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Old 12-10-2008, 02:49 PM   #1651
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Four Wheel Campers Grandby.
Really excellent and clean condition
Heat, stove, icebox.
Everything works!
It will fit: Chevy Trucks built in 1988 or older Dodge Trucks built in 1993 or older Ford F-150 Trucks built in 1996 or older Ford F-250 / F-350 Trucks built in 1998 or older
No leaks. No smells
Includes nice jacks.


Very Clean, no tears in pop-up or upholstery.
Will consider trades for anything small enough to go with me when I move! ITS GOTTA GO!
$700/obo
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Bet that won't fit my '95 GMC shortbed stepside..
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Old 12-10-2008, 03:13 PM   #1652
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Great deal, I'd buy it but have a slightly newer one. Great ADV vehicle, tow a few bikes behind and you are set.
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Old 12-10-2008, 04:17 PM   #1653
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Bicycle storage rack

SOLD

I have a 4 position bike rack, with basket.

Just like this, only holds four bikes.

http://www.ultimatebikesupport.com/p...age_stand.aspx

Rack is SOLD

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Old 12-10-2008, 05:12 PM   #1654
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Four Wheel Campers Grandby.
Really excellent and clean condition
Heat, stove, icebox.
Everything works!
It will fit: Chevy Trucks built in 1988 or older Dodge Trucks built in 1993 or older Ford F-150 Trucks built in 1996 or older Ford F-250 / F-350 Trucks built in 1998 or older
No leaks. No smells
Includes nice jacks.


Very Clean, no tears in pop-up or upholstery.
Will consider trades for anything small enough to go with me when I move! ITS GOTTA GO!
$700/obo
Call Brian
970-412-4003



Somebody should buy this. Four wheel campers are great. All aluminum frames and lightweight. Put it on a pickup and you will never know it there except when you use it. I have a much bigger, heavier unit and if I could get rid of it quick I would buy this one (but I am not in Colorado for the winter, so no can do).
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Old 12-10-2008, 10:08 PM   #1655
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So, this won't fit mid '90s Dodge 2500 series longbeds????

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Four Wheel Campers Grandby.
Really excellent and clean condition
Heat, stove, icebox.
Everything works!
It will fit: Chevy Trucks built in 1988 or older Dodge Trucks built in 1993 or older Ford F-150 Trucks built in 1996 or older Ford F-250 / F-350 Trucks built in 1998 or older
No leaks. No smells
Includes nice jacks.


Very Clean, no tears in pop-up or upholstery.
Will consider trades for anything small enough to go with me when I move! ITS GOTTA GO!
$700/obo
Call Brian
970-412-4003



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Old 12-10-2008, 10:36 PM   #1656
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I really want that camper to fit my Dodge so I can take it to WF '09
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Old 12-11-2008, 05:35 AM   #1657
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That camper will fit the older trucks... You just need to stick some 4x4s underneath it to clear the cab... I would measure, but I think that is the only difference
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Old 12-11-2008, 08:20 PM   #1658
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2002 WR426 - titled/plated

For sale is my '02 WR426. It is titled and street-legal. I need to free up space in the garage and help fund the purchase of my next bike.

The bike is in good condition and has been well maintained. I recently had the valves adjusted, and I installed new bearings in the linkage, swingarm, and front/rear wheels this week. Front tire is a D756 and it's good, the rear is a D756 with <50mi on it, so it's almost new. I have no idea what the hours or mileage is on the bike...it's been so reliable and runs so good I just never paid attention to that. If I had to guess, I'd say around 3500 miles, including the past 3 Colorado 500s.

Aftermarket parts & hop-ups:

- JD jet kit
- Zip-Ty fuel screw
- BK squirt mod
- HotCams exhaust cam (no more decomp lever)
- FMF Q Muffler & Power Bomb headpipe
- Rekluse Z-Start autoclutch
- Rekluse rear hand brake (no more clutch lever or rear brake pedal)
- Race Tech front suspension (Gold Valves, springs)
- Scotts upper triple clamp & mount (damper not included)
- Pro Taper bars
- Guts Racing tall seat foam & gripper cover
- Fredette chain block
- Trail Tech odometer

Other odds & ends....51t rear sprocket, Yamaha stainless oil filter, rear wave rotor, Utah Sport Cycle skidplate, Acerbis rally handguards, fork seal savers, 2 spare air filters, spare front wheel with new D739 mounted, the shop manual, and a box full of stock parts I removed.

