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Old 04-07-2014, 02:05 PM   #1006
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New! Lightweight Shorai Batteries at Alaska Leather

We have a large stock of super lightweight Shorai batteries at the shop!
$159-$229. Come see us!

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Old 04-08-2014, 10:13 AM   #1007
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Barely Used BMW Communication System

A customer of ours purchased this comm system last year and traded in when he bought a new Schuberth for his wife. System probably has less than a half hour of use. Built for a C3, but will work with pretty much any helmet. Buyer does install.

Retail price is $449.95

Selling for $150

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Old 04-08-2014, 09:28 PM   #1008
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****SOLD**********Fly Racing Butane 3 Waterproof Textile Pants- Size 36 TALL

Like the title says. THESE ARE BRAND NEW WITH TAGS. Never ridden in, just tried on. I have had a pair of the older style Butane II 38 tall pants for a few years and lost some weight (I'm a 33-34 waist now) so decided to try the 36's. Well the waist fits just fine but I guess I have big legs or something because they are too tight with regular pants on underneath. These are meant to be worn as overpants. BTW my inseam is a 34-36
This is from the manufacturer:
New interior breathes extremely well over previous versions
Durable, heavyweight 600D nylon construction
HYDRAGuard, durable waterproof/breathable membrane
Ballistic nylon reinforcement in high impact areas
Anatomically fitted for the riding position
Removable CE approved knee armor can be adjusted to 3 different
height positions
Removable impact foam hip pads for added protection
Waterproof, breathable membrane helps keep you dry
Reflective piping and lower leg panels for increased visibility and safety
Full-length, 2-way leg zippers allow for easy entry and exit and allow for
additional ventilation
Zipper adjustable leg vents help keep you cool
Removable quilted liner with flex knees for added comfort
Adjustable, dual Velcro waist belts with elastic waist
Two zippered front pockets and 2 zippered rear pockets help to securely
store all your goods
8" rear zipper connects to many jackets
2013 Model
My loss, I'm looking to get $130 locally Call or TEXT: Too 3 TWO-FIVE 96 Seven or PM for more details.
Thanks,
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Old 04-11-2014, 01:04 PM   #1009
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So I have an extra rear rack for an F800/700/650(twin) that was sent to me by mistake from black dog. Since Kurt is a friend of mine I said I would try to sell it instead of mailing it back to him. It's brand new in the package. You can see what it looks like from the link below. It's predrilled for a roto pak and if you want to run a winch it's drilled for the winch plate. $135 shipped in Alaska.

http://blackdogcw.com/black-dog-shop...gs-detail.html
Who would have thunk' a winch for a motorcycle You got to be riding in some serious CRAP to think about needing a winch on your bike
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Old 04-11-2014, 01:27 PM   #1010
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Who would have thunk' a winch for a motorcycle You got to be riding in some serious CRAP to think about needing a winch on your bike
When I was down south riding with the rawhyde crew we used it a couple of times. Was rather handy for water crossings.
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Old 04-11-2014, 08:21 PM   #1011
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Bell Revolver Flip-up helmet. Two years old, barely worn. Added the chin skirt and the quick release mechanism (D rings still attached). Size large. $50




Alpinestars Scout WP Boots- Worn for one summer, have been sitting on the shelf the last two so yes, three years old. Good condition, size 13.--$100 (they are $249 new)

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Old 04-14-2014, 12:41 PM   #1012
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2013 Yamaha Super Tenere with Extras

2013 Yamaha Super Tenere (XT1200Z)
Matte Gray
1550 Miles
Never abused, dropped or involved in any accidents
Selling because I am purchasing a 2014 Yamaha Super Tenere
600 mile service performed by the dealer
Extras Included:
4 year transferable Yamaha Extended Warranty (Y.E.S.)
Yamaha Heated Grip kit installed
3M Matte Paint Protection Film professionally installed by Clear Car Armor
Grip Puppies
Excel Throttle Lock
Laam Custom Seats (Rider and Passenger)
Puig Tall Windshield (mounted)
Yamaha Stock Windshield (included)
Yamaha Tall Windshield (included)
Cal-Sci Shorty Windshield (included)
AltRider Universal Joint Guard
AltRider Rear Master Cylinder Brake Guard
Hepco-Becker Lock-It Side Carrier Racks with Locks
Hepco-Becker Junior Flash 30L Side Cases (pair)
Hepco-Becker Journey Recon 42L Side Cases (pair)
All Hepco-Becker Bags and Locks keyed alike
Hepco-Becker Side Stand Large Foot


Asking $11,500 with everything listed, but will not take payments


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Old 04-15-2014, 10:47 AM   #1013
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This years THAT much different?
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Old 04-15-2014, 10:56 AM   #1014
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This years THAT much different?
Than what Troy?
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Old 04-15-2014, 11:35 AM   #1015
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Eek My thoughts as well...

Damn nice looking bike... just shows the pricing difference between reality and BMW... Would have to be major changes/bug fixes to make me give up a beauty like this after only 1500 miles...
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Old 04-15-2014, 11:42 AM   #1016
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The major change I want that leads me to the 2014 is the electronic cruise control, something not easily retrofitted.

There are a few other nice changes that Yamaha made for this year, but essentially they built on the strengths of the existing Tenere.
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Old 04-15-2014, 11:56 AM   #1017
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very nice bike Nick! Will pass the info along... several bikes have moved already this spring. Yours and AKTroys are about the only ones I know of right now, and both super specimins.
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Old 04-15-2014, 05:03 PM   #1018
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very nice bike Nick! Will pass the info along... several bikes have moved already this spring. Yours and AKTroys are about the only ones I know of right now, and both super specimins.
Thanks!
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Old Yesterday, 11:17 PM   #1019
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BILT Explorer Dual Sport Helmet LARGE

This is a really nice DOT rated helmet with an internal flip down sun shield, and a very good field of vision out of the screen with no distortion. Size is a large but I have ALWAYS worn an XL but these helmets run big so if YOU are an XL fit this WILL probably fit you. Normal D-Ring strap. I've had this helmet for a little over a year now, it is very clean with minimal signs of use, NO major scratches on the shell or screens or nicks, and NEVER been dropped. The only reason I am selling is I am switching to a modular. It seems the modular works better with my new bike's cockpit / windshield configuration. Helmet is in Palmer ifyou want to come try it on.
$70 and it's yours!












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