Hehe...that's what I like to hear!Damnit Bill! Now my CC bill is going to be even bigger!
I couldn't agree with you more, BBR! You would have loved the first tweak last night - made shipping on the fork caps (ground) $113!!! Took a bit to figure it out, but I think it is sorted now.For the price of the shipping I could make the parts lol. Screw that
You don't want a 99 cent screw anyway. You'll get diseases that way.Yeah..i am with you kflaig.....$14 shipping for a $17 part is a deal breaker..I had the exact same problem at hondapartsnation.com......there minimum shipping charge is $24....even for a 99 cent screw!!!!....needless to say..they probably have no real clue how much money they have actually lost because i know i am not the only who walked away from their site after seeing that.
are the clip - ons adjustable in the vertical plane like the Biker's clip on...Triple clamps, fork preload adjuster kits, rearsets, sprockets, handlebars and all the other shiny goodies in stock now! Updating the site - and all on sale through the end of September!
You should pay at least a $1.00 for a quality screwYou don't want a 99 cent screw anyway. You'll get diseases that way.
To each their own! We can only do our best here at TygaUSA. Most people order more than one small (1 ounce to be more accurate) item and enjoy the quick Priority mail shipping for $5 or so. Anodized items sometimes get crushed/scratched even in the padded USPS envelopes, and those are an option too for such little items like this!I visited the site again and I like the red oil filler cap for $8.88...but once again..It says $9 shipping for an $8 part that weighs about 1/16 of an ounce. Guess i will live just fine without it....i know you said you would refund money but even at the $5 flate rate shipping its not worth it to me when it could/should easily go in a small size manila mailer envelope and ship for $1.10....