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Ive spent about $500 on eebay in the last 2 weeks!
CKX boots, FXR bibs, polaris jacket, healight cover, winshield flares and a battery tender JR and all the other little crap!
The prices are way under the local shops prices so how can I pass!
fxr bibs $229 online! I paid $169
there darn nice bibs too.


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I never thought of looking on ebay for jackets and stuff......makes sence though....hmmmm I'm going to go look right now!

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Yeah, my stepfather is an e-bay addict and sometimes he gets some awesome deals.He got a sweet polaris helmet with the heated shield dirt cheap.The best part is that it matches his '96 Sport perfectly.I don't think he ever installed an outlet for the heated visor though.

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Just looked and couldn't find what I was looking for.....damn looks like I will have to apy full price for my stuff.....GRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR


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Good idea eh? That ebay is notorious for rip-offs though so I wont take chances.

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You just have to be smart when dealing over the internet 'ebay'. I have been dealing on ebay for almost 2 years now and absolutely love it. It is a great way to buy and sell to make some extra $$$. I have never been ripped off nor do I ever plan to be. I take extra caution to make sure that the person is honest, with many positive ratings, etc... Just because a person might have a few bad feedbacks in a list of many positive feedbacks, don't think that you will be the next one he/she screws over. 99% of the time, he/she did not actually screw someone over, but rather the buyer or seller was a idiot that left neg. feedback before any resolution could be made. I am not being paid to say this, but I would give ebay a try. Aside from being on here, ebay is where I put alot of my free time in. It is like a huge mixing pot of practically anything you could ever imagine. You can buy carbides, sliders, track cleats, hand-grip heaters, etc... all at a fraction of the cost in a mail order catalog or dealer. I guess the only down side to buying on ebay is that it takes some profit away from your local dealer. Depending on what type of person you are, this might affect you. You might have a good friendship with the owner and want him to have profits for the extra effort or deal he gives you when buying from him. He might not give you such a good deal when you are only coming in for a quart of oil every now and then. My $.02 Scott

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I would agree with the ebay comment. As long as you are careful, you won't get screwed. I have purchased many things from ebay before, and have always had a positive experience. If I find my jacket and helmet on ebay, I will use it for sure to save some money!!

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