Prices are per item and shipping added after interest in said item is expressed.
Paypal is ofc the only accepted payment, I report all due taxes so I do not use the gift / friend & family option in paypal. The prices are set to sell anyways so I don't see any reason to gripe. Shipping will be USPS flat rate boxes if possible, for other larger items I'll quote you whatever they quote me for whatever method you prefer.
1 pair oem bar end weights ( clean )$15
1 pair oem bar end weights ( very minor rash ) $10
1 oem seat with no tools $ 80 1 oem seat with 1 missing rubber bumper with tools $80 1 pair oem o2 sensors ( approx 10k miles use ) $60 1 pair oem o2 sensors ( approx 500 miles use ) $80 1 pair oem passenger pegs ( never used, like new ) $40 1 pair oem mirrors, no adapter posts $20 1 exup servo motor ( less than 2k miles use ) $40
Last Edit: Dec 28, 2018 18:35:19 GMT -7 by lastwish
Hey buddy, do you remember which mirror is the one with reverse threads? I want to write it down in case I need to remove them; don't want to mess them up. And to contribute something, my new bike also had that exact rubber bumper missing (stupid techs not paying attention when installing seat), but they're available individually (about $6, plus shipping). My bike threw a CEL (EXUP) at only 200 miles, but apparently it was just the cable adjustment that was too tight when the valve fully opens at 7K rpm. Tempted to buy the valve as a back-up, but might be a waste of money . Good luck with the sale.
Thanks brother. Now I remembered the reasoning why. I thought decades ago it was the left one, since the wind would tend to tighten both, rather than loosening them. But turns out it's the right one, so in case of a crash, the mirror can loosen up and turn inward, to cause less damage to operator and the bike. Makes sense to me. And by remembering that logic, we can always determine which mirror has reverse threads if we forget .
And yes, one of the front bumpers, if dislodged, would stay there. But with my luck, it was the other, where there's a large cavity right below that leads to the ground, so it was lost. The good news is that they're sold individually. Thanks again for your help.
Last Edit: Dec 11, 2018 11:24:38 GMT -7 by elptxjc