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post #1 of 29 (permalink) Old Sep 17th, 2008, 3:54 am Thread Starter
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Group Buy 27mm triples for 748 916 996 998 749 999

Dept. of Suspension triple clamp group buy.

20 sets of clamps sold @ $675 per set

40 sets of clamps sold @ $615 per set

60 sets of clamps sold @ $575 per set

For details of how the buy will work and why these are so good including pics follow the links below

details 749/999
http://departmentofsuspension.com/Du...amp749999.html

748/916/996/998
http://departmentofsuspension.com/Du...amp748998.html

if you're interested just send Jason an email requesting an order form
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Details from Dept. of Suspension:

The quantities will be included with the 748-998 triple group buy

Options: You can order them in black or silver You can order them with either a 56 or 53mm lower triple clamp so they will work with Ohlins or Showa forks. No extra spacers this time.

Deposits and payment: I will require a $200 deposit on each set of clamps when ordered. This must be made by check, cashiers check, money order. The point here is that your deposit is NON REFUNDABLE. When the ordering time period is closed I will contact you for the balance which can be paid by Paypal, Visa or Mastercard. I wish I did not have to do it this way but I pay to get these produced up front. If 40 of you order clamps and 20 back out I am in deep, deep trouble. If you are not comfortable with this arrangement I am truly sorry but we will not be able to make a deal.
Group Buy time offer: I will keep the group buy open for 30 days (10/10/2008) or to when we have 60 sets ordered which ever comes first.

Delivery time: Once the Group Buy time period of 30 days is over we will order aluminum which takes about a week to be delivered. Schedule the shop to set the CNC machines up to run the clamps which is about 10 days. After the clamps are cut they are sent out for anodizing which takes a week. Then we get the clamps back to the shop, sort them out, match them to orders, box them up and ship them out. This takes 3-4 days. Total time from the close of ordering to the day we ship is approximately 5 weeks.

Shipping:
Inside the lower 48 $18

Canada and Hawaii $30

All other international shipping $60

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It's very interesting, but when i mail i have an automatic reply...
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Jason always has the auto reply switched on, he's pretty busy but should send out the order form soon, he may well be waiting for initial response and send everyone at once. when i get one i'll see if i can attach to the thread.

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Jason is a super busy guy... don't expect much of a response.

Great guy, great products, don't argue, just buy'em! heh



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Even if there is the interest of more than 60 people, he's capping it at 60 sets?
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I don't particularly like the 'check or money order only' deposit, but regardless i sent jason an email showing interest. It also makes me uneasy he's so hard to get ahold of. Hmm.

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I have his Triples on my 999S he is also re-doing my forks/shock, as he is an Ohlins guru, yes he is super slammed this week, yet I spoke to him ealier this week and he is slammed.

Yet he is very trust-worthy, a stand-up guy. And he really knows Ducati's.

The triples I have are form his "last" batch. Excellent quality, nice attention to detail, super strong.

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I have a set of his triples on my 998. I went through the same group buy process a few years ago.

Be patient, Jason will get back to you.

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Order form + new closing date 10/30/2008

I've attached the order form.

quote from Jason:

Group Buy time offer: I will keep the group buy open until 10/30/2008 or to when we have 60 sets ordered which ever comes first.
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File Type: doc Triple Clamp Group Buy Form.doc (139.0 KB, 254 views)

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tye, mbevans, c911 just wondering what you guys think of Jason's triples and the 27mm offset thing? superquick turnin without loss of stabiliity?

i know it's possible and anyone who's ridden a cagiva mito will know, it's possible to have lightening turn in without sacrificing stability and it has to be more than the super light weight thing.

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