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i hate ebay

1175 Views 6 Replies 6 Participants Last post by  Earlzach
well i cant say that but i had all the parts i need expecting to win and everything, because i had like 30 bucks over bid on them and i went to work, came back and it says you have lost the bid!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1

**** i need those parts now i can find a shifter and bracket set..... but i already have another rim in process of bidding and i WILLLLLL WIN that all i NEED is a left blinker a tail light and shifter and bracekt
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Earlzach said:
The rule is simple if your not going to be there at the auctions end, then really consider how much your willing to pay with shipping included and it is the right item all questions asked t's crossed and I's dotted and place your max bid and let it run it's course. If you loose someone else over paid. You didnt. Feel good about that and go to the next one. Dont bid war your way past retail for a used part. :dthumb:
Earl is right and I know I have suggested this before. You have to know what the retail price of the part is.... then take that price minus S&H and that should be your ABSOLUTE highest bid. So let's do the math together...
$50 retail price on a part
-$8 for the EBay auction's S&H
=$42 should be your max bid

Put in $42 and walk away. If somebody else bids more than that... just :nonod: and realize you're smarter than that person... find another one and bid again...
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