R&G Crash Protectors

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im crying here after just ordering mine from R&G website for the normal price :(


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Mav wrote:im crying here after just ordering mine from R&G website for the normal price :(
Russ, you didnt even get the discount from Midland Superbikes then ...

Thanks Steve.. Ben was a star... Bit shocked when I told him I was in Belize though...

He said.. " ok which 9 model is it for ". At which point i had a bit of quick explaining to do... ;)

He was cool... =D>


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no mate as they didnt have them in stock so i couldn't be arsed waiting, im still waiting on an exhaust bracket for my 636 that i ordered 2 months ago :roll:


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Tones got my Fork protectors and Paddock stand crash bobbins already at his home...

Fast work by Ben. 8)


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