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Old 02-02-2006, 09:48 AM   #41
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I got the Onguard chain, 15 lbs, that is big but I know I feel safe when its on my Gixxer. Even though it cost me $110, i honestly dont feel like it was a waste... cause just looking at it makes me go ", that is a big chain!"
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I know what you mean. Tell me something, I bought 2 of the ONguard chain. The one with the big gold looking chain and the wide U lock. I think it's the same one you have. I bought it at CycleGear for I think tax included 96.00 But I always ask them for discounts. If they can, then great. But you should always make a habit to ask for discounts when you can.
By the way, my name is Andy. They open up the new Cycle Gear in Southwest 59 freeway and Bellaire on the feeder. You should check it out bro, everyone goes there Sat. and Sunday morning to chill, ride, or just hangout, since it's next to TAco CaBana.
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Old 02-02-2006, 12:33 PM   #45
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Old 02-03-2006, 02:01 AM   #46
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Hey bro,
I know what you mean. Tell me something, I bought 2 of the ONguard chain. The one with the big gold looking chain and the wide U lock. I think it's the same one you have. I bought it at CycleGear for I think tax included 96.00 But I always ask them for discounts. If they can, then great. But you should always make a habit to ask for discounts when you can.
By the way, my name is Andy. They open up the new Cycle Gear in Southwest 59 freeway and Bellaire on the feeder. You should check it out bro, everyone goes there Sat. and Sunday morning to chill, ride, or just hangout, since it's next to TAco CaBana.
I got mine off Bikebandit.com...I think the chain had not been out in the market for too long, its the short gold looking one, baddest you can get from Onguard. I know what you mean about the discounts. Dude, everywhere i go that chain is always in my little Gixxer trunk and I use it if im not Pro-Posing. I dunno... I dont stand by my bike where ever I go...am i really a Pro-Poser??? HELP!!!:confused2
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Old 02-04-2006, 12:40 AM   #47
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is this the chain y'all talking about? i need to get one for my bike, is this the best?

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Old 02-04-2006, 01:56 AM   #49
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Yeah thats the one, i have the 14mm one, its sweet. Heavy as and can also serve as a good weapon reinforcement! LOL
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