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Does anyone know the MSRP of a new Shoei RF-900 Blade Tc-3? I need it for insurance purposes
 
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According to http://www.shoei-helmets.com/ they don't make that lid anymore, so the best you'll be able to do is look at Helmet Harbor, Kneedraggers and other e-vendors to see if (a) they are still in stock someplace or (b) what the RF1000 replacement costs.
 
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Google often returns links that are no longer available, but in this case, the info is intact..


... special pricing! SHOEI RF-900 BLADE TC3 GY/YL, SHOEI RF-900 BLADE TC3 GY/YL $443.99 Add to cart to view special pricing! SHOEI RF ...
store.forspeedy.com/shoei-rf900.html - 44k - Supplemental Result - Cached - Similar pages




SHOEI HELMET BLOWOUT LISTSHOEI HELMET BLOWOUT LIST LAST UPDATED 12/05/2002 Item ... YL/BK/GY TC3 XL $443.99 $302.49 758849 RF900 ORBIT GR ... TC5 XXS $443.99 $302.49 759002 RF-900 BLADE RED/BLK ...
www.cycledepot.net/STORE/SHOEIBLOWOUT.htm - 17k - Supplemental Result - Cached - Similar pages


Shoei HelmetsRF-900 Blade TC-3. Price: $478.95 Sale Price: $404.95 Savings: $74.00 Shoei Sizes: XXSmall.
www.mototrends.com/apparel/helmets/ shoei/rf900/shoei-rf900-blade-tc3.asp - 4k - Supplemental Result - Cached - Similar pages
 
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I found them on www.motorcyclemart.com but they are listed way below what the msrp was, I was kinda hoping on atleast finiding that they went for msrp. 327.99 was far less than what I paid, and my insurance wants the suggested retail price, though I am sure they'd be happy with a much lower price.
 
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TheEasterBunny said:
If you were to buy local and pay tax it would most likely be much much more than the cost of shipping.
Speaking for Tavish...there is no tax in NH :smilebig: The few, the proud, the tax free :thumb:
 
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Speaking for Tavish...there is no tax in NH :smilebig: The few, the proud, the tax free :thumb:

I got your no tax right here pal... :twofing: !

I do recall them being in the $400 range however. Man I miss being able to walk in with $20 and buying something for $19.99 and getting change back instead of having to factor in a 7.6% tax like here.

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I got your no tax right here pal... :twofing: !

I do recall them being in the $400 range however. Man I miss being able to walk in with $20 and buying something for $19.99 and getting change back instead of having to factor in a 7.6% tax like here.

Dano
Oh a wise guy huh... how about you play a little game called :stfu: :rotfl:

Ahh yes its a wonderful feeling to pay the actual price of whatever it is your buying.
 
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Yes, NH rules for no tax. But I won't be buying another helmet for a while, I gotta be able to walk without this limp, crutches, or cane before anything. Then I gotta go out and buy a new bike, but I don't think i'll be back on two wheels again this season, but you never know, i'll be looking and if I find a deal I can't refuse, I may get in a few miles before the snow comes back again. :thumb:
 
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How does NH get away with no sales tax? Do you have an income tax?
 
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How does NH get away with no sales tax? Do you have an income tax?
NOPE, no income tax, no sales tax :thumb: . We get to take home our pay checks that we earn (minus the 18% fed withholding or whatever) and pay the cost of things. One of the perks of living in NH, didnt realize how great a tax free state was til I finally left NH for the first time last year....out west is still way better though.
 
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Hamburgler said:
How does NH get away with no sales tax? Do you have an income tax?

Hense the "LIVE FREE OR DIE" motto. Man I miss NH, but the riding season is so short.


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Where does the money come from to fix roads? Provide schools? Pay LEO's? There must be taxes... just called something else.
 
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Nope you guys seem to be missing something here NH is TAX FREE!, there are no taxes or extra fees on anything you earn or buy, only do a federal tax return each year...only thing there is tax on is the 8% food tax at restaurants, but I beleive thats a federal tax like gas.
 
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So NH relies only on federal funding?!

I thought Texas was good with the only major taxes being sales and property. :idunno:
 
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Nope you guys seem to be missing something here NH is TAX FREE!, there are no taxes or extra fees on anything you earn or buy, only do a federal tax return each year...only thing there is tax on is the 8% food tax at restaurants, but I beleive thats a federal tax like gas.
I don't think you understood my question.

Let me be more clear (sorry if it's border line smart ass, I really do want to know).
1. People must build roads.
2. somebody must pave them.
3. People don't pave roads for free.
4. sombody must pay them.
5. People don't give away money for free.
6. somebody must collect money.

The question is where does somebody collect that money? Is it Federal disbursements? Is it foreigners paying duty? Somebody pays... the question is who is somebody? Even if you don't call it "tax", money doesn't come from crayola and trees.
 
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I have no idea where the money comes from, I guess NH is just that cool. The only thing I can think of that collects money for the state is the tolls on the highway (75 whole cents) maybe our registration costs for our vehicles is higher than average to pay for that stuff?? I know I contribute roughly $600/yr to register my 5 vehicles that probably pays for one of the lines in a passing zone.
 
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I consider user fees the same as taxes. You're paying to play. You still pay, just in different ways.
 
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