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http://www.mccuff.com/



Has anyone bought from these guys recently? I ordered a product from them (had before with no issue) in October via Paypal and have never gotten the product!



I have gotten numerous emails saying they were backordered....then they shipped... then they were backordered.... then NOTHING. No anwer to emails...so I called the number on the website today and got a voice-mail box with no designation as to belonging to the Company saying the mailbox was full!



I think they are in trouble and cease to exist! Endorsed by American Chopper.... but they have thier own problems now?



Anyone experiencing the same? If not... don't sent them any money!
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I have seen them but never used one, is it like a funnel of some sort?

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I'd wait a while... Those things were sold as vapor-recovery click-off problem solvers over in California, and caught-on big with bikes everywhere else.

I'm certain they're back-ordered, probably asking old-man Chopper Sr. for financial help in filling unexpected orders at this time of year.

It looks like a classic case of someone getting overwhelmed with what was a small, simpleoperation gone successful and they weren't prepared for it.

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i bought one for my dad last year and they are a double edged sword


they work if you hold it really tight to the gas tank but you get this cheap plastic bag that gets saturated with gasoline and then your saddle bag stinks like gas all the time


its really not worth it all that much IMO but you can buy one if you want or i'll give you this one thats sitting in the cubboard in the shop.

its not that hard to stick the nozzle in the tank as far as you can and then it will click off this thing is designed for someone who wants to get every last drop of fuel in the tank.

fuel nozzles are designed to fill your tank with a specific level so in the heat your gas wont puke out the over flow about 90-95% capacity of a tank is about full when you use this product you fill it plum full not a good idea in 110 heat IMO

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The site link won't work for me at the moment.
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I've got some wiki-related suspicions as to why you may have a hard time accessing certain servers within some URL ranges over here at various times...

I could be wrong with the idea...

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No Captain you are maybe right about the Wiki related problems.....Seen on the news here last night that Wiki is indeed causing problems in other areas....Seems that some bank customers couldn't access their banks here yesterday?????..BTW I just clicked ontheir web site and it came up no problem????

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I clicked on it at 10:00, or a bit after, and it came up when I saw Normans post.

I think anything trying to be accessed over here from inside the EU is gonna have some unexplained sporadic glitches for a while. Variables and dependants aside..

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Thanks for the help.... it mostly it's been paid for and no product was shipped.

On another note... the subject matter seems to of turned from issues with McCuff to why Internet connects are a problem.

"Never Ride Faster Than Your Guardian Angel Can Fly." I don\'t want to change my account name... but I\'m now riding a \'09 GW w/ CSC Trike.

Previously Owned: \'93 Goldwing Trike; \'05 1800ABS ; \'99 GL1500SE Goldwing; \'05 Honda VTX1300R; \'02 Honda Shadow 750 Classic; \'78 CB500; Late 60\'s Triumph 500 & 650.
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Perhaps they digress..........



If you paid with a credit card, contact the cc company and let them know of your problem. The card company has resources to help you out(so I've heard).



Good luck.

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I watched a guy filling up his car the other day and when itwas about full, he pulled out the nozzle and sprayed gas all over the side of his car and then put the nozzle back in it's holder. I said "what the heck to you think you're doing?" He replied " Oh I'm a porn star...)

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