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    Senior Member AFISHALBIZ's Avatar
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    Looking to buy a used (or otherwise cheap ) rear Cyclerack. Cosmetics are not an issue (paint ) ~ but Id want it straight. Will pay Paypal or whatever works . I have the Yamaha factory rack that I could add to the transaction should you want .. Thanks ~ Eric








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    I just ordered one from Mark. He is STILL doing the "we're sending it to you, if you're happy send us a check" deal. Unreal. I'm a cheap bastard, but that kind of service deserves my business. Best of luck. Cheers.
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    Another nod for Mark. He send me a rack without payment...yes guys like this still exist...mostly on the TW200 forum. Spend the few extra dollars and get a new shiny one.

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    [b]



    I have purchased 10 , maybe 12 complete front and rear racks from Don and his Son. THEY ARE AWESOME !



    He just shipped me three more complete racks, including the bags (top and sides)



    they are an AMERICAN LEGEND !



    living in Idaho, started a backyard business.



    these racks hold the bike together !



    give you something to hold if you need to manhandle the bike !



    don't even hesitate !



    i do not use the front racks often, but for the money ....what the hell !!



    i put these racks on EVERY BIKE,



    then I get those tubes with the small gas cans and mount those to the rear racks on EVERY bike !



    i keep that little gas can full,



    the other side tube is good for a spare flat tire refill flat fix can of stuff (or a bottle of Pinot Grigio)



    when you can get yourself fun safe reliable transportation for around $1000. that gets 75MPG ........



    tuff package to beat !!



    call them up, you will receive the racks in a couple days, then find the spare change in your couch, ashtray, etc and send Don and Son the money within a month ......



    no brainer !!



    em



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    Another two big thumbs up for Cycleracks! I have had the pleasure to meet him and shake his hand since he is local for me. Well sort of. I drove an hour to meet him at his full time job to pick up my first rack.

    I now have three. One on the TW200 and one for each of my KLR650.

    Great to deal with!


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    Quote Originally Posted by emillio View Post
    [b]



    I have purchased 10 , maybe 12 complete front and rear racks from Don and his Son. THEY ARE AWESOME !



    He just shipped me three more complete racks, including the bags (top and sides)



    they are an AMERICAN LEGEND !



    living in Idaho, started a backyard business.



    these racks hold the bike together !



    give you something to hold if you need to manhandle the bike !



    don't even hesitate !



    i do not use the front racks often, but for the money ....what the hell !!



    i put these racks on EVERY BIKE,



    then I get those tubes with the small gas cans and mount those to the rear racks on EVERY bike !



    i keep that little gas can full,



    the other side tube is good for a spare flat tire refill flat fix can of stuff (or a bottle of Pinot Grigio)



    when you can get yourself fun safe reliable transportation for around $1000. that gets 75MPG ........



    tuff package to beat !!





    em



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    Hey Emillio,



    How about some pics? It would be neat to see your fleet of bikes!



    Brian

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