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post #1 of 17 Old 12-14-2006, 08:37 AM Thread Starter
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Hey guys Just bought some rear sets off Ebay, Im hoping this is all the Parts, can anybody tell me for sure, he said all the hardware and mounting paperwork was included, Got it for 280.00, str8
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Hey guys Just bought some rear sets off Ebay, Im hoping this is all the Parts, can anybody tell me for sure, he said all the hardware and mounting paperwork was included, Got it for 280.00, str8

OK OK you got it corr3ected just to make me look stoopid.

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So.. you were the winning bidder. Nice price. You got them from our former member motorxer101. I hope he does not stiff you. All the parts seem to be there, if you have any problems with the assembly let me know.




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Why would he stiff me , have you had problems with this guy before, geez I hope not, str8

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Why would he stiff me , have you had problems with this guy before, geez I hope not, str8
Poor choice of words...

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I asked motoxer about all the parts he's selling - he's getting married so he's ditching the 9er to get some $$$. I quit bidding after $245.

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Heel gaurds! I dont see them on Mikes rear sets, and Mike I might need your help not much of a mechanic!! Thanks Mike now you got me all paranoid, wife gonna kill me if he stiffs me. str8

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Nah... no heel guards for the 919. Sato sells a optional rear peg with this configuration.

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I notice everyone edited posts to fix their spelling on "heal"

Do heal guards prevent foot damage in a crash?

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Heel gaurds! I dont see them on Mikes rear sets, and Mike I might need your help not much of a mechanic!! Thanks Mike now you got me all paranoid, wife gonna kill me if he stiffs me. str8
I appoligize Don't get all paranoid on me. Check your PM in a few minutes.

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Sheesh, not only did you change your name you're starting to freak the inmates out! Shame on you Mikey




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LoL - I'm glad to see someone here was able to pick those up at a good price. He had them for sale here for a short time for $400 with no takers. I bid on them last night but he sent me a message asking if I was Ken from WT and if I was, he was going to kill my bid. "You have 10 minutes to reply." Heh! Please take caution and use a payment method with protection. Just to be safe...

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Thanks guys , I hope all goes well, seemed like ok guy , was pretty prompt on responding to me so Ill keep my fingers crossed!!str8

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Nah... no heel guards for the 919. Sato sells a optional rear peg with this configuration.

aaahhh... I see, I was comparing them with the Sato rearsets on the RC. They look good and crash well....

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LoL - I'm glad to see someone here was able to pick those up at a good price. He had them for sale here for a short time for $400 with no takers. I bid on them last night but he sent me a message asking if I was Ken from WT and if I was, he was going to kill my bid. "You have 10 minutes to reply." Heh! Please take caution and use a payment method with protection. Just to be safe...
Are you serious?!?!? That's BS, man. Pretty low, if ya ask me.

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Are you serious?!?!? That's BS, man. Pretty low, if ya ask me.
Hence one of the reasons he is no longer a member.




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