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Old 10-18-2019, 08:05 AM
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Sweetwater has Falcon 2 at the same price of $244 US. The benefit is that you can do a monthly payment deal, or pay in 3 months instead of all at once if that helps your budget.
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Sweetwater has Falcon 2 at the same price of $244 US. The benefit is that you can do a monthly payment deal, or pay in 3 months instead of all at once if that helps your budget.
Think I mentioned earlier but UVI doesn't allow discounts from it's prices by anyone that offers their products, especially Falcon. So not surprised to see Sweetwater has the same price as does the UVI site.
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Think I mentioned earlier but UVI doesn't allow discounts from it's prices by anyone that offers their products, especially Falcon. So not surprised to see Sweetwater has the same price as does the UVI site.

Right. But at least with Sweetwater you can spread out the cost over a few months. I'll probably go with their 3 payment plan, just to make it easier on the budget!
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Right. But at least with Sweetwater you can spread out the cost over a few months. I'll probably go with their 3 payment plan, just to make it easier on the budget!
But do they charge interest?
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But do they charge interest?

No. I think there's a small processing fee of like $10, but that's it. I've purchased several higher priced gear this way, usually within 3 months. I did notice they have a 6 month plan for F2 which has no fees or interest. Its like $41 per month. That's why I mentioned it here, so if someone can't just shell out all $244 at once, and they don't want to run up the old credit card, Sweetwater makes it easy!
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No. I think there's a small processing fee of like $10, but that's it. I've purchased several higher priced gear this way, usually within 3 months. I did notice they have a 6 month plan for F2 which has no fees or interest. Its like $41 per month. That's why I mentioned it here, so if someone can't just shell out all $244 at once, and they don't want to run up the old credit card, Sweetwater makes it easy!
Ask me about running up the plastic - just spent $470 on 5 new wheels for my 2014 Jeep wrangler. Next comes $1948 on Monday for 5 new tires for the wheels and next month another $1500 on new steel front bumper. All at my wife's urging to fend off those who park by Braille around here as well as the crappy snowplowing the city does. FYI Jeep bumpers by default are mostly plastic to save weight.
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Ask me about running up the plastic - just spent $70 on 5 new wheels for my 2014 Jeep wrangler. Next comes $1948 on Monday for 5 new tires for the wheels and next month another $1500 on new steel front bumper. All at my wife's urging to fend off those who park by Braille around here as ell as the crappy snowplowing the city does. FYI Jeep bumpers by default are mostly plastic to save weight.

Those are pretty pricey tires!!! The most I've ever spent on 4 tires for my car is like $550 or something like that. Goodyears, I believe.
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Those are pretty pricey tires!!! The most I've ever spent on 4 tires for my car is like $550 or something like that. Goodyears, I believe.
Goodyear Wranglers MTR with kevlar. Why 5? - 4 on the Jeep and a full size spare. That includes mounting, road hazard, 4 wheel alignment, 5 sets of tpms (tire pressure measurement system) and sales tax. P255 75R17 serious offroad/street meats. Even though I don't do hardcore offroading it's more like I said for the way the city plows after snowstorms (if they even do). The only time they really plow around here is if someone needs an ambulance. We don't cheap out when it comes to our vehicles.

OH yeah - and there's also the $244 I just spent on Falcon 2.
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70 USD for 5 new wheels ??? Is that a montly payment as you cant get 5 wheels for $70 can you?
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70 USD for 5 new wheels ??? Is that a montly payment as you cant get 5 wheels for $70 can you?
Thanks for the tickler - I put in the wrong price on the wheels. All five actually cost $470 (missed the leading 4). They're steel wheels which are way cheaper than the aluminum alloy wheels would cost in the size I need them. Actually the aluminum alloy wheels would cost 3 times as much per wheel than steel would.
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