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Just like the title, lets hear what your favorite farkle is for $100 bucks or less.

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Mine was my 20 dollar action packer. I took a $200.00 givi off for this thing. It holds so much stuff.



'Life's Journey is not to arrive at the grave safely in a well preserved body, but rather to skid in sideways,totally worn out, shouting, 'Holy shit .... What a Ride!
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The drink holders on my trunk...nah, I'm gonna go acerbis fender.
 

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Laminar lip
 

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Does fuel count? Because I've added a lot of that, and it is far and away the best bang for the buck that I've spent on the bike.
 

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for me ,,under $100

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#1 led lights (a pair $10-$120 depends on brand/type)
#2 different sprockets..(steel ones = $20-$45 each)
#3 better brake pads..($50 a set)
#4 tires ($25-$179 depends on type/brand)
hell i can get new brakes and sprocket all the way around ,,, under $100 and not crapy parts either = (if do little shopping around)!!!


cant think of any thing else that cheap,,, that will help you be a better rider,, and that ,,are items will use all the time...(well that is,,, if you like your bike ,to run and be able to stop)....????....!!!!!....
 

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For something that was "close" to $100 would be the Rox risers. Around $75. 2" rise and they swivel fore and aft. Got the ergo's on the bike just right for me. Love 'em.
 

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It's not called a farkle if it's a consumable. :)
 

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Nice to see them in use Planalp! Mine would be the base mount and medium arm that holds my I phone(Ram system).
 

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I cannot decide between my Grip Puppies or my Stearns/Coleman seat pad.
(Waaiit a minute. Both of those together are no where near $100). Can I say both?
 

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For something that was "close" to $100 would be the Rox risers. Around $75. 2" rise and they swivel fore and aft. Got the ergo's on the bike just right for me. Love 'em.
Second that for the risers. I got the anti-vibe pair and they are life savers for the long stretches on the freeay.
 

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Was my alaskan sheepskin under 100? If so, that.
 

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Was my alaskan sheepskin under 100? If so, that.
Ahhh, yeah the buttpad. Think I got mine for a lot less than that. The seamless are close to $100. They were running a special on some that had put together seams only visible on the underside. Have had mine on for at least three years now, no trouble and I still love it. My ass thanks me every time I ride !!!

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Second that for the risers. I got the anti-vibe pair and they are life savers for the long stretches on the freeay.
I thought about the anti-vibes before I ordered mine. Sounds like you are happy with them. I was concerned it would make the bars feel "squishy" and limit the feedback you get. Is that noticeable?
 
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