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Old 11-08-2012, 06:25 AM   #37
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Originally Posted by doogiepooch View Post
#1 - I don't really want a $3,000 scooter. I buy new, because I like to know everything that's been done to something and although the KLR isn't a good example, when I buy new, I keep that new thing for years to get my money's worth.
#2 - I won't think twice about $150 a month. The Mrs pressuring me to get that $3000 back in savings....uh I notice that.
#3 - I basically Dave Ramsey everything. I don't have a car payment, credit card debt, blah blah blah. So no way do I owe 60 months, I'd never finance anything that long, but at 3% interest I'll finace a couple grand here and there.

Cool to know you have all those choices and still pick the Burgman.
I stepped up to the Burgman when Suzuki offered 0% for 60 months financing.
As far as comfort, I bought a part off eBay that raised the stock butt pad 4" and it keeps the adjustment. The seller is called 2brothersperfromacejr. They make it and it is an easy install. By keeping the curved support, it hits me just under the rib cage and is very comfortable.

topless screwed with this post 11-08-2012 at 06:35 AM
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