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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 01-22-2008, 12:36 AM Thread Starter
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Well thru this thread, I have been contacted by the President of Condor Products. He was completely impressed by the pics and to thank me for my support.

I contacted him via email and right away asked if my riding buddies on the forum could get a discount on some condor products.

So who would be interested in getting a Condor Product?

Let me know cause I would like to a get a number of peeps interested. They can be used on their own, on a lift, or in a trailer.

I'm not promising anything but I will try.




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how much are they normally? not that I'm gonna have any use for it... don't have a trailer and already have stands for my bike...

but it'd be nice to have a starting point... ya know
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how much are they normally? not that I'm gonna have any use for it... don't have a trailer and already have stands for my bike...

but it'd be nice to have a starting point... ya know
You could mount it right into the back of your truck and not have to worry about your bike tipping over... although for a truck bed, I would rather go with the new pit bull mounting system that requires no straps and no compressing of the suspension.. would be much better on the bike over long hauls.

But I can vouch for the Condor's as well, they are kick ass. Dyno has them mounted in the back of the WOS Ambulance and it keeps the bike so stable you can load another one in with > 1/2 inch clearance between bikes and not have to worry about them rubbing.

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You could mount it right into the back of your truck and not have to worry about your bike tipping over... although for a truck bed, I would rather go with the new pit bull mounting system that requires no straps and no compressing of the suspension.. would be much better on the bike over long hauls.

But I can vouch for the Condor's as well, they are kick ass. Dyno has them mounted in the back of the WOS Ambulance and it keeps the bike so stable you can load another one in with > 1/2 inch clearance between bikes and not have to worry about them rubbing.
ahh true... forgot about the truck bed.. though hopfully once I get the bike to CO.. she won't be seeing the bed of my truck for a while...
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They list the prices on the website I linked above




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If they don't offer a discount--we can. We are Condor dealers and stock a lot of them.

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