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jeffboyd47m

"Looky" what I brought home today!

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I didnt know they came shipped so close to complete..I thought they were far more taken apart

When I was 16 years young the bikes came just like this,,,,I assembled bikes at the dealer I worked for....Sea Tac Cycles....Renton WA

Nothing has changed...

Tim

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I didnt know they came shipped so close to complete..I thought they were far more taken apart

Just remember that the next time your dealer tries to charge you set-up. What a scam. That and shipping are the two biggest scams dealers have.

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Did that trip to the vet nationals change your mind on the new bike Jeff? I thought you were going to wait a year. That bike is sweet! Unfortunately for me, mine won't show up untill March. Can't wait to see the ride report.

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Just remember that the next time your dealer tries to charge you set-up. What a scam. That and shipping are the two biggest scams dealers have.

There is so little money to be made on mx bikes that some dealers do not even order them. I have never been charged shipping but considering the equipment (fork lift at least) and most times a full time employee and warehouse space needed I hardly think it is a scam. A lot of dealers folded up last year so it would not be a bad idea to support your favorite one next year. So many people use the internet now for accessories seems like they should be able to make a little on the bikes huh.

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There is so little money to be made on mx bikes that some dealers do not even order them.

Yea, you must be right. There's very little being made selling a bike that MSRP's for $7999, but they charge $9000. :excuseme:

They are making money my friend, and a pretty good margin even at MSRP OTD.

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Yea, you must be right. There's very little being made selling a bike that MSRP's for $7999, but they charge $9000. :excuseme:

They are making money my friend, and a pretty good margin even at MSRP OTD.

Ya they do that every year huh. I was talking in general terms not specifically the 2010 YZ-450

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