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Thanks for the reply Smith,

Not one person in my family wanted me to even get the bike because of what might happen, or DID happen to my friends. So I know for a fact that nobody wants it. The place I bought it from is a motorcycle dealer only, so it's not like I can trade it towards a car. I am in Texas and the weather is getting real bad (rain, cold) sp now is NOT the time to try and sell.

The one thing that puzzles me is this: If I sell the bike for let's say .... $3,000, I still owe $1,700 on it. So a guy gives me a check for $3,000 how do I make it legally his without totally paying off the bike? Did I just make sense?

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