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Used/new under $100 preferred.

Good condition wanted, Black preferred... but any color will do. PM me or reply.:frown:

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I know I had a hard time finding mine too. You can setup a search and it will email you daily of new products that are listed.

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i agree with bot..go for those if you want them black to begin with. but keep in mind that the black paint will chip off still....Nick has the AC Racing blackline or something like that...we just repainted his black with 10 coats of spray paint for the upcomign season....so, in my own opinion...i'd get used chrome or steel colored ones and keep a can of glossy spray paint aroudn to touch them up. that's waht i did all last year too.

just a thought. might save some scoots. ya never know :)

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