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post #11 of 35 Old 08-17-2009, 08:44 PM Thread Starter
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Here's the lead morgan,



Also, the two fitted pads (my name is sharpied out on both of them.)...

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-Pad 2


And the lime green sweat scraper...


I also have an almost completely full bottle of Cowboy Magic Conditioner (32 oz, $3) and a bottle of Quic Black, used once (16 oz, $3) for sale.
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post #12 of 35 Old 08-17-2009, 09:04 PM
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Mudy, how much for one of the shaped pads, and shipping to Alberta, Canada?


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Hey JDI,

I'm charging $7 each for the shaped pads or $12 for both. WOW! I just looked up the shipping and they are charging $19! Maybe if you PM me your zip code I could see if it's cheaper. That seems like way too much for shipping a normal sized box.
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Haha the irony being that the $26 for it shipped would be cheaper than buying a similar pad here...
I will PM you :) Shipping is rediculous ... I hate to be a bother, but do you guys have flat shipping rate boxes, or possibly a UPS store or Purolator? I really hate to be a pain for $7 though. I don't want you spending that much in gas just trying to find out prices for me... if you can find a good price anywhere though, I'll take the 2 pads... they'll fit a 17.5" Collegiate Sr Event saddle?


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Haha the irony being that the $26 for it shipped would be cheaper than buying a similar pad here...
I will PM you :) Shipping is rediculous ... I hate to be a bother, but do you guys have flat shipping rate boxes, or possibly a UPS store or Purolator? I really hate to be a pain for $7 though. I don't want you spending that much in gas just trying to find out prices for me... if you can find a good price anywhere though, I'll take the 2 pads... they'll fit a 17.5" Collegiate Sr Event saddle?


I know shipping prices are soo crazy! There are some flat shipping rate boxes at USPS but the shipping is even higher (like $30!!!). I'll keep searching for a good price though. Also, I think they would fit your saddle. They are a bit too narrow for the panels on my Pessoa saddle so if your saddle has wide panels they might not work for you. But my saddle is a 17.5" too so they will definately fit length wise.
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Awesome, thank you! :) I got a shipping quote for another member here for me to send them a fly bonnet to the East Coast... $14! For a bonnet!!


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Wow!! I can't believe shipping costs so MUCH. That's why I like SmartPak because they have flat rate shipping for about $8 and also gives tons of sale codes and stuff which is awesome. Even Dover usually charges about $20 for shipping which is rediculous. I'll be sure to let you know if I find a cheaper price.
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Adding a bottle of MTG! Only used once selling for $4. It is a 32 oz bottle.
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Wow!! I can't believe shipping costs so MUCH. That's why I like SmartPak because they have flat rate shipping for about $8 and also gives tons of sale codes and stuff which is awesome. Even Dover usually charges about $20 for shipping which is rediculous. I'll be sure to let you know if I find a cheaper price.
*hugs* thank you! I will definitely take them if you can find cheaper.


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Well, I've looked everywhere I can think of and can't find anything cheaper. If you got the pads they would still be cheaper than buying two new ones. It's only about $30 for both including shipping. So let me know if you're still interested.
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