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TEKNIC & M2R LIQUDATION @ www.ironpony.com

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http://www.ironpony.com/ironponydire....asp/Brand/M2R
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Thanks for the hot deal Logan!Now I see why you wanted the forum!!

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Looks like I may be trying to scrounge up 120 bucks to buy a leather jacket. Nice find.
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post #4 of 17 (permalink) Old 01-01-2008, 03:31 PM
 
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Has anyone ever ordered form them before?
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Thanks for the heads up dude! Just ordered this, a $300 jacket that's my real size for $100.


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I would have pulled the button on my order yesterday too but their policy says no exchanges on closeouts. I sent them an email regarding this issue because there is no where for me to try these things on to see if they fit.
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I have. Received my order like 3 days later.
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I am not impressed with this company. They never responded to my email. I got tired of waiting and finally called them this evening. They make no exceptions for exchanges on closeout items. I don't exactly understand that policy but it is clearly stated. However, the guy I spoke to on the phone could have been more helpful with trying to figure out the correct sizes since they don't exchange things that don't fit. Perhaps suggesting a store closer to me that carried the item, or giving me the measurements so I can figure it out myself. Damn. I really wanted those leathers too but can't take the chance on spending money on something that might not fit.

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I am not impressed with this company. They never responded to my email. I got tired of waiting and finally called them this evening. They make no exceptions for exchanges on closeout items. I don't exactly understand that policy but it is clearly stated. However, the guy I spoke to on the phone could have been more helpful with trying to figure out the correct sizes since they don't exchange things that don't fit. Perhaps suggesting a store closer to me that carried the item, or giving me the measurements so I can figure it out myself. Damn. I really wanted those leathers too but can't take the chance on spending money on something that might not fit.
What ever it is you are trying to buy; If you cant find it at a local store just find it on one of the other riding gear websites and try emailing/calling some online vendors that carry the same product for size charts. Once you know what fits buy form the place that offers it cheapest.

Its a lil extra work but hey ya might just save a buck or 2
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this is my local store, they have a huge inventory, and the closeout stuff is at a very reasonable rate, i would highly reccomend them to anyone, and no im not being paid to say this stuff, its just the best place to buy mc gear that i have found



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I am still very hesitent as they will not work with me on sizing or exchange due to size issues. You say they actually have the inventory in a store front? Wonder how far of a drive it would be to just go down there.
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its an old kamrt or walmart turned into a 100% dedicated mc shop, its worth the drive, imagine a bass pro shop for mc stuff, we cant go in there without buying atleast 200 worth of ****, for every 150 you spend you get a free shirt... most of my t shirts say iron pony on them now... they have everything you can think of for mc riders from a full parts counter to racks of all kinds of tires and and an entire side of the store dedicated to closeout stuff



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and yes you can go and try everything on, the ppl that work there are really nice and they ride too, alot of local riding groups use it as a meeting sport so you can find new ppl to ride with



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Its in Ohio Becca, almost to C-Bus. It would probably be worth it to take a trip down there and try it on in person. Not too far.

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I still need leathers...

Think I will try giving them another call to ask about specific items beign in stock then I just need to figure out the details about making the drive.
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I still need leathers...

Think I will try giving them another call to ask about specific items beign in stock then I just need to figure out the details about making the drive.
Sounds like I need to take a ride over there come spring

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