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post #1 of 19 (permalink) Old 04-22-2012, 11:36 AM Thread Starter
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Good motorcycle clothing CHEAP!!!!

Here is a good site if you do not mind second hand motorcycle gear. You can find alot of motorcycle jackets,pants,vest,boots,helmets,seats,backrest/luggage racks, and other gear.
http://www.shopgoodwill.com/



P.S. You guys can thank me on this one lol. There is a lot of gear that I will probably have to bid against you guys on


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I know many got good deals at "New Enough" , seems they are now:
http://www.motorcyclegear.com/

I'm not a big fan of Joe Rocket gear....although I do own one of their jackets. ( I think some of their early stuff was not sewn well)

I've been pretty impressed with Fieldsheer gear, but I guess you all need to know that Fieldshheer, Tourmaster, Firstgear and even Joe Rocket jackets and pants are all made overseas....i.e. China. You can find knockoffs cheaper, but the companies usually don't have the quality control the bigger names implement.

If I had no gear at all, I'd take out a loan if needed and get all my gear from Aerostitch or Motorport. When it's your ass on the line, cheap doesn't sound so good.
But I got so much gear I've collected through the years I'll just go with what I have. My only big "but" is my helmet. My head is worth more money than I even have, so I refuse to skip on quality there.

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Seen your sight that you listed. The site should be called "New Enough to be Priced as New".


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My head is worth more money than I even have, so I refuse to skip on quality there.
Says who?


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Seen your sight that you listed. The site should be called "New Enough to be Priced as New".
Yeah, looks like they aren't the same as the old "new enough" store.Too bad.....

"I can't believe You left that slow one hanging for someone to swing at."

Guess I miss the joke. But, yes I do sometimes purposely set up the pins to see who figures out how to knock them down...


I've actually found the best bargains on gear at local dealers...saving 20 bucks online for something you can't even look at or try on seems pointless if you end up paying 20 bucks for shipping.......so I don't buy gear online myself...

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am i the only one who still wants a denim jacket.. nobody has them

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am i the only one who still wants a denim jacket.. nobody has them
one of the motorcycle touring mags did a review on demin clothing last summer.

Denim Jackets at Jafrum

Denim Jackets at Leather-Up.com
Denim Jackets at Biker Den
the list goes on and on.. just google "denim motorcycle jacket"

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am i the only one who still wants a denim jacket.. nobody has them
Yes, you are the only one. Not sure if you knew, but it's the year 2012, not the 60's, 70's or early 80's anymore when denim jackets were at least somewhat fashionable...

( hope there's a sheitload of Kevlar under that denim if your going to ride with it)

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Anyone know if that back rest with luggage rack will fit the stock seat. Current bid is 71 with 2 hours left.
http://www.shopgoodwill.com/viewItem.asp?ItemID=9789748
By "fit" I assume you mean with not Alot of fabrication. It's not a Vulcan part so it will require some work.

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