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Old 02-17-2013, 07:06 AM   #10486
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FYI, I stopped by Let It Ride on Colfax yesterday. Bought the last Arai VXPRO 3 (retail $679) for $349. They had Bell Moto 9 (also $670ish suggest retail) for $350ish. The graphics on the Bell are crazy bright yellow. But if you're in the market for a high end dirt bike lid it's a good deal.
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Old 02-17-2013, 07:28 AM   #10487
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More stuff from the garage - Karhu Lookout 190 back country ski's, waxless base, metal edge. rottefella bindings for new nordic norm. Ex REI rentals - good shape. $25 sounds fair. Pick up Highlands Ranch. PM if interested and call dibs.



Free with ski's if your a size 44ish. Want to say they are Alpina. Decent shape, a bit worn. Otherwise they go to pay it forward thread.

This is killing me.
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Old 02-17-2013, 02:01 PM   #10488
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Leather Shift Jacket Womens L or Mens M

Nice Shift Jacket $100 Thick leather outer, mesh inner. Hard armor in elbows and shoulders, soft back pad.Zip out warm liner.
Size says large, but I think it's a Womens size L, fits like a Mens M IMHO.
Barely used, bought for my wife 3years back, she wore it once or twice, got pregnant shortly after that and will never wear it again....
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Old 02-17-2013, 03:39 PM   #10489
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Laugh FS: Surley Pugsley...the bicycle your mother warned you about!

Selling my size large Surley Pugsley...she's not getting much use and could use a new home...

From Surly PUGS


Bombproof SRAM X-7 components, Surley Large Marge wheels with Endomorph rubber that cost as much as your car tires, bombproof alloy frame construction, Chris King headset, Avid disc brakes, Salsa seatpost collar...blah, blah, blah. FFF: fatties fit fine.

Ride the legend.

Asking $1200 firm...I live in Denver, work in Boulder, don't want to ship this beast...

Thanks!

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Old 02-17-2013, 10:24 PM   #10490
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Selling my size large Surley Pugsley...she's not getting much use and could use a new home...
The Pugsley's are cool bikes... If it was a medium frame, it would be very tempting!
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Old 02-18-2013, 12:23 AM   #10491
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I have a set of Perelli Scorpions that I removed from my 2011 KTM 990 Adventure at 400 miles.

Front - 90/90-21 54V
Rear- 150/70-18 70V

Front- good tread -



The front tire has a dip on one bead lip, but the bead itself is not bent -



Front tire -



Rear tire-



The lowest price I could find for these tires new was $112 for the front, $128 for the rear - $240 total.

Local ADV Inmate price - $125 for the pair


If you want them, please call "Dibs" in this thread and then send me a PM.

- Local only, Denver area - I will not ship these
- Cash only

Thanks!
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Old 02-18-2013, 09:18 AM   #10492
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This is killing me.
Eh?
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Old 02-18-2013, 10:51 AM   #10493
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The Pugsley's are cool bikes... If it was a medium frame, it would be very tempting!
Thanks! They're great, just not using mine much and am looking to fund the next two wheeled episode...
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Old 02-18-2013, 11:00 AM   #10494
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!998 xr250

[IMG][/IMG] My XR250 for sale . 272cc kit , XR400 forks . Skid Plate , Fender Bag , New DOT tires , Colorado title , $1000 . SOLD

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Old 02-18-2013, 08:41 PM   #10495
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Must Sell ASAP

Must sell - ASAP SOLD
1987 Honda Reflex TLR 200 Trials/Enduro
Great little bike that serves so many purposes. Street legal, titled, Speedo, headlight, tailight, turn signals, etc. Newer tires, ready to go. I also have the original seat foam if you want to go back to the original black vinyl or something.

$1,250 or any reasonable offer. Just found out I'm looking at about $3,000 in broken water main/plumbing issues at the house. A couple of bikes gotta go. Make me an offer. Humor me. Let's get this thing gone.


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Old 02-18-2013, 08:59 PM   #10496
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Don't wanna sell, but will sell. SOLD

1968 Honda CL 350 Scrambler. Former Lomax special.
Runs great, looks great, starts on first kick every single time! No matter how cold it is outside, this thing fires right up. New tires, everything works as should.

I'll take $2,000 from an ADVer. I'll list it on CL for $2.300 in a few days if it doesn't sell here, and I guarantee it will sell there. I've only had the bike a couple of months and almost everytime I ride it somewhere (like Starbucks or something hard core like that), I get an offer on it. Now I'm wishing I'd kept those people's names!

I have more pics I could email you. I'm kind of fed up with Photobucket tonight.

pm or nine seven oh two one 3 - nine seven two 7

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Old 02-18-2013, 09:05 PM   #10497
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Don't wanna sell, but will sell.

1968 Honda CL 350 Scrambler. Former Lomax special.
Runs great, looks great, starts on first kick every single time! No matter how cold it is outside, this thing fires right up. New tires, everything works as should.

I'll take $2,000 from an ADVer. I'll list it on CL for $2.300 in a few days if it doesn't sell here, and I guarantee it will sell there. I've only had the bike a couple of months and almost everytime I ride it somewhere (like Starbucks or something hard core like that), I get an offer on it. Now I'm wishing I'd kept those people's names!

I have more pics I could email you. I'm kind of fed up with Photobucket tonight.

pm or nine seven oh two one 3 - nine seven two 7

Damn, that is cool. Wish I had the cash, Ben.
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Old 02-18-2013, 10:34 PM   #10498
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Centech AP-1 with relay all mounted to a plastic board. How about $60? Plug and play.


Retail is $90ish before the board.




Would this work on my klr? Does the relay work with the ignition? could I have a circuit thats hot all the time and the rest ignition switched? Will you take 50.00?
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Old 02-19-2013, 12:55 AM   #10499
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Would this work on my klr? Does the relay work with the ignition? could I have a circuit thats hot all the time and the rest ignition switched? Will you take 50.00?
This is a $12 solution. I have four switched circuits and two always hot circuits.



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Old 02-19-2013, 05:26 AM   #10500
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Would this work on my klr? Does the relay work with the ignition? could I have a circuit thats hot all the time and the rest ignition switched? Will you take 50.00?
His Centech sold in the big Flea Market a few days ago, he didn't mark it sold here.

Fuse boxes are easy to hook up. I believe the AP-1 has all switched circuits while the AP-2 has the option of keeping one or two hot all the time.

I use the Fuzeblock FZ-1 which is a bit smaller, has a built-in relay, and any of the circuits can be hot/switched depending on how the fuse is installed.

Centech and Blue Sea and Fuzeblock are all good solutions, I use the FZ-1 due to it's compact overall size.
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