Refund for tour that we booked simular to one we just took
We booked three tours and did not realize that the last one was booked to see the exact things we just saw the day before. I called and spoke with Becky and she told me to email you to request a refund.
The booking number is LT-44999801. There were five of us on the tour and we are senior all over the age on 68 years old, with the oldest being
76. It seems that when we booked with you, that the person taking the reservation would have pointed out to us that we would be seeing the same sites. Please give us a refund.
818 NE 42nd Street
Kansas City, MO 64116
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Hi Anonymous, I would take a ride over to my local dealer and ask someone in parts or service to check and see if you have a quick release tour pak and show you how it works. Other wise it's hard mounted and the bolts are underneath the tour pak inside liner. If you have radio antena they will have to be relocated, plus there is the wiring to deal with, for some tips go to: http://www.hdforums.com/forum/touring-models/502970-taking-off-the-tour-pak.html. Good luck
Each of the three 2008 models (Rocket III, Touring and
Classic) had a liquid-cooled, dual-overhead-cam inline three-cylinder
2294cc engine. The Rocket III--with a base a base MSRP of
$14,999--weighed 704 lbs. with gas and produced 140 bhp at 6,000 rpm and
147 foot-lbs. of torque at 2,500 rpm. The Touring edition had an MSRP
starting at $16,999 that increased to $17,299 and had two-tone paint.
The Classic edition had an MSRP of $15,699 and focused around
"laid-back" ergonomics, as stated by Triumph, and had identical
performance as the Rocket III.
The same models from 2008 carried over into 2009. The Rocket
III, Touring edition and Classic edition also have the same performance
specifications as the 2008 models respectively.
The Rocket III Roadster edition released for the first time
in 2010. Triumph labeled it by saying, "[The] Roadster moves out of pure
cruiser territory and transcends into that of the ultimate muscle
street fighter." The Roadster is available in metallic or matte black.
MSRP for the Roadster is $13,999. Powered by a 2294cc inline
three-cylinder motor, which produces 146 bhp at 5,750 rpm and 163
foot-lbs. of torque at 2,750cc, the Roadster brakes with Nissan
four-piston fixed calipers equipped with a Nissan anti-lock braking
system (ABS) to the front and Brembo two-piston floating caliper with
Nissan ABS to the rear. Filled with gas, the 2010 Roadster weighs 807
For those interested in touring, the 2010 Rocket Touring edition
comes standard with a headlight, luggage rack, adjustable passenger
backrest, adjustable highway peg mounts, Roadster windscreen, auxiliary
lamps, quick release sissy bar and aesthetic upgrades like drilled oval
mirrors. MSRP for the Touring edition is $16,999 or $17,299, with
two-tone paint. The Touring edition does not come standard with an
anti-lock braking system. Weighing 869 lbs. filled with fuel, the
Touring edition produces 105 bhp at 6,000 rpm and 150 foot-lbs of torque
at 2,000 rpm.
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If you go to the Graco website, there is a link to order replacement parts. When you click on that link, you only see options for infant car seat bases, play yard and crib sheets, locking clip, and toys. However, to the right side of the screen, you can enter the model number and serial number or manufacture date of the travel system. I wasn't sure of your exact travel system, since the site didn't show an option for Mocha, and since the Quattro is available in Quattro Tour and Quattro Tour Deluxe. However, I did manage to find this list of replacement parts for the Quattro Tour system in Lattice. You should be able to use the replacement parts link to customize your search for parts to your exact travel system.