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For sale: Set of Stainless Steel side Steps$250

Discussion in '2nd Gen Tacoma Marketplace (2005-2015)' started by LizellaFella, Oct 16, 2011.

  1. Oct 16, 2011 at 6:04 PM
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    LizellaFella

    LizellaFella [OP] Well-Known Member

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    no message
     
  2. Oct 16, 2011 at 7:59 PM
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    El Tano

    El Tano i am the one who knocks

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    Corvette homelink 2.25 procomp levelink kit 1" procomp rear block with TSB leaf pack. 5100 Blinstein on back 17x9 kMC wheels 0 BS 265/70 17 Nitto Terra Grapplers
    Dude, just for your info, forum rules
    SELLERS RULES
    1. The subject-line of your post must be a description/name of what you're selling
    2. You must include a price for the item. If you aren't sure, put down a number and add "OBO" after it (Or Best Offer)
    3. You must include a picture of the item you're selling. It must be the actual item, not a manufacturer stock photo. It can be attached to the post, or embedded from other sites, such as photobucket
    4. For local-pickup or regional sales, you must include your city in the post [new]
    5. Specify the model year that the parts you're selling are made for [new]
    6. When naming a price, take into account any fees that PayPal may charge you (under "Receiving purchase payments") [new]
    7. If you are selling the item on an auction or classified site, you may link to the sale from your post-BUT YOU MUST still include a picture in the post.
    8. When the item you're selling is no longer for sale, please indicate so by replying to your sales thread. This helps avoid confusion among people seeing your post.
    9. Sellers may bump their threads only once a day

    DO NOT post for-sale threads that are not complete. Photos are part of the deal, so don't start a thread until you have them ready. If you do not post a complete thread, it will be nuked. Statements such as "My dog ate my camera" or "Photos when I get home tonight" are not good substitutes for photos.
     
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