On the advice of Rekluse, I've been using Rotella-T oil and have had no issues...the clutch engages/disengages perfectly.









$2000.00 is the price

For reference, KBB Trade-in is $1765.00, Retail is $2615.00 for a stock bike in good condition.

PM me if interested.

I'll post up to Craigslist in another week or so, but thought I'd start here first.

Thanks for looking!
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Old 12-12-2008, 07:03 PM   #1659
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wanna trade a small ds or trail bike for my 750 virago?

ready to trade 1992 virago 750 for a 4 stroke @400

i don't ride my first bike any more.. it is in pretty good shape. has leather saddle bags. yellow dry bag and bonnie abzugg not included. needs battery right now. lost the colored battery cover, needs fork seals, has salvage title before i got it i think from a digger on the right side. little scratch on the sissy bar and has a new mirror. nothing else scratched.. i think it was a insurance "scam" type thing. needs shim for the starter (like all viragos of that time) ran great when i put her away. new tires!
i would like to trade for a 400 or something close 4 stroke ds or trail bike. im living in colorado springs on the weekends..
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Old 12-15-2008, 12:14 PM   #1660
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1st Gear Heated gloves w/ everything you need

1st Gear Heated gloves (size L) including:

- Heat troller
- "Y" Harness

In like new condition, bought them last winter and only used them a couple times since. The gloves alone cost me around $130, the troller I think was another $70. I'll let it all go locally for $140.

Looks like this:





"Y" harness not pictured, but is included.

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Old 12-15-2008, 02:11 PM   #1661
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2003 XR400R - $2500 - Has had a total of 3 tanks of fuel through it. Bought by a farmer friend of mine. Spends too much time on other things to keep the XR. He lives in Limon, but the bike will be delivered to me in the Springs some time this week for the sole purpose of finding it a new home.

All of the miles on it are around the farm and in the pasture.

Oil changed and all other fluids checked.
Interested in a trade for a car in that price range? Bob Billen 303 525 2292
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Old 12-16-2008, 06:08 PM   #1662
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2001 Honda xr 400

Just what I was looking for....only $250 more than my 83 TT600...just a couple days too late. It does seem pretty low:
http://denver.craigslist.org/mcy/960581064.html
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Old 12-16-2008, 06:32 PM   #1663
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Woops. Not mine - Meant to put that in CL finds.
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Old 12-17-2008, 09:17 AM   #1664
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Interested in a trade for a car in that price range? Bob Billen 303 525 2292
Bob,

I might be interested. I have a 2003 XR400R with some great upgrades. My number is Seven Two 0 88Three Six3Nine4

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Old 12-17-2008, 12:43 PM   #1665
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Never Summer Premier T5 161 Snowboard, K2 Formula Bindings

I wanted to try snowboarding two seasons ago, so I researched and purchased the best board I could find for my criteria (all mountain, carving, all conditions, novice rider friendly but a board I would not outgrow even if I became an expert)... The Never Summer Premier T5 in 161cm. I added K2 Formula bindings and a nice snowboard bag.

A month or so later, I blew out a disk in my back (not snowboard -or- moto related...), had surgery, and sat out most of the season. I'm back to skiing and moto riding, but I think I'm going to give up on learning to snowboard and focus on skiing and maybe take up tele.

The board has about 7 beginner runs on it and is in like-new shape.

I haven't really figured out what it is worth yet, I put $750+ into the package. I'm going to research prices on ebay a craigslist a bit and post it up, but thought maybe a RMADV'er might be interested in it and give me a fair price for it.

I'd also consider an interesting swap. Tools, KTM stuff, gear, whatever but no junk please! If you have an idea what the board might be worth on craigslist or whatever, or want to make an offer, a pm would be great.

If you are not familiar with Never Summer snowboards, they are a Colorado company and all their boards are handmade locally. They are also known for having unbeatable customer service and replacement warranty if you manage to break one of their boards, and absolutely rocking boards especially for big mountain/freeride/carving. Reviews are here.




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