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Hey Guys,
When I got my 525 I didn't licence it to save $150. I got a "certificate of origin". I was wanting to know how you sell it to someone else? On the back of the certificate it says to sign on the next line that it must be new. I know there been few of you that built a quad then sold it, so what did you do?
 

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You will have to take it and have it registered in your name, thats the only way to get a title. If the new buyers bank or lending institution allows a MSO (Manufacturers Sheet of Origin) to be used as colleratal, then that might work too.
But a MSO is not a title.
 

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Thanks for reply,
I stopped at my dealer earlier in the day and they gave me a dmv paper to fill out. He said all I had to do was fill it out and staple the mso to it.
Now that I'm quad-less I need to find a boat forum lol that's my next hobby. I also made sure to give the guy that bought my quad a link to this site so he'll probably be posting soon.
Thanx to everyone for there help since I've joined the forum.
 
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