***SOLD***FS:Sato Rearsets & Penske Shock - Wrist Twisters
 
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***SOLD***FS:Sato Rearsets & Penske Shock

Penske shock in excellent condition, the exact same one as in this thread:
https://www.wristtwisters.com/forums/...all-25427.html
(I bought it from arctic954). I didn't change any of the adjustments as we are about the same size and riding style and it worked great for me. $450 shipped

Also have a set of silver Sato rearsets in excellent condition $300 shipped.
Payment by USPS International money order or Paypal gift (regular paypal +5%)

I travel to Washington State frequently so the parts can be shipped from within USA. Let me know if you need more information or have any questions.
Thanks for looking.
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Holy Crap! If I still had my 9er I would be all over that Penske shock.



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Dibs on penske. Pm incoming

Edit: I'm in Seattle too

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Dammit too late! Seconds on the Penske....

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Penske is sold.

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Shock is gone, thanks andrewebay1
Apparently I can't edit the post to mark it sold.

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I snoozed and lost. Congrats Andrew!

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When Arctic was parting his bike, I wanted the bars and this but was beyond what I can afford at the time. 2nd time around and I'm charging it lol

Btw, the rearsets are still for sale. Title makes it look sold.

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Congrats andrewbay - I'm sure you'll love it.

Edited the title to reflect that the rearsets are still available. I wonder if they'll fit the 599?

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Sato says they will fit 599 up to MY 06

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Dang, lol. Good to know, but I'll have to pass. Funds are going to rebuild my wrecked bike, ATM.

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Great price for those rear sets, Im sure they wont last long. Do you have the mounting bolts and the brake switch? Would be good to list it if you have it.

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They use the stock mounting bolts, the rearsets are complete including the brake pressure switch.

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Sato says they will fit 599 up to MY 06

Sato Rear-sets - Honda 599 Forum
Didn't know that, good to know!

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Great deal on the Penske Andrew!! I'll be interested to hear what you think of it at the track in a couple weeks!

Somebody jump on those rear sets! They look to be in great condition. I've had Satos for many years and they're a great product!!

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I might stick with the Hagon for the 23rd and put the Penske right after. I'm used to the Hagon and its behavior. And yes indeed on the deal!

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Talk about fast. Thanks Foggy! I appreciate the smooth transaction.
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Talk about fast. Thanks Foggy! I appreciate the smooth transaction.
Did you get the build sheet for the unit ?

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Did you get the build sheet for the unit ?
No build sheet. Just an impressively detailed manual.

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Looks awesome, great score Andrew!

Slap that puppy on for our track day and we'll swap bikes to compare. Plus you'll be able to get your suspension set up while you're there.

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pm sent for rear sets

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Rearsets are gone, thanks E.T.55

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Rearsets are gone, thanks E.T.55
I couldn't resist especially at that price.

This might sound crazy but I was looking at my 919 Wednesday night and I said to myself that I need to find some Sato rearsets at a good price, when I saw these I took it as a sign from the motorcycle gods and had to buy them. I'm really surprised no one bought them sooner.

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