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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 04-01-2010, 02:10 AM Thread Starter
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For sale after accident

Alright, the bike got towed away and since I would like to get a SV650, I'm in process of getting rid of anything VN750 related.
Not quite sure how selling things on here works, I reckon if we agree to the price, the buyer sends me money via PayPal and then I ship it out.


EBC Organic FA85 Brake Pads
LITERALLY bought the pads DAY before then got hit...
New untouched, ideally $40 + Shipping



Neck Reflectors - Best Offer + Shipping

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My Home Made made from scratch LED Cluster. VERY Bright, the pictures are misleading. I drilled tons of holes in 1/4in plexiglass and soldered all the LED's by hand. Took many hours to build. to install you will need to cut your wires and add blade terminals.
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brake pads are still for sale.
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