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Need track takeoffs? I'll deliver

This guy on the NESBA board has been selling a lot of takeoffs. I'm thinking of picking up the Pirelli set on my way back to Chicago. If anyone else wants something from him pm me and I'll bring them back for you. I'm assuming you can pay him via paypal and I'll just pickup.

**I'm not associated with this guy at all. Just figured it might save some of you guys the trip***

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I need a flywheel puller, do you deliver those?




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HAHAHAHA He still has that damn thing from you. HAHAHA.

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Drama, I may be contacting you. I sent the guy an email on the 160's he has.

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HAHAHAHA He still has that damn thing from you. HAHAHA.
ya! and it would be how easy to just drop it in the friggin mail? hell it would be cheaper than driving!




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D I hope you are not going after the same tires as me.

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dammit the guy is sold out already! I need just a rear 180 to tie me over till I put on my dc3's. Maybe some one on the board has one? Thanks.
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D I hope you are not going after the same tires as me.
he said he had multiples,I grabbed a medium soft rear


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I actually payed him for 2 sets of 160/120s one set was medium, the other was medium soft. Look under my profile new bike. I'm gonna use the mediums on the street.

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I'll give him a call to make sure I wasn't cutting you out of anything
he's got enough to go around, we're all good

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I've got some extra Pirelli and Michelin fronts

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Like I said before guys. I'll pick them up for you. you can get them from me. I live in chicago and work in Schaumburg. I'll be around Sunday evening, but then I leave monday to go to penang for a week. Come pick them up sunday evening or anytime when i return after penang. just happy to help.

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Phil, if I swap my tires soon you can have my 180 rear. If you want the front you can have that too. Lots of tread left. A
little slippery, they are the 8 year old origional tires. Gotta love duc owners.
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thanks for the offer dave but unlike the previous owner of your duc I actually ride my bike and would kill myself on the first corner I came across if I used those tires.
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Thanks for picking these up Steve!

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Thanks Steve!! Nice meeting you. Next time if I have more time we can BS a little.

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