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post #21 of 85 (permalink) Old 11-09-2008, 10:27 AM
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Try www.bluestreakracing.ca especially for us in Canada. Its the cheapest for tires that i have found with free shipping to my door .
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Thanks! Oxman, looks like they have some neat stuff!
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Hey Buck ...... no problem , if you don't see what ya need just call Tony the owner and he's a resourcefull son of a gun and can get ya what ya need.
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$304.00 for a set of the Bridgestone BT-016's? I just got those from Cycle Gear for $247.00 w/tax. They are even cheaper at Indysuperbke, like $225 a set. You can defenitely do better than your guys pricing.

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ya those prices are all fine and dandy but but the time you convert our great canadian dollar to Us and add shipping & duty.......well .....Nuff said. It would be great to buy at us prices and pay just that . i bought lotsa stuff when our buck was at par and it worked out great .
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Please forgive my stupidity Oxman. I totally forgot about the U.S.dollar/Canadian dollar deal. My bad. So how much would $304.00 Canadian be in U.S. dollars?

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Hey No prob Antman, I think right now $304 Canadian would convert to about $245 US... give or take
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$245 with free shipping...Now that works!

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Yah! we do get "bent over the Desk" when ordering across the Border! I think I will make a trip down and "Farkle" on Hollidays next summer. Still have the conversion of $, but, save the Border charges which do add a lot. Still $304.00 isn't bad at all up here!
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Great list! Does any one or two sites stick out the most? Meaning which two sells the most things for Versys's?
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Great list! Does any one or two sites stick out the most? Meaning which two sells the most things for Versys's?

Just check them out for yourself I would say.

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I have always had good dealings with Happy Trails for my KLR, but, I like allot of you are a little suspect of thier Engine guards. The Paniers aren't even an option in my eyes for My V. I've been looking for good reports of different suppliers too, and it seems pretty hit and miss actually. Who has some good stories to tell about some of these vendors???
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I have always had good dealings with Happy Trails for my KLR, but, I like allot of you are a little suspect of thier Engine guards. The Paniers aren't even an option in my eyes for My V. I've been looking for good reports of different suppliers too, and it seems pretty hit and miss actually. Who has some good stories to tell about some of these vendors???
Start a new thread and pose your question there so others can respond.

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Adventure MotoStuff has added a few new Versys items.

http://www.amotostuff.com/Merchant2/...ode=versys_650

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http://www.amotostuff.com/Merchant2/...ode=versys_650

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Im having trouble finding a red rear hugger....has anyone seen any online?
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The Paniers aren't even an option in my eyes for My V. I've been looking for good reports of different suppliers too, and it seems pretty hit and miss actually. Who has some good stories to tell about some of these vendors???
Well, check out www.cariboucases.com That's where I got my hard Pelican cases mounted on the V.

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Im having trouble finding a red rear hugger....has anyone seen any online?
Adventure MotoStuff carries them, but you will have to get it painted.

http://www.amotostuff.com/Merchant2/...ode=versys_650

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If your stateside, Powerbronze has a specifie price, and the prices aren't terrible (i.e., windscreen is $71.13ish after shipping, whereas buying from the retailr on ebay will put you at $83ish, plus they have different tints).

http://www.powerbronzeusa.com
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