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Brand New Right Side Muffler Protector

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eB...m=220374742769

As soon as I can dig more out stuff, it'll be up there - I know there is a stock 919 header in there somewhere, it would be perfect for someone to cut the restrictors out of, weld in some straight pipe and then bolt back on.

Not sure what all else - hope to start some serious diggin' next week.

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IMO, a lil high on both the shipping and price of the shield





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Originally Posted by REDROKR View Post
IMO, a lil high on both the shipping and price of the shield
Easier to come down that it is to go up, that's for sure.

I think that guard retails for over a hundred bucks, Ron Ayers sells this at a hair under $90.00, so I think the price is in line considering it is brand spanking new.

The shipping is based on USPS Priority Mail rates plus a couple bucks to cover handling/gas/blah blah blah.

Appreciate your opinion anyway - but I'll never be the cheapest, that is for sure!

Sometimes, I do give stuff away though.....

Oh - Just sold a flipping push button handlebar kill switch for - get this - $90.00!

OK, it was "vintage", but still!

Been selling a ton of stuff for a local dealer, and the prices people overseas are paying is amazing, and you want to see some high freight, I charge $10.00-$20.00 over the cost of shipping just for the hassle of dealing with the customs paperwork, sometimes I do not think that is enough.....

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