Moto GP Racer
Join Date: Aug 2006
Location: Austin Texas
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OK, so please answer a couple questions if you would.
1. Is the VIN that is stamped so poorly coming back as stolen?
2. Are they considering it stolen since a VIN was stamped that didn't belong to it so the fake VIN actually looked good?
I have never had to show a bike to State Farm to insure it, I just call them with the VIN and we go from there. If the VIN came back good but didn't actually bellong to the back they wouldn't know. If they saw that crappy stamping job then insured it then shame on them.
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