They're 321 on Ron Ayers new. I saw broken tabs and mounts ones for 70 and clean ones for 200 with probably more mileage than this one.Wow. Good luck with that. They go anywhere from $60 - $100 on eBay.
Shipping is quite a bit more up here, probably double or more for some things. Perhaps they're priced a bit high but I would think some of them are about as low mileage/close to new as you could come across. Simply being out of Canada seems to be an obstacle as well. I've had stuff priced lower than comparable sellers out of the US (on other sites, not here necessarily) yet had little to no interest whereas said seller(s) has/had multiple inquiries...Most all the pricing is a good bit off. Maybe it is because he is in Canada and shipping will run him more.
mbzuki, you cannot go by ronayer prices to set your prices. Not if you want to sell them anyways.
That's all good, and I hope I didn't come across as crass with my earlier reply. I'm fine with starting a little higher and going down whilst sitting on some stuff as I'm not in a huge rush to get rid of anything at the moment. I've listed the whole upper fairing assembly minus ram air tubes for 325 complete or something like that on eBay and if I have to I guess I will split that out and lower the price on the headlight eventually.Pricing is the most important thing when selling used items. Where you're from and mileage isn't. Personally I could care less how many miles your headlight has on it. I was just looking for a retrofit project. You might be able to get your asking prices but you'll have to wait for that right guy.
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I can tell you're not bashing the thread, no worries there. I did check eBay, ballpark for non-broken headlights was high 100s to 200 flat when I did. If I'm not mistaken in a different for sale thread it looked like the guy got rid of his for 175. I brought up the Ron Ayers price just to give perspective relative to new. I'll be honest when I have seen other folks in my neck of the woods selling used OEM it is usually around 50% of new price when it is in good shape. I'm not sure what it is like for your respective markets though, not that I have high acumen when it comes to selling either as I recently starting parting out bikes a little more in the last year or two (usually do flips locally). I know eBay isn't the end all source for pricing/parts but...Typically the only thing people will pay more for low mileage is the motor. You say you are pricing compared to other sites but you are comparing to ronayers. Those parts are new. Even though your parts may be low mileage, they are not new. In order to successfully sell on here you will need to find the lowest price on ebay and price it lower than that. Not trying to bash your thread, just trying to help you get this stuff sold. I see you have started to list on ebay so maybe you will have better luck there.
It was already paid out and bought back by the previous owner. I bought it from him to either use for the track, to save for parts for other machines, or to part out. I could use the money in the future so the third option it was.Sorry for the loss but damn...insurance just can't cut you a check? It's a huge pain to part out a bike. That's a lot of time wasted boxing up shit and heading to the post office.
Thanks. I think the guy had bought it brand new as a left over crate in 2014 at some point. Took it out spring of this year and caught some gravel and the rest is history.I understand man. Best of luck to you with the sales. :cheers