Old 04-02-11, 07:50 PM
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crazzywolfie
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i would just refund him the shipping. like others have said about. he came and picked the bike up and had an opportunity to test ride and inspect it before he took it into his possession. refund him the shipping and if he files a claim then you can say he had no problem with it when he came to pick it up. its not like you shipped it to him and it got broken in transportation.
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