Clearance Deals: parts, clothing, helmets

Discussion in 'Vendors' started by motostrano, Nov 10, 2012.

  1. motostrano

    motostrano Supermotoman

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    The frigid California winters bring with them quiet sales and dead inventory... which means it's a great time to buy things on clearance!

    From time to time we dig into our inventory and put up things that aren't moving as fast as they need to move, so we put them in our clearance section. That section is here

    http://www.motostrano.com/Motorcycle-Closeouts-s/3034.htm

    and is currently loaded with a lot of off-road, adventure and supermoto related parts and gear. Newly uploaded inventory includes a few off-road headlights from Acerbis, UFO and Trail Tech. Additionally, there's some AFX helmet deals, stainless steel brake lines and so forth. If there's anything you have a question about just ask

    http://www.motostrano.com/Motorcycle-Closeouts-s/3034.htm

    Joe
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  2. s1marks

    s1marks Mercedes

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    Order placed. Bump for some good deals here. Thanks S1
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  3. RedGrover

    RedGrover Sitka Red Rider

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    Just picked up front and rear braided brake lines for my XR650L at a great cost!
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  4. motostrano

    motostrano Supermotoman

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    Thanks. Note- we are closed Monday in observance of Veterans day so your orders will ship on Tuesday.

    Joe
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  5. RedGrover

    RedGrover Sitka Red Rider

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    Being in the service I can appreciate that. Thank you
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  6. motostrano

    motostrano Supermotoman

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    Thank you RedGrover for serving our country and giving us a day to pause and reflect. You know- we all live very busy lives and the pressures of money or a job usually come first. Veterans day is one of those holidays most folks just keep plowing through like any other day and I used to do the same. Not anymore. Thanks again.

    Joe
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  7. motostrano

    motostrano Supermotoman

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