84 Honda ATC 200s

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  1. Durby

    Durby Supporting Member Forum Supporter

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    I am looking for a seat and both front and rear plastics for 1984 Honda ATC 200s. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks Brandy
     
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    thanks Awk08.. You are awesome. I am trying to get this new bike up and running plus I am still trying to sell Michael's because it is too powerful for us. I need safer bikes for me and the kids.

    PS I misplaced the key for my raptor on the second move from California to Utah, is it hard to switch ignitions so it can be up and running again haha?
     
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    I'm not well versed on 4 stroke ignitions, but most key switches just plug into the harness under the hood. should be an easy plug and play swap. check ebay for a used keyswitch with keys.
     
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    Glad to see you still think of us !!:D Bet you're glad to be out of Commiefornia.

    Have to laugh though that you think a three wheeler is "safer" :rolleyes:
     
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    I say that because it is more of a putt putt than a full throtle. I know 4 wheels on the ground is better than 3..

    I think of you guys all the time.. just super busy
     

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