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Date: Wed, 03 May 2000 21:35:13
Subject: Re: 84 yamaha razz....I NEED HELP!
From: Hajasz
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I have a 95 Razz. Beware of the tires being smooth from wear. Just took
mine out last month and skidded out. Just healed up. $400 is a little
high. What does he mean by "kick start" just the metal kick start
footlever or the assembly inside the tranny. For $400 I would expect
something that was running. Ask relatives or friends of your family if
they have a older moped around, probably someone has something with a
larger wheel on it. The Razz is neat looking but they are a little funky
to handle because of the the tiny wheels.
Steve Hajasz

JennieRise@aol.com wrote:
> > I'm a 15 year old girl who is interested in buying her first moped. Someone
> is willing to sell me a 84 yamaha razz for 400 but it needs a whole new
> kickstart. I called my local yamaha and they said a new kickstart would cost
> around 30 dollars. Does anyone know if this moped is worth it???Any
> information on yamaha razzes would be appreciated. Also I need to know how
> to put the kickstart in it.
> > Thanx
> Jennie
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