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Is they're "billet" the same as Euro & US "billet"?
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From the limited photos that thing actually looks alright.

You going to be the dealer Roon?
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Motors gunna be fat on the right hand side with the clutch actuator on the rh side of the basket.

Got a picture with the front guard twisted 90 degrees ?
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Released in The Year of the Dog is a bit of a worry though...
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Is it just me or does it look similar to the 2017-2018 Husky range
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Released in The Year of the Dog is a bit of a worry though...
There's a close up of the pipe on facebook it's a bit of a dog.
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I suppose we used to laugh at the Japanese bikes and cars of the 60s....and the Korean ones of the 80s...someone else's turn?
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I suppose we used to laugh at the Japanese bikes and cars of the 60s....and the Korean ones of the 80s...someone else's turn?
Yep that we did, I bought two Crossfire Chinese bikes, one a 140 and the other a 250 brand new @ $3,600 for both, they are coming up to 2 years old now and I can say they have been a pretty good thing for what they get used for which is around the farm and for the kids, only problem has been a blown shock 16 months in ($120) and a leaking rear master cylinder ($75), thats it. They are no race bike but I did no buy them for that.
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