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post #1 of 15 Old 01-25-2007, 07:53 AM Thread Starter
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New Rizoma Zeros and Pazzos

here are some pics of the rizoma zeros and pazzos mounted.
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Snazzy! I wish pazzos were cheaper so I could get a pair

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Nice! Did PJ hook you up with the blinkers?

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Nice! Did PJ hook you up with the blinkers?
yes. Pj is magnum. great customer service. timely responses and delivery. great product. my fav vendor by far.

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Nice blinkers you got there and nice leavers.

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Very nice looking there, 4man!


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Snazzy! I wish pazzos were cheaper so I could get a pair
Very classy! Nice clean look.

Once again, I have a set of Pazzo longs, black on black in a box W<200 miles on 'em.

I got a couple of PM's and if we could nudge them just past 120.00 including shipping, they're yours!

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Hey semi could you post a picture. I may be interested. Price sounds pretty fair.

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Really nice, 4man. Nice work.

How many hours did the signals take to install?

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Really nice, 4man. Nice work.

How many hours did the signals take to install?
couple hrs, including the trip to the hardware store to get some threaded id pipe. i took off the stalk that came attached to the signals so i could flush mount them to the bike bracket. i had to drill out the original mount hole on the bikes bracket. reused part of the bikes three wire so that it would plug right in, and soldered in the Watson running light relay. then voilĂ*!

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Hey semi could you post a picture. I may be interested. Price sounds pretty fair.
Sure thing!
Note that the pegboard has 1" spaced holes.
These leavers are in as-new condition, no scratches at all.
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