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I bought a yz250(1984) with-out ownership, to have ownership I must have the vin number but there are 4 numbers missing where the clutch cable has worn them away over the years, would there be another vin number anywhere on the bike and if so where is it....? or what can I do...? VIN number starts JYA39X????A002351 thanks Lee

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Can't you "forget" about ownership and just ride the bike without a title? After all, you bought it that way. Some states have a "rebuilt from parts" option for bikes and cars. Check with the state and see if you can get title that way. The 10th digit would be "E" if the bike is a 1984. The 9th digit is the key. It is a verification digit tied to a mathematical formula using the prior 8 digits. Any chance the vehicle division in your state could run the existing license plate and locate the needed info that way? How about the registered owners contact info? Yes, I know how freaky the state can be when asking for information. Probably the best thing to do if you must have a title is to go to a cycle junkyard and buy what is left of a YZ250 that has a title and then use that frame, or at the least, re-number your frame to match the junkyard bikes title.

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