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Besides all the normal safeguards, such as written agreements and proof of receipt...what advice can anyone give about ordering an SSR?

I do not want any of the optional equipment, which every dealer in the Dallas/Fort Worth area has bought. I would like it with only the 1SA LS (no charge) and the destination charges.

What deposit requirements have been charged? How about "Smart-Buy" or leasing?

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I strongly advise you to get the 1sb package. the heated seats kwwp my tushy warm when I bring the top down on days I should not.
 

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check with smaller dealers They are usually more trustworthy and if there allotment is not already sold you can order it anyway you want however I would also suggest you order the options You get a lot for the price of the package just leave off the bed liner and saddle bags and save that 1600.00
 
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redssrloaded... I strongly advise you to get the 1sb package. the heated seats kwwp my tushy warm when I bring the top down on days I should not.
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Obviously you do not live in Texas...today it is 65F.
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dohyatt ...check with smaller dealers They are usually more trustworthy and if there allotment is not already sold you can order it anyway you want however I would also suggest you order the options You get a lot for the price of the package just leave off the bed liner and saddle bags and save that 1600.00
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Since I just found out that yellow was out for 2004, I am good for the minimum...thans to you both for the advice.
 
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FlyLow email me

I am a dealer here in Texas and have a red1SA in stock and know of a friend with a 2003 Yellow available with the 1SA. Both have the $85.00 floormats and the yellow has running boards. Those are the ONLY options. email me at [email protected] to discuss pricing.
 
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