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Would you buy a set of ArmorBodies track bodywork for $500 shipped? Never crashed in, a few misplaced drill holes and painted flat black. I know ArmorBodies is a good brand. I'm looking for decent quality at a good price. So it's either these or brand new Optimal bodywork.


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According to Adam -shipping price was like 250+



Soo.. technically not bad. but maybe worth waiting for something local?
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Soo.. technically not bad. but maybe worth waiting for something local?
The guy says $500 shipped. So if he's gonna be okay with that price, even with shipping, that's all I'm paying. The cost of shipping isn't my issue if it's in the cost of the transaction as a whole.


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The guy says $500 shipped. So if he's gonna be okay with that price, even with shipping, that's all I'm paying. The cost of shipping isn't my issue if it's in the cost of the transaction as a whole.


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My point was, maybe you can find a set locally.. As is technically it would be cheaper.

FWIW I found hector a set of armour bodies for his bike... $100.. missing a draft pan.. which isnt a deal breaker at that price
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My point was, maybe you can find a set locally.. As is technically it would be cheaper.

FWIW I found hector a set of armour bodies for his bike... $100.. missing a draft pan.. which isnt a deal breaker at that price
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Not sure if I could find any local. Not sure if I want to wait and see and let these go if I can't find any.


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I thought that $500 was too much.. then I realized
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so get them, or wait till STG has their buy one get one free deal.
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A-man can get great prices on Armour bodies new set...Sherman, cant you help?

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