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Need Help With Selling.....BAD NEWS

Unfortunately i did what im sure a lot of people do...get all excited about a bike and really dont think things through...especially finances when you sign off on a bike. I am really starting to think about selling my bike. I have no idea where to begin....or what i should do....or what to ask for. What do you guys think i could ask for my bike? It has 5500 miles on it. Runs Excellent, and is immaculate. Everything added on is in my signature. Should i part it out? Add it to the cost? It is basically a brand new bike with a custom look. Unfortunately i might need to sell it.

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I would say you could get 6900 to 7400 for her... Sweet ride and sorry to hear your bad luck..

Goodluck with the sale...
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Don't know how your credit is but this may be another option.

After I bought my bike I went looking for a credit card, eventually I found one with 0% interest on balance transfers for one year, and a standard rate after that that is still lower than what I was paying for the bike loan. Hopefully before the year is up I will find another card with a similar plan and switch again.

If you were to do this you could lower your payments across the same time frame you are set up with now, or pay the same amount and pay the bike off faster.

More side benefits would be that although not recommended, you could drop the insurance to liability as you will be in posession of the title. Also since the title would be on hand it would be easier to sell in the long run if later determined that was the only option. Good luck.

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Don't know how your credit is but this may be another option.

After I bought my bike I went looking for a credit card, eventually I found one with 0% interest on balance transfers for one year, and a standard rate after that that is still lower than what I was paying for the bike loan. Hopefully before the year is up I will find another card with a similar plan and switch again.

If you were to do this you could lower your payments across the same time frame you are set up with now, or pay the same amount and pay the bike off faster.

More side benefits would be that although not recommended, you could drop the insurance to liability as you will be in posession of the title. Also since the title would be on hand it would be easier to sell in the long run if later determined that was the only option. Good luck.
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CHEWKNOW...hope things work out for you bro



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man sweet bike bro.......sucks to hear you might have to give her up. i think you could easily get 7500-7800 for her... imo. have you tried lookin to refinance it. its a long shot. i dont know what your payin for her or where your credit stands. good luck bro....if you decide to give her up, yuo can always look forward to the '07 RR.






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