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Old 06-05-2007, 10:41 AM   #1
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full throttle sells it for 250... my dumbass friend told me if i can get it today he will pay for it... so i know this sounds like a dumbass question but is it possible??? to have it today???
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Old 06-05-2007, 10:42 AM   #2
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Old 06-05-2007, 10:44 AM   #3
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i know and if he is really gonna pay for it today then i will get it and i guess learn how to use it lol... he made a bet with me cuz i said it could happen so any help would be appreciated...
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I doubt you are going to pay what something will cost you to get it here today. Better call and ask where they have one.
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full throttle sells it for 250... my dumbass friend told me if i can get it today he will pay for it... so i know this sounds like a dumbass question but is it possible??? to have it today???
Possible, sure. Probable, meh. Kinda mean--he'll really only pay for it if ya get it today?
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If he is covering all cost of you getting it today then have one counter to counter shipped. It will probably be here in a couple of hours and you can pick it up at the airport.
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Old 06-05-2007, 11:50 AM   #8
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So your saying you were gonna order it today from Full Throttle and wanting to know if you would get it today also? If so, not gonna happen, sorry.

I would go with the Hohey dual caliper bracket personally
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yeap, the HoHey dual caliper brackets work great!!!!
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I would like to run the dual caliper setup as well. Tired of my life depending on a water hose clamp holding the HB adapter in place
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Old 06-05-2007, 02:57 PM   #12
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So fill me in... what exactly are you calling a hand brake? Last time I checked the majority of my braking on the bike is done with my hand.....
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So your saying you were gonna order it today from Full Throttle and wanting to know if you would get it today also? If so, not gonna happen, sorry.

I would go with the Hohey dual caliper bracket personally
lol no ihe said if i could get it today he would pay for it all out of his pocket... but i am ordering it from o2w
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did you go ft or dual caliper ?

if you went ft , you should of pieced it comes out alot cheaper

get the fitting for $100 and get your choice of 05+ radial master

mine ran like $160 all together , except my radial master was jacked
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That's why he wont pay for it chris. Cause IT WONT COME TODAY. It will take awhile to get to you.....
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