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  1. #12921
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sentry View Post
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    Here's a pic of my SVO in the exact same spot the first day I brought it home 6 years ago lol

    Looks like it has leaked a lot of oil on your driveway since then! I still love the fox body Mustangs. Getting more rare all the time unfortunately.

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    Sigma 105mm 1.4 ART Canon Mount

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    Quote Originally Posted by G-ZUS View Post
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    Does it do SRS/ABS etc?
    I have yet to find anything under $100 that will do that. I need one to do that myself.

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    Just got back from a 3 week vacation in Russia...so naturally had to book something more relaxing, so booked my mandatory yearly all inclusive in Bahia Principe Tulum


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    ^ that look amazing!

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    Purchased the Dryspec D108 drybag system for my MT07. It's 2 x 20L (saddle bag), 1 x 38L (duffle) and 1 x 28L (dual end). Had to end up ordering it from RevZilla since I couldn't get the high-viz orange (aka pylon orange) from twisted throttle Canada. Shipping has been a hassle - they ended up shipping it 3 separate shipments and i've only received the 28L dual end bag thus far

    Random pic from the internet below (obviously not my bike since I have a Yamaha and that is a KTM):


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    Quote Originally Posted by hampstor View Post
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    Purchased the Dryspec D108 drybag system for my MT07. It's 2 x 20L (saddle bag), 1 x 38L (duffle) and 1 x 28L (dual end). Had to end up ordering it from RevZilla since I couldn't get the high-viz orange (aka pylon orange) from twisted throttle Canada. Shipping has been a hassle - they ended up shipping it 3 separate shipments and i've only received the 28L dual end bag thus far
    Man that sucks. I've considered ordering stuff from Revzilla a few times, but opted not to because of any potential shipping hassles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by D'z Nutz View Post
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    Man that sucks. I've considered ordering stuff from Revzilla a few times, but opted not to because of any potential shipping hassles.
    3 separate shipments with 3 tracking numbers over 2 carriers means i'm going to be paying the customs clearing fee 3 times. I've asked them to credit me $40 for it (I'm being dinged $20 for customs clearing fee on each order). As far as duty, that's been an additional on top (though that includes GST + other things not related to splitting the shipment up).

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    Quote Originally Posted by hampstor View Post
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    3 separate shipments with 3 tracking numbers over 2 carriers means i'm going to be paying the customs clearing fee 3 times. I've asked them to credit me $40 for it (I'm being dinged $20 for customs clearing fee on each order). As far as duty, that's been an additional on top (though that includes GST + other things not related to splitting the shipment up).
    I mean, anytime I order from Revzilla, it's a single order, but isn't customs supposed to reflect the value of the shipment, so if it was a single shipment, it'd be $60 regardless?
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    That's why I just say I have a 4" dick and lift weights to make up for it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LilDrunkenSmurf View Post
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    I mean, anytime I order from Revzilla, it's a single order, but isn't customs supposed to reflect the value of the shipment, so if it was a single shipment, it'd be $60 regardless?
    He said customs, but I think he meant brokerage. The shipping company/Canada Post will charge a brokerage fee for each shipment.

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    Picked up a new couch as it was time for a replacement. Mainly chose IKEA because you can change the color by changing the fabric covers, going to pickup some spare covers as well for the hand rests as I am sure my cat will start scratching them, so when it gets sufficiently damaged I can just swap out a new panel on, and it will look like new again. It destroyed my previous couch so needed a whole new one, hopefully with this system I can just keep replacing the panels every few years, will have to have sufficient stock once I notice the cats pattern.

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    I've bought from Revzilla a few times and everything shipped together without any hassles or issues.
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    You dudes have some squeaky clean assholes. I commend you.

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    Whelp. After 6 months of trying to find an affordable Ford Sport Trac in decent condition, I gave up and bought a Chevy. It was the next smallest open bed truck that fit my towing needs. My very next purchase will be a AFM disabler, nothing good can come from shutting off half the cylinders.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eblend View Post
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    Picked up a new couch as it was time for a replacement. Mainly chose IKEA because you can change the color by changing the fabric covers, going to pickup some spare covers as well for the hand rests as I am sure my cat will start scratching them, so when it gets sufficiently damaged I can just swap out a new panel on, and it will look like new again. It destroyed my previous couch so needed a whole new one, hopefully with this system I can just keep replacing the panels every few years, will have to have sufficient stock once I notice the cats pattern.

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    That fabric cover is surprisingly expensive. When washing, do not use dryer, as it shrinks a lot. I have the same couches. Best investment with the kids spilling shit non stop on 'em.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cjblair View Post
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    He said customs, but I think he meant brokerage. The shipping company/Canada Post will charge a brokerage fee for each shipment.
    Yes. To clarify, what i'm saying the fee i'm being charged is the fee the brokers (UPS and USPS) are charging me to fill out the customs paperwork for each shipment. That is what i'm being charged for multiple times and not the duty/excise/sales taxes. The broker's fees are coming through because they split the order up into 3 separate orders, shipped separately, from different locations (one of them being the manufacturer itself), and invoiced all 3 separately despite it being all on 1 order. I have ordered a lot of stuff from the states and used to negotiate shipping/brokerage contracts, so how this transaction is being processed is strange to me and not what I expected (since I put it through as 1 order for a bundle). It may be legit at the end of the day so that's why i'm seeking to understand from them why they did it this way

  16. #12936
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    Finally a big f*cking bed. Upgraded the crap Ikea queen that was my bachelor bed to a proper bed. New bed, pocket coil mattress, sheets and a down comforter. Damn I wish I did this years ago. Sooooo comfy. The only thing is we are going to be returning the box spring. How ridiculous is that height?????

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    Quote Originally Posted by hampstor View Post
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    Purchased the Dryspec D108 drybag system for my MT07. It's 2 x 20L (saddle bag), 1 x 38L (duffle) and 1 x 28L (dual end). Had to end up ordering it from RevZilla since I couldn't get the high-viz orange (aka pylon orange) from twisted throttle Canada. Shipping has been a hassle - they ended up shipping it 3 separate shipments and i've only received the 28L dual end bag thus far

    Random pic from the internet below (obviously not my bike since I have a Yamaha and that is a KTM):

    I picked up the D68 system ( Saddlebags and top bag.) Just don't try and contact support. I wore out a strap on one of my saddle bags and a little of the bottom of the bag (poor placement, I'm an idiot) and I've been trying to see if I can get a replacement strap and it has been back and forth with week intervals for a few weeks now. I don't even care if I need to pay money for it, I just need to find a solution before I leave next week

    The D28 top bag is cool, but I'm kicking myself for not getting the D38 instead.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cycosis View Post
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    Finally a big f*cking bed. Upgraded the crap Ikea queen that was my bachelor bed to a proper bed. New bed, pocket coil mattress, sheets and a down comforter. Damn I wish I did this years ago. Sooooo comfy. The only thing is we are going to be returning the box spring. How ridiculous is that height?????

    Which mattress?
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    What is up with modern bed heights! We had to do the same thing with our new bed (ditch the standard 9" box spring).

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    I went with a super low box for my new king a few years back, way better than having to jump into bed, and i'm 6'. Lower bed height also works better for certain things
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