Markland Heel Toe Shifter


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Wingingit!
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Markland Heel Toe Shifter

Postby Wingingit! » Wed Jan 13, 2016 9:19 pm



Does anyone have a nice set of Markland floorboards and heel toe shifter?



CA_Guy
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Re: Markland Heel Toe Shifter

Postby CA_Guy » Tue Mar 29, 2016 7:12 pm

Have you found these yet? I have a complete set with everything needed for mounting. I took them off my 1997 1500. I will try to attach a picture that I took of just the floorboards with shifter and brake. Let me know if you are still interested.


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Re: Markland Heel Toe Shifter

Postby Wingingit! » Wed Mar 30, 2016 4:38 am

How much do you want for the set? Is everything there?

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Re: Markland Heel Toe Shifter

Postby Wingingit! » Wed Mar 30, 2016 4:55 am

Can you post a picture of all the parts you have, so i can verify everything is there?

CA_Guy
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Re: Markland Heel Toe Shifter

Postby CA_Guy » Wed Mar 30, 2016 5:45 pm

I can, but probably not until tomorrow. I am certain that they are all there because I took them off myself.

Wingingit!
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Re: Markland Heel Toe Shifter

Postby Wingingit! » Wed Mar 30, 2016 6:27 pm

How much do you want for them?

CA_Guy
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Re: Markland Heel Toe Shifter

Postby CA_Guy » Fri Apr 01, 2016 5:36 pm

Here are some pictures of all the parts. I have not cleaned them up as I am in the process of moving to another home and am packing up my garage. I bought my 1997 Goldwing last summer from a friend of mine whose Father had owned it. It only had 19,000 miles on it. His Dad had gotten cancer and had to stop riding the bike and it had been in storage for over 16 years, so it was just like new. It was his 3rd Goldwing and he has been all over the US on them. There is a little wear on one of the bottom of one of the floorpads, which are hinged, that you get in normal wear when you lean the bike too far in a corner. I posted a picture of it so that you could see it. I also enclosed a picture of a Markland kickstand cover. These were all made back in the day when Markland was a top brand, not when they became cheap crap made overseas. THEY ARE HEAVY!
The Markland name on the parts.
The Markland name on the parts.
This is the one that has some road contact - the other one has never hit the pavement.
This is the one that has some road contact - the other one has never hit the pavement.
This is not discoloration on the top of this - it is a reflection from something that is sitting nearby.
This is not discoloration on the top of this - it is a reflection from something that is sitting nearby.


Let me know what you think of them and if you are interested, and then we will discuss the price.

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Re: Markland Heel Toe Shifter

Postby Wingingit! » Fri Apr 01, 2016 6:11 pm

I am still interested, if we can come up with a price we can both agree on. You should be able to send them to me in box through priority mail for about $13.

CA_Guy
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Re: Markland Heel Toe Shifter

Postby CA_Guy » Fri Apr 01, 2016 7:08 pm

What would you like to offer me for them? By the way, there is no way that the shipping will be $11. They are REALLY heavy. I haven't weighed them, but they must weigh at least 15-20 pounds. Also, do you want to make an offer on the kickstand cover.

Wingingit!
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Re: Markland Heel Toe Shifter

Postby Wingingit! » Fri Apr 01, 2016 8:22 pm

You can get those priority mail boxes at the post office and anything that fits inside, no matter what the weight will ship for that price. I assure you I'm not messing with you, go to the post office and ask, if you don't believe me, $13 anywhere in the continental U.S. I've used these before.

How about $150?

CA_Guy
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Re: Markland Heel Toe Shifter

Postby CA_Guy » Sat Apr 02, 2016 2:31 pm

I know about the boxes at the post office, but am not sure that they will fit in only one. How about $200 and I pay the shipping?

Wingingit!
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Re: Markland Heel Toe Shifter

Postby Wingingit! » Sat Apr 02, 2016 5:12 pm

You have a deal! I think this might be a public message. If it is and you can figure out how to send me a private message with your address, I will send you a check.

Wingingit!
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Re: Markland Heel Toe Shifter

Postby Wingingit! » Sat Apr 02, 2016 5:16 pm

I'm pretty sure they will fit in one box, but you may need to take them apart and wrap them in newspaper please, to prevent damage during shipment.




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