Rizoma Clutch Cover **SOLD** - Wrist Twisters
 
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post #1 of 16 Old 02-06-2009, 06:59 AM Thread Starter
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Rizoma Clutch Cover **SOLD**

Bought this a while back. Still new in package, but last weekend it warmed up a little bit and I held it up against the bike and have decided against it.

Looks well made like any other Rizoma part but I can put the few bucks towards something else.

I don't think you can get them any more, but they retailed for around a 100-125.00? I think I have 65-70 in it with shipping and will sell it for that (shipped) if anyone is interested.

Don't know who's bike this is from here, but this is a pic I saved when I bought it.


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post #2 of 16 Old 02-06-2009, 07:50 AM
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Hey, I have a motorcycle in the garage that looks exactly like that one.
Thats a great price, I think I remember paying $90 for mine.

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Good plug for your bike

And nobody needs/wants this?

I need some scope mounts for my guns otherwise they'll be naked and naked guns aren't all that enjoyable. And I vowed to myself I wasn't going to spend any extra money this month. My check book hasn't been very happy with me lately.

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Bump.. Kinda forgot about this, but was just cleaning my kitchen pantry and it was on top of a pile of stuff.

65.00 shipped???


Spring is in the air and someone's bike needs some extra bling

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damn i would but spending to much anyways......let me know if you still have it this time next year .......... good luck selling it

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Your posting this at a bad time for me. Between moving expenses, and gun expenses, I'm running low on motorcycle funds...really low :/ I need a cover for one bike, and the other needs to be cleaned. I have no idea what's on it (and other parts of the bike) but the crap doesn't rub off with normal soap and water.

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and the other needs to be cleaned. I have no idea what's on it (and other parts of the bike) but the crap doesn't rub off with normal soap and water.
whats it look like?? pictures?? is it tar?? try mineral spirits... thats what the detailers at the car lot always used on used cars coming in...

mineral spirits then soap and water... 75% of the time it works everytime...



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I'll post pictures tomorrow (if I remember) looks nothing like tar. I'd say it got wet with some type of saturated solution (acid maybe?) and dried.

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... 75% of the time it works everytime...
That doesn't make sense.

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That doesn't make sense.
It's not supposed to.


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is this piece stainless? aluminum? the finish looks to be nearly stainless...Maybe I need another PBR...

30,000 mile 919 survivor. No plans of stopping the abuse any time soon.
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Mine is billett aluminum and appears to be very well made and was a cinch to install, Rizoma does great things with a milling machine. $65.00 is a great price too.

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Mine is billett aluminum and appears to be very well made and was a cinch to install, Rizoma does great things with a milling machine. $65.00 is a great price too.

Dan

Thanks for filling in for me.. This is the same one as Dan has (billett aluminum). Nice looking piece and all my other rizoma stuff is very well made.

I have the Circuit 1 covers on both sides and I just dont' think this matches those with the red paint on my bike. All the other color bikes with the same Circuit 1 covers or just this cover without the Circuit 1 I think would look very sharp.

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SOLD


Headed to the North Country (thanks)

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