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GP Bikes Fall Motorcycle Clearance Sale Up To 70% off

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GP Bikes Fall Motorcycle Clearance Sale Up To 70% off

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A wide range of motorcycle gear from clothing to parts to tires etc. I have bought a few things from this business and always have had good service. 5% tax to some provinces and free shipping over $49
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GP bikes is great! Lots of digging to do though through the sales pages....

Plug: anyone want to buy a F650CS?
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SoroSuub1 wrote: Anything good?
<crickets....>

Haven't found anything close. Tons of stuff that say "Sale", but appear to be regular price. Nothing I want is more than 10% off and/or at an already inflated price.
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Oct 3, 2008
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most of the good sales r for ladies, nth really special/stands out. this looks like any other motorcycle online store's sale/clearance selection which they have all the time lol.
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Can anyone help me to install fender eliminator for Ninja 400 please
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Ridinginoffice7 wrote: Can anyone help me to install fender eliminator for Ninja 400 please
If you ever ride in rain you'll miss that fender eliminator unless you like a muddy skunk stripe down your back or your backpack. Also...please don’t replace your very visible indicator lights with can’t see at all mini ones or all in one units as they are useless and we are already invisible to many drivers. Make sure your plate is legal afterwards and you have a plate light (not an issue if you keep the fender) Finally...it’s still going to be a ninja 400 after you eliminate the fender, no one will mistake it for a GP race bike.

I’m done now. Nice bike choice! Ride safe.
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JC69 wrote: If you ever ride in rain you'll miss that fender eliminator unless you like a muddy skunk stripe down your back or your backpack. Also...please don’t replace your very visible indicator lights with can’t see at all mini ones or all in one units as they are useless and we are already invisible to many drivers. Make sure your plate is legal afterwards and you have a plate light (not an issue if you keep the fender) Finally...it’s still going to be a ninja 400 after you eliminate the fender, no one will mistake it for a GP race bike.

I’m done now. Nice bike choice! Ride safe.
Thanks Smiling Face With Smiling Eyes you are absolutely right.. but the kit is the basic one and i will be reusing the stock indicators as well as the plate light. .. I don’t ride in Rain as iam scared of the slippery roads., & if occasionally I hit some wet water spots .. i think the plate will still be there which is good 5”inch below the tail light ... that may help a little to stop that mud to roll on me ..Raised Hand Attached pic. But I don’t know how to install...
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+1 for bike post. But can't find anything useful in the website. Almost every product I find interesting is cheaper at FortNine or Revco.
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