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Old 03-20-2017, 09:06 AM   #61
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Pfft. Totaled schmodled. Mine was totaled, too, and I rebuilt it for less than $1000(and it only cost that much cause the first frame I bought was bent, so I had to buy another.) In less than two weeks to boot. Aside from a few minor adjustments, she's good as new.

It's good that you were able to put the money to good use, though, but you're still out of a bike. Next time you get beat up by a big bad expedition, give me a call, I'll hook you up with repairs. I have a special discount for guys like you. Promo code IMGOINGTOTROLLACHICKFORWRECKINGWHENITOTALEDMYBIKEI NAPARKINGLOT. ^_~
Another total fail would be the amount of money he spent on full coverage for a new sport bike. 1000 bucks was probably 3-4 months of premiums lol
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Old 03-20-2017, 03:18 PM   #62
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I wish flip. Oakley would be a kick first name.
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Theres a difference between wrecking my own bike due to being a dumbass and getting rear ended due to someone elses dumbass fault . So no its no the same plus my 636 was cleaner than your could ever be . That being said yeah i didnt want it after the dumbass wrecked into me and drug the bike and me about 10-15 ft. It would of never been the same and the frames for a 2014 636 arent as cheap as the 300's so taking that into consideration . I wieghed my options and chose to let it go to the insurance and let them pay me .
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plus only i wrench on my bikes or let qualified professionals work on it since i am putting my life on the line everytime i ride . Dont trust shady backyard mechanics to touch my bikes
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Theres a difference between wrecking my own bike due to being a dumbass and getting rear ended due to someone elses dumbass fault . So no its no the same plus my 636 was cleaner than your could ever be . That being said yeah i didnt want it after the dumbass wrecked into me and drug the bike and me about 10-15 ft. It would of never been the same and the frames for a 2014 636 arent as cheap as the 300's so taking that into consideration . I wieghed my options and chose to let it go to the insurance and let them pay me .

You are correct, there is a difference. I am an inexperienced rider that made a very common noob mistake of riding above my skill level. You, however, have how many years riding experience? And failed to pay attention to your surroundings in one of the most likely places a bike gets hit? It's so easy to blame someone else for your mistakes, isn't it?
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Yes aware of my sourroundings as i was stopped in front of the main office of the dealership and the employee cut through two cars from another lane and rolled me over , your absolutlely right . Its all my fault and i wonder why the multimillion dollar insurance didn't even bother to haggle me since it happened right in front of the managers and sales people and all gave the same witness statement to the police. Saying it was the employess fault and there was no way i could of avoided it . Had i not been on the bike with kickstand down then i would of been walking away when my bike got plowed over. Yup !!! Entirely my fault im afraid

Usually theres always something that could of been done different but in This case , only way to have prevented it would of been to not stopped to look at the jacked up tundra they were selling
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Yes aware of my sourroundings as i was stopped in front of the main office of the dealership and the employee cut through two cars from another lane and rolled me over , your absolutlely right . Its all my fault and i wonder why the multimillion dollar insurance didn't even bother to haggle me since it happened right in front of the managers and sales people and all gave the same witness statement to the police. Saying it was the employess fault and there was no way i could of avoided it . Had i not been on the bike with kickstand down then i would of been walking away when my bike got plowed over. Yup !!! Entirely my fault im afraid

Usually theres always something that could of been done different but in This case , only way to have prevented it would of been to not stopped to look at the jacked up tundra they were selling
So how much was the Tundra?
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Even the lawyer i spoke with said i could sue for dam near a few hundred thousands given the circumstances . But im not greedy and lookng to create bad karma waves in my pool. They paid off the bike and cash on top, paid for my bike gear i was wearing as well, and paid all my medical bills - ambulance ride and all hospital bills and even through some pain and suffering compensation. I wasnt looking for a jackpot hit , simply wanted no debt from the incident , i work for my money and ill buy another bike eventually . Ive had 16 so far over my years . im not out the game , just "adulting" and getting some things situated first before i aquire another one
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17k it was a 07 4x4 crewcab with 109k miles. Lifted with wheels and tires already
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I ended up buying a 2014 double cab with 34k miles . Installed a leveling kit up front and new wheels/tires and she sitting nice and perrtyy with some hips on her
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Nice, just picked up a 2012 Sequoia with 40K miles. is sick. We have kid three on the way so my wife's TL wasn't cutting it anymore.
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Those sequoias are badass !!! Basically a tundra with a camper and better ac , pricey af but well worth the money , any plans to beef up suspension or adding wheels/tires ????
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Yes aware of my sourroundings as i was stopped in front of the main office of the dealership and the employee cut through two cars from another lane and rolled me over , your absolutlely right . Its all my fault and i wonder why the multimillion dollar insurance didn't even bother to haggle me since it happened right in front of the managers and sales people and all gave the same witness statement to the police. Saying it was the employess fault and there was no way i could of avoided it . Had i not been on the bike with kickstand down then i would of been walking away when my bike got plowed over. Yup !!! Entirely my fault im afraid

Usually theres always something that could of been done different but in This case , only way to have prevented it would of been to not stopped to look at the jacked up tundra they were selling

So let me get this straight... You were sitting on your bike, in front of the dealership office, checking out a Tundra. I'm gonna go out on a limb and guess it wasn't a designated parking area, otherwise the employee wouldn't have tried to go that way. Don't most people like... browse cars on foot? He obviously didn't see you until it was too late because you were sitting in area that made you difficult to see. Is it entirely your fault? I never said that, but my power of deduction tells me you are partially to blame. Did you deserve the compensation you got? Totally. I won't argue that, but parking lots are as dangerous as the streets and you should only park in areas where your bike will be easily recognized, because idiot motorists NEVER expect there to be a motorcycle.
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But hey, if you're going to get all defensive about it, I'll give you a chance to redeem your honor. Why don't you draw me a picture of what happened since, you know, you fail so eloquently at words.
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Obviously you cant comprehend what im saying so ill let you be . Like i said keep tryig and youll get it down or die trying . Either way give it !!!
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