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Montana Stolen: 2009 kx450f

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Hey guys,

Just recently had my 2009 KX450F stolen in Montana. Perhaps you have seen the posting on RacerX about it. I also have a link to the VIN and photo of it:

http://www.montanamotocross.com/

Please keep your eye's open if you are in the Montana or NW area!

Thanks everyone...

Jason - 808

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i sent the link to a friend of mine up there to keep his eyes peeled.

That is the suck! Hope you catch them and rearrange their grill.

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Hey guys,

Just recently had my 2009 KX450F stolen in Montana. Perhaps you have seen the posting on RacerX about it. I also have a link to the VIN and photo of it:

http://www.montanamotocross.com/

Please keep your eye's open if you are in the Montana or NW area!

Thanks everyone...

Jason - 808

Hit up pipestone on the weekends and keep an eye out. I hope you had insurance. Where was it stolen from?

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I have friends riding pipe every weekend. So I think I have that place covered. I thought I had insurance...but my homeowners insurance is telling me different. I am in the middle of a battle with them.

I live in Helena.

Thanks for checking. Much appreciated.

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I have friends riding pipe every weekend. So I think I have that place covered. I thought I had insurance...but my homeowners insurance is telling me different. I am in the middle of a battle with them.

I live in Helena.

Thanks for checking. Much appreciated.

That sucks. Keep an eye on Craigslist as well.

I learned that according to State Farm, ANY motorized vehicle if stored on your property is not covered under the umbrella of a homeowner's policy. Motorized vehicles must carry their own policy. SO needless to say, we have a lot of policies. Dirt bikes are pretty cheap to insure compared to cars.

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Is is times like this when it makes you glad you sprung for the $50 a year it costs to insure it. A well spent 14 cents a day.

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