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post #1 of 14 Old 11-15-12, 20:22 Thread Starter
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Attack rearsets

Hey guys, I got a used set of attack rear sets, Black. Used them on my 07 675 track bike. never been crashed. The carbon heel guards have some scratches but that is it.

400$ obo

Ill post some pictures soon.

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std or gp shift?
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std or gp shift?
attack can go either way as long as he has the equipment it came with. Just takes a few different pieces.. That is why the attack are so legit.. They made it correctly!
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Couldn't remember if that was the case or not.
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i dont have the gp parts, but i think tj could probably get them for you.

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You know those rearsets are 425 brand new from tj right?
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You know those rearsets are 425 brand new from tj right?
Its obo. Great set! Glad to have mine!

What papa bear has: Jardine Exhaust, fender eliminator kit, FP levers, GB Protection kit, CF infills, CF front fender, CF tail faring,CF chain guard, CF sprocket cover, PC passenger pegs, Driven D-3 Grips, Rizoma Barends, Renthal Clipons, PC upper Triple, Black Attack Rearsets, Woodcraft frame sliders

What I desire: Evotech/Rizoma Brake reservoir, CF rear hugger, Quick shifter, Headlight interior paint mod, HID's, PC rims,
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You know those rearsets are 425 brand new from tj right?

Per forum rules no price policing. OBO leaves it open to reasonanble offers.

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Do you know if these will work with the factory quick shifter on a 675R? Or will I need to pick up a different shift rod?
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