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post #1 of 10 Old 09-04-2008, 04:56 PM Thread Starter
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Best Place to buy a Corbin for the 919??

Wheres the best place to buy a Corbin for the 919 at with the best deal?? also what styles and material looks best on an 04 silver 919? I noticed from corbins site you can order in a lot of different materials and options.. pics of corbins mounted would greatly be appreciated..

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I will be ordering mine directly from Corbin. Cut out the middle man and deal directly with the manufacturer. May not cost any less but I know if I have an issue I have only them to deal with.

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Mine came directly from the shop in Hollister, CA rode over picked out the material (carbon fibre look top, smooth sides, no welting) rode around on the bare foam to see if it needed any re-shaping, melted my credit card (should've ordered the back rest too) went back a couple dayes later and picked it up, been loving it ever since.

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You can also set up and automated eBay search and ride it out until one comes up for sale. You can expect to save about 40% off retail this way, but it may take a while. Also, keep your eyes peeled on the classified forum here too.

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You can also set up and automated eBay search and ride it out until one comes up for sale. You can expect to save about 40% off retail this way, but it may take a while. Also, keep your eyes peeled on the classified forum here too.
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Ignore the mess and lack of wheels
I love your front stand! I the rafters in my garage are used in the same manner!

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post #7 of 10 Old 09-05-2008, 05:21 AM
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voodoo.........ebay and many other companies make back rests that will fit the corbin...many i have seen for around $100

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Guess the best place was right here on WT!

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love the front stand Dan, very ingenius





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I can't claim the invention, I "borrowed" the idea from someone on the old Motorush site, it does work great though.

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