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liftedhigh

Hi from TN

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I'm from Clarksville TN. I run an ATV/dirt bike repair shop so maybe I can give out some advice while I'm here. I also flip bikes for the fun and money:biggrin:.

My personal ride: 04 LTZ 400 w/ 440 big bore kit, fmf power bomb, lexx mxe exhaust, uni, stock carb modified and jetted, asv levers and more dress up stuff.

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