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TricknR1
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November 25, 2002, 09:38 AM

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Sorry to hear about your spill. Doesn't sound like the damage is too bad, though. The insurance will probably pay for it, assuming you have comprehensive. However, you might want to consider NOT submitting a claim. I was talking to someone who needed a new front fairing, and some other misc. stuff totaling about 2,000 or so. According to his ins. company, his rates would have gone up a 500 dollars/yr if he made a claim. Who knows how long before they'd go back down. He's going to replace about 1000 of essential parts and deal with some of the cosmetic stuff.

Good idea. The rates are high as hell for a sportbike any way so it would only make it go up.


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