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Parts for autobike

I own an Auto Bike but one little plastic piece which pushes against the derailer is broken I made a new piece which seems to work but would like to buy a new component. I believe AutoBike is closed does anyone known if spare parts are available

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    I a rand trail blazer bike the serial number is w980551892 I would like to know how speeds it has and where to order a new derailer and a new pair of peddles for it


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