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    Answered: Little help for a friend

    I have a friend that has been telling me that she had a minibike when she was a kid but had no idea what it was. She finally found a pic of it and sent it to me... I had to ask which one was her.... Shes on the back...



    I think its a Cat 300X... I sent her a link to the forum pictures of a 300X and also asked if it had a suspension seat... Maybe a 400X??? I haven't heard back yet.

    Am I on the right track???

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  2. "The pic you posted looks like the handlebars are straight (not tilted), which would eliminate the 350 and 400 series. The white fender and blue paint make me think All American model, sold by JC Penny. It was a 250 series, so it had straight handlebars. It also sported that fork spring like the high series had

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    Yes, looks like a Cat. I don't think it's a 300 series since it has a front fender. Could be 350 or 400 series. Hard to say which one without a side picture but maybe someone knows another way to ID it -- paint color?

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    The pic you posted looks like the handlebars are straight (not tilted), which would eliminate the 350 and 400 series. The white fender and blue paint make me think All American model, sold by JC Penny. It was a 250 series, so it had straight handlebars. It also sported that fork spring like the high series had

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    Wow you can see those toughskin pants shining from a distance lmao

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    Quote Originally Posted by massacre View Post
    Wow you can see those toughskin pants shining from a distance lmao
    That's funny I remember those Sears "Toughskin" jeans, you could put holes in the knees though they weren't that tough, them Mom ironed those huge patches on the knees to allow you to get through the season.
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