FS: Factory Splash Guards - Full Set - SOLD

Discussion in 'For Sale' started by joleat, Aug 15, 2017.

  1. joleat

    joleat New Member

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    I removed these from my 2016 TH earlier today. They were installed when I bought the Jeep, so I assume they are MOPAR. The Jeep only has 7k miles, so these things are in really good shape. No mounting hardware is included, so you'll need to source your own screws. If the buyer is in the lower 48, I'll cover the cost of shipping.

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  2. joleat

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    The price has been dropped to $65 shipped to the lower 48. I know someone out there wants a set of guards. Don't spend $100+ at your dealer!
     
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    Make these babies yours for $50 shipped to the lower 48!
     
  4. red/green hawk

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    I got my set off ebay for about $40 brand new, with hardware. Plus the front pair need rivets, not screws. I wouldn't give you over $25 for them.
     
  5. joleat

    joleat New Member

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    Cool story, bro!
     
  6. red/green hawk

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    Just saying, apparently nobody else will either.
     
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    Awesome, thanks!

    Now, with the sarcasm (feel free to ask if you don't understand what that means) out of the way...

    It is painfully obvious you do not comprehend how little I care about what you have to say.

    I once bought a Sovtek MIG 50 amplifier head for $40 at a pawn shop. I used it for a couple years and sold it for $700. You will find this hard to believe, but I've never disclosed the details of my aforementioned deal with the intent to sabotage someone else's for sale ad. Only people with social disorders do that kind of... oh, wait.

    My price is fair. While deals are undoubtedly out there, there are also full sets selling on eBay for $90-$100 and front or rear pairs selling for $40-$50 a pair. You can buy unbranded Chinese sets for $30-$40, but you get what you pay for. Mine will either sell for $50 or they will stay in storage; it makes very little difference to me.
     
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  8. joleat

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    Sold.

    Thanks for looking... not so much for commenting. :cool:
     
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    Wow, you bought a Soviet MIG for $40? How did you sneak that by customs? And um apparently you do care what i say hence the diatribe. BTW, congrats on your sale.
     
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