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I am thinking of opening a new motorsports shop in PA. But I can think of a good name, I think I found a good location, but I am not sold on it yet. I just want to get any feedback before I even open on what you like to see and not like to see in a motorsport shop? Thanks for your reply!!

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I will start out selling new and used parts, and I have contacted MTA, ASV, Four gear and others to be a dealer for them. I will be close to local race tracks so I hope to help racers if they break something, or just need replacement parts like brakes, and oil etc. Other than that I am going off the seat of my pants! Thanks for the reply!

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Wow I would love to do something like that. I wish I had the courage to start it.

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Ya we have no clue what we are getting into! We are looking at just basic tools we will need, its over 20K! Plus to find a building and all, its going to be hard to do. But we love to ride and want to ride till we die! We want to keep places for our kids to ride, so this is what we think we can do to help.

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My husband and I have talked about how fun that would be to own a store.

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Well I think I am going for it. We are planing on getting a old builing that needs a new roof, dont have water or sewage, no power or anything, even the block work is all cracked up. But its what we can afford. Its going to take lots of time to get it all ready to go. The good thing is its 1 min. from a track, 3 min from a new super highway, and 5 min. from a existing major highway. Hope it works! Wish us luck!

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I ran into some problems, Truck blew up, etc.. So I have no funds right now. I still plan on doing it though. I will keep informed!

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Well I am still working on everything. I am selling parts on ebay. I have 4 quads I am parting out, and one I am going to rebuild. I have a 87 Warrior, 83 Honda ATC 250R, 87 LT230S, and I belive a 87 LT230 auto clutch. I am going to rubild a newer blaster frame up. If you need any parts let me know. Thanks!

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You should put some stuff up in the classifieds section also. What's the link to your stuff on ebay? :smile:

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I just sold 12 parts the other day. I will be listing more next week. this week my family and I are going on vaca to maryland. leaving friday to next friday. so i dont want to list things and not be here to ship, answer questions. but let me know if you guys need anything off of a 83 atc 250r, 87 warrior, 87 lt230! most parts are gone, but i have the little odds and ends that finish a quad from it works to runs great. Thanks!

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Got some parts on ebay now! check them out! kenmg15314 is my ebay name. Thanks for all your support, I dont think I could stick with it without you guys! Thanks again!

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Can you post a link to your auctions, because I search with your user name, and it doesn't come up. Thanks

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Do you have a clutch perch for the LT250R with the e-brake button? What about the front plastic is it any good?

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