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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 10-30-2011, 02:05 PM Thread Starter
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How much for the kitchen sink and old hose in the front lawn?

Good luck Bro - Might be interested in that suit

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post #2 of 6 (permalink) Old 10-30-2011, 02:08 PM
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hahaha. Just cleaning out the closet man. I sold my bike a couple months ago, and Im trying to save for a down payment. I prob wont get another bike for a couple years, so the gear i have now will be out of style by then.

lemme know on the suit. its like new and doesnt even smell bad.
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Will do amigo - Thinking if making the jump to a full race suit for next season - Kinda want white from the whole "Black in the Sun" perspective but for $795 I might just say fuck it

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this suit has lots of perf, i dont think the black was ever an issue for me, but i was also under an ez-up whenever not on track. underarmor heat gear is a very important piece of the puzzle also. a little breeze, or rolling off pit lane, feels like the air conditioning is on inside the suit, even on 100* days.
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this suit has lots of perf, i dont think the black was ever an issue for me, but i was also under an ez-up whenever not on track. underarmor heat gear is a very important piece of the puzzle also. a little breeze, or rolling off pit lane, feels like the air conditioning is on inside the suit, even on 100* days.
Then maybe the $790 might be worth it.

I think the 42 would fit as that is my suit jacket size - 5'10 and a half - 185 lbs give or take 5 lbs

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Then maybe the $790 might be worth it.

I think the 42 would fit as that is my suit jacket size - 5'10 and a half - 185 lbs give or take 5 lbs
Im the same.. 5'11, 180lbs, and its a perfect fit. I'll even throw in a back protector for $825.
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