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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 07-23-2011, 05:42 PM Thread Starter
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Corbin Seat on E-bay

I just saw a Corbin Seat on E-bay for our bikes.

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eB...m=130551679041

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post #2 of 8 (permalink) Old 07-23-2011, 09:26 PM
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you just seen it??? You are the one that posted it for sale!
after you buying that mustang seat on ebay, I would sell the corbin seat too. lol!!!!!!!!

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I don't like it. it's got a small nick on it too! it's not mint, so there is noway I'd pay $350 for it. I don't like the studs on it. I'm not a fan of studs. also I couldn't use it with my extended back rest! so, thanks, but I will pass.

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No offense, but why do people use a Reserve Price? I've bought and sold a lot on eBay and always hate auctions that use one. It seems pointless to me - just put the starting bid at the least you'd take.

Personally, if I'm confident in the item I'm selling and the description I've written, I start it a 0.01 - the seat will sell itself without a reserve.

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I don't like it. it's got a small nick on it too! it's not mint, so there is noway I'd pay $350 for it. I don't like the studs on it. I'm not a fan of studs. also I couldn't use it with my extended back rest! so, thanks, but I will pass.
Wow why you hating on this guy. He is honest on the nick. He thinks it is worth $350 then let him try it out.

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No offense, but why do people use a Reserve Price? I've bought and sold a lot on eBay and always hate auctions that use one. It seems pointless to me - just put the starting bid at the least you'd take.

Personally, if I'm confident in the item I'm selling and the description I've written, I start it a 0.01 - the seat will sell itself without a reserve.
I agree with the reserve. If you are worried about selling just start where you NEED to be. I never bid on stuff with a reserve may just be a mental thing.

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Wow why you hating on this guy. He is honest on the nick. He thinks it is worth $350 then let him try it out.
first, let me say if I came across as "hating", I'm sorry. that was not my point and I did not mean to be 'hating" on him! as YOU said he was honest about the nick. true, he was. so I was just being honest too! if I don't think it's worth $350, that doesn't mean that he won't get that much for it, that just means I wouldn't pay that much for it! but someone else may! if so, then good for the both of them. it's all good!
so if I have offended anyone, I am sorry. my bad for just being honest.

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Just seemed like a bit of poison ink to me.


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Just seemed like a bit of poison ink to me.


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that's cool. thanks for keeping me in check!

again to anyone I offended....I am sorry.

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