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Old 01-22-2007, 08:12 PM   #1
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question about trading a old bike to get a new one?

how does that work? if you still own on the old one how much would it be a difference?

ballpark numbers..

lets say i owe 10,000 on the bike i have now, and i want the new 07's gsxr's

how does that work? lmk thanks
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It is like buying a car. They'll give you x amount and you'll have to pay the difference if you owe more than they'll give you.
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im alittle slow.. more details please

example please:icon_bigg
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im alittle slow.. more details please

example please:icon_bigg
I believe he is speaking in means of trade-in value versus what you still own. Say they lowball and bargain you down to, optimistically, 7k on your bike and yet you still owe 10k. There is 3k not covered that you are still responisible for and they will charge that three thousand you still owe onto the price of the new bike when they finance it, that is, if they will buy the financing agreement out from the previous financing company. Hope that helps.

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yeah it did, thanks
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Old 01-22-2007, 08:24 PM   #6
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what are the website i can look and see how much my bike is worth?
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Not sure about that one, have not checked into selling mine yet. But check back in a bit of time and there will be others around to give you that advice. I think that have told others before, there is Kelly's I believe and another but you may have to do the old search for that answer.
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google is not my friend yahoo is :icon_bigg
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$8,340 fix

does that sound about right?
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Old 01-22-2007, 08:36 PM   #13
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you should run it into a wall and ill buy it as a new stunt piece
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full system yoshi rs3, pc3, k&n air filter, dyno tune papar to prove it, will put new m3 tires on it, just change the oil =)

sounds about right to me my friend


your mad because my 750 can beat yours :icon_bigg
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you should run it into a wall and ill buy it as a new stunt piece
i would not do such thing!:eh:
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Being upside down on something really sucks, especially on a bike. Although the 07's look tempting, a better plan would be trying to figure out how to pay your old bike off ASAP, so that you can get a new bike.

Just do like me, work another job soley for your hobby money.
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Being upside down on something really sucks, especially on a bike. Although the 07's look tempting, a better plan would be trying to figure out how to pay your old bike off ASAP, so that you can get a new bike.

Just do like me, work another job soley for your hobby money.
thing is i work 7 to 6pm and its hard to find a job to work with my full time job.. dont you think?
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thing is i work 7 to 6pm and its hard to find a job to work with my full time job.. dont you think?
My schedule:

Mon: 3p - 11p
Tue: 8a - 1p (OT) Then regular job 3p - 11p
Wed: Off day (side job 11a - 3p)
Thu : Off day (side job 11a - 3P)
Fri: 3p - 11p
Sat: 3p - 11pm (side job 11:30p - 2:30a)
Sun: 3p - 11p (side job 11:30p - 2:30a)

It can be done, but my side jobs are pretty flexible.

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