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June 10th, 2019, 11:45 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by Taffy View Post
that just makes you a bigger twit than the one I thought you were. you don't get it do you! you were being helped, you just don't have the right at all, in any way to tell me that i, for any reason whatsoever should give you my trade details.

since the beginning of time that is a known fact: since when did anyone walk in anywhere and say; tell me how you do that now!! I want it, I expect it, i demand it.

where do you get that, i want it too!

oh mate, get your little end bushes, tell everyone and then; just fuck off. please!!!!
I didn't realize a few dollar profit on a part that isn't even OEM was a trade secret, very sorry to disrupt your cash camel did not mean any disrespect and i thought the KTM guys were a bunch of cunts! I'll put them on ebay and sell 2 a year, time to retire!!
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Regret even offering to help you now dude. Yout attitude is shit.
I didn't quite get why you wanted to know a car cross reference part number, but if I'd have realised it was to try and undrcut a member of the forum and a decent guy, trying to make a living out of keeping these bikes going, I absolutely would not have offered help.
His parts cost what they cost, not anyone's issue other than your own. They are an expensive bike. And you can be certain if it wasn't for dedicated guys like taffy, ploughing time money into development of parts and stocking previously unobtainable items, then these bikes would be even more expensive or impossible to keep on the road.


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June 10th, 2019, 05:15 PM   #13
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I don't want to undercut anything or waste my time selling a cheap part to a tiny community, although I will share the info when i have it so other members can have an option that is better than $50 for a $3 part from an unstable bloke who just wants to argue

Why he even bothers responding on a public forum in such a childish fashion is beyond me
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June 11th, 2019, 12:19 AM   #14
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Actually the price is that of Husabergs...it's their price not mine. I just continue it at the same level. But mine are Bi-metal and not straight phospher bronze.

the price to you in the USA is 27.50gbp or $35. Don't forget the narrowing down and the schamfered edge, the trench around the outside and the drilled hole as well as then removing the drill burr on the inside. that's 4 processes. post to buy, post to my engineer, return post.

$5 part hey?

this i gotta see.
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