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Welcome to QC !! Those are sweet rides !!

Thank you!

The kazuma I found on craigslist last week for $60.00 lady said it didn't run. Adjusted the valves and cleaned the carb and fires up easy now.

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Welcome to QC!! Alot of people I know including me ride in the Mahanoy area / windmills. You ever go up that way?

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Not sure I do. Windmills sounds fimiliar though

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