Can we please put a an end to this "good guy price" terminology? The shops
don't do a character test or criminal record check before they sell you something!
totally took the first post the wrong way and agree with the above….with a but.
I can remember walking into a shop and the wife and i bought a pair of socks and a video. The Wife kindly asked if they had a good guy pricing and the guy said they reserve deals for their good customers…..fair enough.. A better reply might have been.."i'd love to give you a deal but the mark up on videos and socks is so little i really can't help you out, but on future purchases i may be able to help you….we have never bought anything from there again after that first purchase.QUOTE]
Why would you ask for a discount on $45 dollars worth of goods from a bike shop in the first place?? I don't think that the first shop's response was a bad one. I think it's pretty chintzy to ask for a "good guy price" for something that cheap when the staff don't know you from a hole in the ground. Esp. if you can easily afford to buy them at the regular price.
Do you really have to send Avalanche shocks in for service every 6 months or
is that just recommended for maximum performance. I was considering an Avy
but having to ship it to the States every 6 months is not too appealing. This would
be for the nitrogen re-fill.
I must be the only one that thinks Neil Young's voice sounds like dragging your fingernails across a blackboard.
:scream: Your not the only one, they could put him in a room with suspected terrorists in Iraq.