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Discussion in 'eBay Auctions' started by DynoDave, Apr 11, 2017.
And not tell the buyer about the future tire situation? I suppose it depends on your moral...
dont question my morals I haven't gotten to where I'm at by being deceitful that's not my style
Who would ever buy a Big Dog bike if ya told the buyer all the problems associated with the bike and the future problems you might have. Or for that matter every thing has the potential to be a problem and if you made the buyer aware of them, your liable to have it for a long time.
I don't buy anything without researching it, in today's world its too easy to search
Again, just take that money and get a new wheel cut.
Generally a SMART consumer does their own research before any major purchase
This guy never learned not to take too big a bite.... you might choke on it.
That's why we hang onto them
You didn't mean you per se, but seller who ever he is.
But it is a shitty situation what ever way one looks at it.
Actually I was looking at buying a Wolf and even settled on a price and everything with this same guy but he wouldn't accept a cashier's check, so it fell through. I promise he never ever said a word about tire issues. I found out later about the that. And yes, I do know better, so don't remind me.
I suppose he has an right to run his business as he wants, and nobody has to buy a tire from him. But---you better do your due diligence with this guy because he will do you if it suits his interests.
My thoughts exactly Gil!
Yes, and if you fall in love with a bike, you will buy it "no matter" the bullshit you have to go through to keep it going! I bought my bike fully aware of "All" potential problems and I still didn't bat an eye! I love Big Dog Motorcycles and will always ride one over any other brand!
I did say I would ride one over any other brand, I should have added when I have the choice!