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This is a discussion on Registering Aftermarket Frames within the CRF50 forums, part of the General Talk category; Originally Posted by kxrider425 Yeah. And right now my bike is all apart so I am not going to put it back together. And I ...

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    Re: Registering Aftermarket Frames

    Quote Originally Posted by kxrider425
    Yeah. And right now my bike is all apart so I am not going to put it back together. And I dont think they would call a frame a custom motorcycle, even if they didnt require a manufactures license.
    Yo, sell me a tappet cover off your motor if you're parting out. I need one asap.


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    Re: Registering Aftermarket Frames

    Quote Originally Posted by SUZUKIRM12594
    Yo, sell me a tappet cover off your motor if you're parting out. I need one asap.


    Sure Ill sell you a tappet cover...Ill do 350 shipped.



    Oh and then I will give you my motor.





    hahahahaahaha

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    Don't back out on my now! JKJK

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    Re: Registering Aftermarket Frames

    Quote Originally Posted by kxrider425
    Sure Ill sell you a tappet cover...Ill do 350 shipped.



    Oh and then I will give you my motor.





    hahahahaahaha
    Deal! haha. Just ordered one from firepower. Thanks anyway. If only I woulda known about your deal 2 minutes ago, I woulda jumped on it.

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    Re: Registering Aftermarket Frames

    Quote Originally Posted by SUZUKIRM12594
    Deal! haha jk. Just ordered one from firepower. Thanks anyway. If only I woulda known about your deal 2 minutes ago, I woulda jumped on it.


    Oh. Well my price was probably better. But if thats the way you roll whatev.




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    Re: Registering Aftermarket Frames

    Quote Originally Posted by Xare50
    I always wondered if you got an old street legal trailbike and stamp the vin number on your aftermarket frame put the trailbikes licence plate and go ride

    If you got stopped how could they tell it's not legit?


    Two different bikes, you might run the risk of them figuring out its not a trailbike

    id talk to my honda dealer to see if they would stamp the frame,

    buy a used honda frame

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    Re: Registering Aftermarket Frames

    I registered it at AAA, no title just a bill of sale. They seriously didnt even care, I used the crank case number as the vin and I filled out a loss of title paper and had to get the sellers signature proving that he sold it, I got that pretty quickly wink wink. Paid my 50 something dollars and its registered!



    You can also* register it as a custom build but I believ it is more expensive, and it needs to be approved by a CHP officer.

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    Re: Registering Aftermarket Frames

    Quote Originally Posted by RiDe
    I registered it at AAA, no title just a bill of sale. They seriously didnt even care, I used the crank case number as the vin and I filled out a loss of title paper and had to get the sellers signature proving that he sold it, I got that pretty quickly wink wink. Paid my 50 something dollars and its registered!



    You can also* register it as a custom build but I believ it is more expensive, and it needs to be approved by a CHP officer.


    See I am sure I could do that but my bike probably has to be together. Right now its in pieces. I doubt they would stamp my frame if I brought just it in. I dont know I am not gettin a good vibe but I am gonna call the dmv today(I think thats the better choice than the motorcylce store.)





    ****calling right now...xlxrman I'll let you know first thing******

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    Re: Registering Aftermarket Frames

    Cant find the motor vin number. I know I have seen it but where the hell is it?

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    Re: Registering Aftermarket Frames

    Now the dmv is saying that to part out my bike is illegal. Thats bull****. I am tired of this. Now they want me to take EVERYTHING (whats left of my bike) down to the dmv for them to look at. But its not even likely that your gonna register the damn thing. God I hate this.



    Does anyone else have any experience selling frames like this. Was it a big deal? Did the buyer care?



    Thanks guys.

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    the vin is under the front sprocket, if you have a stock ignition cover you might have to take it off to find the vin#. Yea I dont deal with the dmv, AAA is a lot better because your paying to be a member.

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