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And pants and a shirt too I hope.

P---U

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Jimbo Grand Daddy /

Did I miss the part about the warranty?

Edit: checked the site. 6 months seems a little short, but whatevs. (edited)

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Jimbo "Chase Truck" Daddy Wrote:

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> Did I miss the part about the warranty?

>

> Edit: checked the site. 6 months seems a little

> short, but whatevs.

Six months is better than the warranty that comes with a haggard roller you buy from someone's yard.

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Jimbo Grand Daddy /

Dave Scrod Wrote:

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> Jimbo "Chase Truck" Daddy Wrote:

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> -----

> > Did I miss the part about the warranty?

> >

> > Edit: checked the site. 6 months seems a little

> > short, but whatevs.

>

> Six months is better than the warranty that comes

> with a haggard roller you buy from someone's yard.

Difference is, this isn't a haggard roller. It's apparently brand new.

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I'm excited about these honestly. And tomos only had a 6 month warranty anyways. But I think I found where they are sourcing the wheels.

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Warrenty? this is a moped dummy! Be happy you can buy it!

You should be more worried about this part

6 Month limited warranty on bikes assembled by an approved moped shop.

hahahahaha good luck!

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♥Maize♥ BLK Wrote:

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> Warrenty? this is a moped dummy! Be happy you can

> buy it!

Exactly. People just need something to snivel about.

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Saabsonettguy . Wrote:

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> It would be impossible for a small company to

> offer a complete moped that's road legal and ready

> to go. You'll have to put it together yourself and

> get it legal like you would any other vehicle you

> built yourself. If your state requires turn

> signals or a speedometer add them. Think of it as

> a race bike you might be able to get titled.

The only way you can sell a new motor vehicle is complete and ready to go. You can't put it together and make it legal unless it is in the list of NYS certified vehicles. Even a home built vehicle must be inspected by DOT in the capitol. Unless your race bike is on the list of certified vehicles, it can't legally be registered.

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David Gabert /

Pretty neat thread... turn signals, I don't really worry about.

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♥Maize♥ BLK Wrote:

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> Warrenty? this is a moped dummy! Be happy you can

> buy it!

>

> You should be more worried about this part

> 6 Month limited warranty on bikes assembled by an

> approved moped shop.

>

> hahahahaha good luck!

Yea sounds like if anything happens its going to be the shop's headache. Especially first gen stuff. If the bike isnt even together and being tested, lets be honest not everything works the first try.

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Mike, are you approved to assemble them?

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I have not taken the class and am not approved.

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When a company has a warranty claim the parent company pays for the shop time and parts. Looks like people might be getting paid by 77.

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Jesse Stephenson Wrote:

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> When a company has a warranty claim the parent

> company pays for the shop time and parts. Looks

> like people might be getting paid by 77.

Checks in the mail...

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Andrew Squiggman /

Jesse Stephenson Wrote:

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> When a company has a warranty claim the parent

> company pays for the shop time and parts. Looks

> like people might be getting paid by 77.

and waiting, and waiting , and waiting for delivery of payment.

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Peter stop being such a sissy. We make up fake vin #'s all the time in MI. Make a fake bill of sale and call it a magnum or what ever. Or register it in another state. Find a loop hole bro. Or just don't buy one.

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todd amundson /

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Ryan N. ( iamcrkt) — Nov 29, 2015 03:05PM

I will never buy one of these because Todd Amundson sucks and i'll never support a project that he is a part of.

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Georgia don't care!!!!!

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michael rumblev Wrote:

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> Peter stop being such a sissy. We make up fake vin

> #'s all the time in MI. Make a fake bill of sale

> and call it a magnum or what ever. Or register it

> in another state. Find a loop hole bro. Or just

> don't buy one.

I am not planning on buying one, and how do I become a sissy when I am explaining that this moped will not be able to be sold in NY as a motor vehicle for highway use. It is very irresponsible for anyone to claim otherwise. We are talking about a new vehicle here, not a 1979 moped that is on the certified list of accepted vehicles. Just imagine buying a new vehicle of any type and having DMV tell you it can't be registered. Law suit waiting to happen. Hopefully buyers and sellers are listening.

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If you are SO worried about this, I will go to the junk yard, get a vin plate, go to the dmv get a title and sell it to you!

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i'm a hater because you're an asshole to people that I know on the west coast. i'm not naming names but i'm not going to support anything you ever do and will forever be a dick to you in person and online. :)

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peter heid Wrote:

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> I am not planning on buying one, and how do I

> become a sissy when I am explaining that this

> moped will not be able to be sold in NY as a motor

> vehicle for highway use. It is very irresponsible

> for anyone to claim otherwise. We are talking

> about a new vehicle here, not a 1979 moped that is

> on the certified list of accepted vehicles. Just

> imagine buying a new vehicle of any type and

> having DMV tell you it can't be registered. Law

> suit waiting to happen. Hopefully buyers and

> sellers are listening.

It's not a vehicle for highway use, it's a fucking moped.

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Dave Scrod Wrote:

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> It's not a vehicle for highway use, it's a fucking

> moped.

You need to understand the law and it's definitions.

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peter heid Wrote:

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> > It's not a vehicle for highway use, it's a

> fucking

> > moped.

>

> You need to understand the law and it's

> definitions.

Sure thing, officer.

And you need to understand that I don't give a single shit. I suppose I'm just spoiled because I live in CA where things are easy.

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It will do no good to the sport, and those who support it, if a newbie buys a moped he can't register. Oh, wait he can go to the junk yard and get a vin tag. Go ahead and tell the person that buys one to break the law so he can register it. Those selling it should be able to tell prospective buyers what will be required for registration in each state, or if it can even be legally registered.

In NY a "vehicle for highway use" is any vehicle that can be registered for road use.

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Riding a moped is a sport now?

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It is when the fucker breaks down!

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Dave Scrod Wrote:

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> Riding a moped is a sport now?

>

Here we go with the "Definitions" again...

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I'd love to stay and chat but I'm gonna go ride my untitled moped in the CA sunshine now.

I hope I score a touchdown!

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peter heid Wrote:

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> michael rumblev Wrote:

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> > Peter stop being such a sissy. We make up fake

> vin

> > #'s all the time in MI. Make a fake bill of

> sale

> > and call it a magnum or what ever. Or register

> it

> > in another state. Find a loop hole bro. Or just

> > don't buy one.

>

>

> I am not planning on buying one, and how do I

> become a sissy when I am explaining that this

> moped will not be able to be sold in NY as a motor

> vehicle for highway use. It is very irresponsible

> for anyone to claim otherwise. We are talking

> about a new vehicle here, not a 1979 moped that is

> on the certified list of accepted vehicles. Just

> imagine buying a new vehicle of any type and

> having DMV tell you it can't be registered. Law

> suit waiting to happen. Hopefully buyers and

> sellers are listening.

I'm sure 77 will inform buyers of what type documents it will come with. It's the buyers responsibility to determine if it's going to legal in their state. Really bringing up legality of mopeds on this site is kinda of joke. 90% of the owners bikes on here are far from legal with all of the modifications. Most states anything that has more then 49cc and goes over 40 is illegal. You built a cool moped with fancy parts but your strict "definition" of "legal" is lame and boring to read about. If you don't plan on buying one why do you even care?

Now a new 2T moped being available to the public is pretty exciting to read about, hopefully we get some more reading material (about the bike) and less peanut gallery blather. It would also seem that having more mopeds on the road (legal or not) would good for the "sport".

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