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LOL I just ran mine and it said the same thing. Not valid
I'll bet there's something wrong with that site.
I tried 2 different numbers and it all came back the same.

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My luck.. allways seems i find the bad sites.
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You can run them at a your local PD if you want to know if its hot or not.

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You can run them at a your local PD if you want to know if its hot or not.
They'll probably arrest you if it comes back stolen, though. I had some numbers run on some guns I bought and they told me that if they came back stolen they would have to arrest me. Luckily, they weren't stolen. This was at the State Police Post.

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Dang that would be messed up. Then you would have to pay a but load to prove your innocent.

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Yeah, I learned to have the numbers run before you buy, because after you buy one, if it's stolen you can't even turn it in to the Police without getting arrested, evidently. I was having the numbers checked, so it would have been the same difference as turning it in to them if it was stolen.

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I have found a site that will take the Vin numbers with out issues....

https://www.nicb.org/theft_and_fraud_awareness/vincheck
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Great, glad you found it. I think I'll bookmark it. It might come in handy.

Most 4-wheeler problems are caused by a loose nut connecting the handlebars and the seat!!

You only need two tools in life -- WD-40 and duct tape. If it doesn't move and should, use the WD-40. If it shouldn't move and does, use the duct tape.
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wheres the vin located on a 97 and 98 trx 300 4x4 ,i cant find it any where,i have 2 of these 4 wheelers and i cant find the vin on either of them,by the way my brother in law bought them both new,
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wheres the vin located on a 97 and 98 trx 300 4x4 ,i cant find it any where,i have 2 of these 4 wheelers and i cant find the vin on either of them,by the way my brother in law bought them both new,
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