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Old 08-23-2012, 03:37 PM   #9286
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Green Sofa

Due to a recent accident and subsequent broken collar bone, I've had to buy a recliner so that I can sleep. As a result, I don't have room for my sofa that I bought from Sofa Mart in late 2006. I'm asking $100, but that's flexible.

The material is a microfiber cloth. It's still in good condition, because I don't use it very often.

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Old 08-23-2012, 04:15 PM   #9287
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DR650 Stock tank.

Next on the Shopping block:

A tank.
Not a Sherman tank, nor a think tank.....a DR650 tank:

My friend took it off a late 90s DR, but I'm pretty darn sure it originally came from and probably belongs back on a 2006 model. No dents. Inside of the tank is CLEAN, and what looks (in the photo) to be a scratch in this picture (above the red S) really isn't a's just a reflection of the sun shining through some light clouds making an odd pattern. I'd go out and take another picture to prove it, but my cell phone camera is out of film.

Anyhow, before I stick this on fleabay, I wanted you nice people to get first shot at it. Here's some guy that thinks a new one is worth $300:
And this guy thinks his used one is worth $249.95:

So in light of such stiff competiton, I offer mine at a stunning $60 plus shipping. Yes, that's crazy cheap, and you can tell I never did good at marketing class.

The tank comes with the fuel petcock, but no cap. PM if you are interested.
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Old 08-23-2012, 05:03 PM   #9288
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Bird feeder pole and squirrel baffle

Solid steel double bird feeder holder with 100% effective squirrel baffle. It's fun to watch those tree rats try to defeat the baffle, and they never do.

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Old 08-24-2012, 05:59 AM   #9289
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Gotta get rid of this stuff this weekend!

Bumping my own posting.

Also have a Honda generator, a Sears shop vac that's new, a chrome baker's rack. Don't have pics of those yet.

Originally Posted by Gitana View Post
Besta bookcase from Ikea. $50 From their website: (Doesn't include the stuff on the shelf, unless you want a whole bunch of chickens.)

Dining room table with leaf and four chairs. Solid wood set with comfy, large chairs. $250

I'll be available on Sunday to see/pick up in Arvada if interested. Thanks!
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Old 08-24-2012, 09:12 AM   #9290
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Originally Posted by Gitana View Post
Bumping my own posting.

Also have a Honda generator, a Sears shop vac that's new, a chrome baker's rack. Don't have pics of those yet.

Specs and price on the generator? Thanks!

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Old 08-24-2012, 01:59 PM   #9291
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Also would like more info on the generator.

Why are we stopping? We don't have time for that!
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Old 08-25-2012, 06:52 AM   #9292
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Price dropped to $800.

Just tuned it all up and redid the stans in the tires:

Originally Posted by rtadlock View Post

Pretty sweet SS. Pretty sure I have it priced high, so make an offer. Not in a hurry to get rid of it, but I am buying a full susp bike so I'd like to offset the price a bit. Anyway, I paid about $2500 new. If you ride it, you'll want it. Handles like a dream.

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Old 08-25-2012, 06:55 AM   #9293
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Behringer PMX 2000

Specs here

Good little powered mixer. 10 channel 2x250 watt. Used a half dozen times for plays, band concerts, etc.

