamaha Raptor 700

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Hi guy's

I have a Raptor 700 2007 and they stole it from me.

i found it back but with out frame and Fenders, can some one help me where I can buy a Compleet frame and a compleet Fender kit.

Please reply on this msg or email me

[email protected]

Thanks

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