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    ebay bids

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    there is no link

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    Quote Originally Posted by thester71 View Post
    Is anyone bidding on this?
    NOPE
    what is it

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    It's got a solid coupler on it too......Good deal

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    Quote Originally Posted by ryandi2 View Post
    there is no link
    http://cgi.ebay.ca/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?...m=110506269512

    Polaris 750 Crank-shaft SL slt slx 650 jet-ski 780


    This is a good used Crank Shaft from a polaris sl750, all the bearings feel good and 2 of the rods are WSM brand so it was most likely rebuilt not long ago. This should be interchangeable with other Polaris Fuji engines such as 650 and 750,and comes with the rear coupler.


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    Quote Originally Posted by K447 View Post
    http://cgi.ebay.ca/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?...m=110506269512

    Polaris 750 Crank-shaft SL slt slx 650 jet-ski 780

    i see the link now.. that crank shaft seems too be a good deal so far..

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    Quote Originally Posted by ryandi2 View Post
    ... that crank shaft seems too be a good deal so far..
    It has four days to go on the bidding. The current bid price means nothing.

    What is does tell you is that others are also wanting it. How much will they be willing to pay?

    If you want it, you must be willing to pay more than the highest bid of the other bidders.

    The only price that matters is the highest bidder's price at the end of the auction.

    BTW, don't 'bid' on eBay items. Snipe them;
    www.biddingscheduler.com

    Snipe bids don't appear until the very last few seconds of the auction. Your computer doesn't even need to be turned on.

    You just need to decide ahead of time what is the absolute maximum you are willing to pay for the item, and but that number into the bid scheduler. You will only pay enough to beat out the next highest bidder, regardless of how high you set your maximum.

    If your sniped bid is higher than the maximum bids from all others (sniped or regular bids), then you win the auction.

    The main advantage of bid sniping is that the competing bidders don't have any warning of your interest in the item. They will only have a few seconds to raise their maximum bid once yours is submitted.

    Many regular bidders set their maximum bid for an auction too low. When they get outbid, they manually go and raise their maximum to get 'back in the game'. When the auction is sniped in the dying seconds, they don't get the chance, so you can win the item for less money.

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    i was wondering about the snipe, i havent used ebay yet soo i will look in too snipe, and i didnt see the 4 days i looked quick.. my bad..

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    Just as a heads up, couplers can be very difficult to remove from a crank that's not installed in the engine. It's like trying to wrestle an alligator if you know what I mean. You might want to ask the seller if the coupler was removed before the engine was disassembled. Hopefully it was and they just loosely put it back on for the auction picture.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ryandi2 View Post
    i was wondering about the snipe, i haven't used eBay yet.....
    If you are new to eBay and Paypal, then I suggest you get your accounts set up right away.

    PayPal especially can take a while. To achieve their fully confirmed status, there is a process.

    Part of it is for them to deposit a few cents in your bank account. Then you log in a few days later and report how many cents they deposited. That confirms to them that you actually control that bank account.

    When you purchase your first items, Paypal watches for any disputes or issues with the sale. If all goes well, your address also gets confirmed.

    Some sellers may require that winning bidders have Paypal confirmed bank and shipping addresses.

    So get it all set up sooner than later

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