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Exclamation Cycle Cinch Group Buy....

Hey everyone - I'm trying to get enough interest in getting a Group Buy for Cycle Cinch tie down straps... it's kinda like the Canyon Dancer but WAY BETTER... doesn't pull the grips inward and making them sqoosh up against the switch housings which means no more sticking throttle after hauling the bike (or 4 wheeler) somewhere ... as well as the straps aren't excessively long like the Canyon Dancer so it's easier to strap down to the Drings without alot of excess tie down strap...

check out this site for details on the use of it...
this is the manufacturer site for installation instructions:
http://www.cyclecinch.com/CCpages/CCinstall.html

this is the retailers site that we'll be purchasing them from:
http://stores.sportbiketrackgear.com...T%3ACYCLECYNCH

Regular Price is $ 49.99 Group buy is $ 35.00 (I'm working on the shipping cost of them)

They take Credit Cards as well as Paypal... the orders would be placed directly with Sportbike Track Gear by calling Brian VanDenBrouck at (586) 484-1188 and mentioning you want to get in on the Sportbike World Group Buy for Cycle Cinch Straps.

He'll take your information and hold all orders till we meet the minimum of 20 straps then all orders will be processed and shipped.

I would like it if you'd post here if you're interested and how many you'd like - NOT THAT I'M GOING TO PLACE YOUR ORDER -BUT JUST SO I KNOW A PEICE COUNT

I'm going to put this up on a couple other forums to try to get us the minimum Qtys more easily... I want 4 of them myself. I'm sick and tired of that damn CD and I'm NOT over tightening my straps either (for those who like to say that's the reason they suck lol)

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FOR 7 BUCKS AT DYNAMIC POWERSPORTS YOU CAN BUY ALL THE STRAPS YOU NEED. JUST BUY THE EXTENDERS AND WRAP THEM. THATS WHAT I USE EVERYTIME I HAUL THE BUSAS AND NEVER HAD ANY TROUBLE. 35 OR 7 YOU DECIDE??????
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FOR 7 BUCKS AT DYNAMIC POWERSPORTS YOU CAN BUY ALL THE STRAPS YOU NEED. JUST BUY THE EXTENDERS AND WRAP THEM. THATS WHAT I USE EVERYTIME I HAUL THE BUSAS AND NEVER HAD ANY TROUBLE. 35 OR 7 YOU DECIDE??????
I don't want the extenders... I like the design of the cycle cinch... so it'll be the $ 35

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waste of money. u going sunday?
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waste of money. u going sunday?
not if they work better

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so it'll be the $ 35

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not with a group of 1 it isn't
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not if they work better

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they don't. u didn't answer. r u going sunday?
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not with a group of 1 it isn't
who said I was the only one I had interested so far

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they don't. u didn't answer. r u going sunday?
yes they do.. seem them and know others who have them

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I'd give it a whirl. I use canyon dancers now, and [knock on wood] have had no problem. But I'll try anything. I think next time I am going to try the soft straps that wrap around the top of the fork tube. Then hook the soft strap together with the securing strap. Should be ok...


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