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Brandon Erickson
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Re: New here no ride yet!

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I’ve got a standard 81 in green. Pretty sure it’s factory but I have wondered as well
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Re: New here no ride yet!

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Brandon Erickson wrote: Fri May 20, 2022 10:09 pm I’ve got a standard 81 in green. Pretty sure it’s factory but I have wondered as well
if it is green it has been repainted
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