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PJ's Parts Closing The Online Business

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huladog
Paige is moving on to another adventure so her online store is closing shop at the end of August, 2017. Not sure what her next adventure is going to be but she can be found on Facebook.
 
You can find her close-out items on her eBay Store. No affiliation, just a satisfied customer sorry to see her close up the shop. Was going to order some Matris suspension items.
 
Great customer service from Paige when I ordered a MIVV full exhaust system which got lost in transit from Italy, so she got a replacement order together and I got it just fine.
 
 
 
 
 

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mjh937
I had a great experience buying from her too. It is sad to see her closing the shop but hopefully she is moving on to something fun.

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SkH
Sad to hear this. I ordered 2 Mivvs from her and on the second order, without any prompting she discounted the order for buying from her a second time.

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ninjaiceberg
I bought my Gen-x screen from her. Amazing service. Sad to see this news.

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pattonme
hmm, there goes my discounted source for Matris fork cartridges... 

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jeffkisthename
Damnit I was just talking to her about an exhaust. She said to contact her again in September when the Italian companies cone back from vacation

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huladog

Hey, guys we're saved! PJ (not Paige, but formerly married to PJ) now can get the MIVV exhausts and Matris suspension!

 

PJ can be found in the Supporting Vendor section - Sprortbikes4hireshop.com.

https://fz07.org/forum/70/sportbikes4hireshop/

 

See this topic:

 

Aloha!

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Cruizin

Yes, the real PJ owns Sportbikes4hire and they are a supporting vendor of the forum. PJ founded PJ's parts, grew it into a very well respected company and then the "new owner' basically ran it into the ground in short time. 

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