FS: puch racey kit

Just as displayed here break>

$60 shipped?

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link fail, but you all get the point

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Pics?

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david christianson

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yup

He might be under a new username but look for the "sxfl.qwest.net"

next to the author, dead giveaway.

better luck next time...

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well thats intresting because when i looked up David Christianson this came up

Author: tacos (---.midco.net)

Verified User: davychrist

Date Posted: 12-14-10 00:41

Attachment: 1292305298_img00009201012132331.jpg

Seriously?

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yes I'm fucking serious, David Christianson isn't from Colorado, he is from Sioux Falls.

Oh but look at that, it says in your profile you're from California, but you're posting from Sioux Falls? I can smell your bullshit all the way from the east coast dude!

Buyer beware on this one

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Author: dave (---.sxfl.qwest.net)

Verified User: davychrist

Date Posted: 01-19-11 23:55

Author: sphamm (---.sxfl.qwest.net)

Verified User: hamminator

Date Posted: 01-21-11 01:15

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hamminator also posted in this thread under midco.net

https://www.mopedarmy.com/forums/discuss/2/392281/392281/

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davychrist and hamminator have posted from:

'---.rdns.blackberry.net'

'---.midco.net'

'---.sxfl.qwest.net'

'12.27.210.---'

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Luke “Funkenet” Hosfield /

Who runs this site? Maybe they can just kick davychrist taco douche off the site?

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There isn't really any way to kick someone off a website. All they have to do is find a proxy server, or just wait for their ISP to assign them a new IP.

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Luke “Funkenet” Hosfield /

Mars, please do not give the taco kid any ideas. But I guess I see your point.

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Pablo Puchasso /

Tell me about Novato. I lived there a while. You really from there?

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Luke “Funkenet” Hosfield /

Novato (pronounced /nəˈvɑːtoʊ/ nǝ-VAH-toh) is a city located in the North Bay region of the San Francisco Bay Area, in northern Marin County. Novato is located about 10 miles (16 km) north-northwest of San Rafael, at an elevation of 30 feet above sea level (nine meters). As of 2009, the State of California estimated the city population to be about 52,737. Novato is about 30 miles (48 km) north of San Francisco on U.S. 101.

What is now Novato was originally the site of several Coast Miwok villages: Chokeche, near downtown Novato, Puyuku, near Ignacio, and Olompali, at the present Olompali State Historic Park.

In 1839 the Mexican government granted the 8,876-acre (35.92 km2) Rancho Novato to Fernando Feliz. The rancho was named after a local Miwok leader who had probably been given the name of Saint Novatus at his baptism. Subsequently four additional land grants were made in the area; Rancho Corte Madera de Novato to John Martin in 1839, Rancho San Jose to Ignacio Pacheco in 1840, Rancho Olompali awarded in 1843 to Camilo Ynitia, son of a Coast Miwok chief, and Rancho Nicasio, by far the largest at 56,621 acres (229.1 km2), awarded to Pablo de la Guerra and John B.R. Cooper in 1844. Novato, along with the rest of California, became part of the United States on February 2, 1848. Early pioneers included Joseph Sweetser and Francis De Long who bought 15,000 acres (61 km2) in the mid-1850s and planted orchards and vineyards.

The first post office at Novato opened in 1856; it closed in 1860, and a new post office opened in 1891.

The first school was built in 1859 at the corner of Grant Avenue at what is today Redwood Boulevard.

The original town was located around Novato Creek at what is now South Novato Boulevard. A railroad was built in 1879, connecting Novato to Sonoma County and San Rafael. The area around the train depot became known as New Town, and forms the edge of what today is Old Town Novato. The current depot was built in 1917, but closed in 1959 and is largely derelict. The depot consisted of two buildings, a warehouse and a station. The warehouse burned twice in the intervening years and was torn down in late 2007 to make way for a Whole Foods development, while the station is still standing.

A Presbyterian church, still a landmark in Novato today, was built in 1896. Until 2006 it housed a number of City offices, but was vacated that year due to safety concerns and condemned. The church is still standing while the City Council contemplates its rehabilitation.

The Great Depression of the 1930s had a marked effect on the area as many farmers lost their land. After World War II, Novato grew quickly with the construction of tract homes and a freeway. As the area was unincorporated much of the growth was unplanned and uncontrolled. Novato was finally incorporated as a city in 1960. One of the most important venues of the time (1960 to 1965) was "Western Weekend". Beard growing contests sponsored by Bob's Barber Shop and many other odd activities helped to bring this community together.

Novato is located at 38

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Rob @t ATTN! Burrito /

been out since 12/05/09 when our 2009 arrived lazer sport 5 in usa

now 2010 upgraded in looks only (same) ped looks only

so if you see an 09 model it will have blacked out wheels from us in california

2010 has polished lip on alloy wheels

thats it

but if check prices very low compared to any other new moped parts out there

no one has new since mopeds been here since 70s all are old stock

lazer mopeds are newest pedal moped in usa

but i promise they are here to stay

jerry

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