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Old 02-14-2007, 12:48 PM   #21
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Old 02-14-2007, 01:07 PM   #22
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gettin the same ones from Motorcycles Unlimited. Although i will also be getting track pants tomorrow, will these fit under jeans?
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gettin the same ones from Motorcycles Unlimited. Although i will also be getting track pants tomorrow, will these fit under jeans?
yes they will fit under jeans.
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yes they will fit under jeans.
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Old 02-15-2007, 09:48 AM   #28
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Those are goodlooking boots dude. You can't go wrong with sidi. I have a pair I bought used from Patrick and they have been awesome. I have crashed twice in them and they protected my feet GREAT and I am still wearing them. They are TOUGH boots.
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Got those exact ones the other day from NW Honda.. Fit is excellent, and the calf tighening device is cool.
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Old 02-15-2007, 10:21 AM   #32
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yay! look forward to playing with the adjustments
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I love my sidi's. They squeak once in awhile. A little wd40 and they are good for 6 months.
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Sidi recomends WD-40 to keep the fasteners shiny, I guess they didn't use stainless steel screws to keep them from rusting.
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Sidi recomends WD-40 to keep the fasteners shiny, I guess they didn't use stainless steel screws to keep them from rusting.
Where can you get the screws from? I have lost a few.
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I have a set of those, they freakin' rock!
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gettin the same ones from Motorcycles Unlimited. Although i will also be getting track pants tomorrow, will these fit under jeans?
Yeah, I wear these all the time under my jeans
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Yeah, I wear these all the time under my jeans
You'll look cooler / faster if you wear them over your jeans though.


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Where can you get the screws from? I have lost a few.
Unsure where you can get them, but I'm sure they are all the same size right? Might take one off and go to Home Depot or Radio Shack. Or any hardware store that has small screws like that. Will try to look into it if you cant find any replacements...
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