Behringer PMX2000 Powered Mixer

Behringer proudly introduce a BEHRINGER first: a compact 500-Watt power mixer with everything you need to get your sound to your audience—just plug in your instruments and microphones, add a pair of speakers and you're ready to go. The PMX2000 gives you six mono channels with ULN mic/line preamps with -25 dB pads and peak LEDs, switchable phantom power, our renowned super-musical 3-band EQ, an effects and monitor send. In addition, you get four stereo channels: three with the same ULN mic/line preamp, EQ and sends but with left and right 1 /4 " connectors, and one especially configured for tape, CD or MD players with stereo RCA inputs and recording outputs.
But that's just the beginning. The PMX2000 comes with a built-in 2 x 250-Watt power amplifier and a flexible master section, including two 9-band graphic equalizers that can be assigned to left and right main mix or to main mix and monitor out, augmented by a switchable low-cut filter for channels 1-6. Both graphic EQs feature an in/out switch for quick comparisons or bypassing. Power amp inputs are available for connecting external mixers or sound sources, and there are three preamp outputs for added flexibility. A footswitch connector allows you to remotely bypass the effects section with a standard footswitch. The main and monitor sections each feature individual level controls, a 5-segment LED level meter and a master effects send level control. In addition, the integrated limiter offers effective protection against speaker overloads.
Last but not least, the PMX2000 sports a built-in 24-bit effects unit based on our award-winning VIRTUALIZER PRO and MODULIZER PRO effects processors, giving you 99 great-sounding presets ranging from standard reverb and delay to more unusual algorithms like Vinylizer, Magic Pitch, Vocal Distortion and Space Radio, plus a number of useful combinations. Needless to say, all of this is enclosed in a compact, rugged enclosure with tough vinyl covering with high-impact protective corners and a practical handle. And all with BEHRINGER technology inside, ensuring years and years of trouble-free use, no matter what you put it through.
Behringer PMX2000 FEATURES:
2 x 250-Watt (500 Watts bridge mode) power amp with full protection
Ultra low-noise ULN design, highest possible headroom, ultra-transparent audio
10-channel mixer section comprising six mono and three stereo channels plus separate tape return channel
9 state-of-the-art, studio-grade IMP "Invisible" Mic Preamps
Switchable +48 V phantom power for condenser microphones
12 balanced high-headroom line inputs
Effective, extremely musical 3-band EQ, switchable pad and peak LED's on
all mono channels
9-band stereo graphic EQ allows precise frequency correction of monitor and
main mixes
Main level and monitor level controls with precise, 5-digit LED level meter
Integrated 24-bit digital stereo FX processor with 99 outstanding VIRTUALIZER presets including reverb, delay, chorus, flanger, vocal distortion, vinylizer and more plus 1 kHz test tone generator
Optional stereo (main L/R) or double mono (main/monitor) operation possible
Multi-functional stereo preamp outputs and stereo power amp inputs for
added flexibility
Professional Speakon® loudspeaker connectors
Extremely rugged construction ensures long life even under the most
demanding conditions
Manufactured under ISO9000 certified management system
Technical data:
Channel inputs: 14
Mono channels: 6
Stereo channels: 4
EQ (all channels): 3-band
Aux sends: 2 (1 internal FX, 1 monitor)
Power amp: 2 x 250 Watts
Power amp inputs: 2
Preamp outputs: 3 (L/mono, R, monitor)
Speaker outputs: 3 (L, R, mono bridged)
2-track input/output: 1
Phantom power: +48 V

Pair of Sennheiser microphones:

Box of random cables including XLR microphone cables.
Mic stand.

$250 for everything. In Centennial near Smoky Hill & E470. PM with interest.
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Old 08-25-2012, 12:08 PM   #9294
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bump lower price.

New lower price for ADV FF's I'm sick of CL flakes.

Originally Posted by Turbo View Post
2008 KTM Super Duke with 72xx miles

Everything on the bike is pretty much stock as it was from the factory with the following exceptions

1. G2 Throttle tube to smooth out the low end.
2. Clean tail kit that cleans up the big ugly stock license plate bracket
3. Michelin Pilot Road 3 tires - put on the bike at 4500 miles. Still a ton of life in them, many people see 10K miles from these tires, yet they still perform very well.

Also included:

KTM factory tank bag w/rain cover that easily zips off it's base when not in use.
KTM short and "touring" windscreens. The "touring" one is the one shown on the bike, I know it's still tiny, but this is a naked bike
Factory "briefcase" with manuals and a copy of the service manual on DVD.

This is an awesomely fun bike but it's just time for something else for me. All services have been performed per the maintenance schedule recommended by KTM.

For ADV FF's I'll throw in the Wolfman "Wolftail" Tailbag I have for it.

Lower price for ADV FF's $7000, I'm sick of dealing with CL flakes The only trades I would be interested in late model (08 and newer) KTM 300, 450, 530's in XC, XC-W or EXC flavors or their Husaberg counterparts.

PM, call or text with any questions as I don't want to inadvertently miss a post here.

Located in Milliken, CO

Thanks for looking.

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Old 08-25-2012, 01:11 PM   #9295
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Husky TE250 - tall man's two-fiddy

My TE250 is up for sale.

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Old 08-25-2012, 01:40 PM   #9296
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Harbor Freight Moto Hitch Carrier

As seen here:

$25 picked up in Superior, CO or will deliver within 10 miles of my house.


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Old 08-25-2012, 01:56 PM   #9297
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Old 08-25-2012, 02:34 PM   #9298
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Camera Bag - Tamrac

Cleaning out the closet and this bag needs a new home. It's in perfect condition. The dividers can be rearranged to suit.
15.00 plus shipping.

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Old 08-25-2012, 02:39 PM   #9299
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Tent, 2 person, Marmot Nyx

This tent has been used once. I no longer have the fly and they don't appear to be available. I can't find one, anyway. Included in the sale is the factory footprint. This tent would be perfect for lightweight desert camping. The tent was originally over 200.00 and footprint 25.00

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Old 08-25-2012, 05:37 PM   #9300
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Please abide my shameless commerce. I have a nice '03 640 Adventurer for sale on the
Fort Collins Craigslist. Lots of extras,runs great. $4099 ONO. 970-443-0999.
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