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1985 Honda TRX250 - Finding The VIN #

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I tried to find this earlier with no avail. This will help alot. Tomorrow I will turn this quad upside down if I have to to find the number. Thank you again man.

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It is on the frame crossmember in the front behind the bumper. If you have a winch installed the mounting plate will be covering it up.

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