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Old 02-01-2012, 04:41 PM   #7741
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04 ktm 450 sx parts

I have sold most of the parts from my 2004 ktm 450sx. But, I have a few pieces left:

Stock exhaust
All plastic. The front has the stock light.
I have the front and rear suspension that has been revalved by Jeff Slavens for 180# rider.
3.1 gallon tank
stock tank
stock seat

PM me if interested.
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Old 02-01-2012, 06:44 PM   #7742
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Pre spring cleaning

So I have a set of 225/40ZR18 Continental ExtremeContact DWS that came off a 2010 VW GTI. They have approx 6k miles on them and are in great shape. Asking $450 for a set of 4, for this price I'll deliver to the Denver area, if you want to come to Laramie and pick them up $400.

Link to TireRack for tire info: LINKY

Also have an Ogio Flight vest that I have worn once lets call it $60 shipped.

I'll get a pic of the flight vest up tomorrow, but it looks new and I still have the bladder, and it's even un-used!
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Old 02-01-2012, 06:49 PM   #7743
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D-Train's dr is a great bike for the lady. It starts and runs real smooth. I would buy it for my wife but I think she needs a red bike.
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Old 02-01-2012, 06:51 PM   #7744
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D-Train's dr is a great bike for the lady. It starts and runs real smooth. I would buy it for my wife but I think she needs a red bike.
Ha! She'll hate you the first time she has to kick that red thing more than twice
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Old 02-01-2012, 07:12 PM   #7745
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Ha! She'll hate you the first time she has to kick that red thing more than twice
I will bet sometime down the road you will regret selling that ole beast!
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Old 02-01-2012, 07:55 PM   #7746
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I will bet sometime down the road you will regret selling that ole beast!
I have a feeling you are right...as a matter of fact Sarah said to me "I can't believe you are selling the bike I rode on our honeymoon ride"...yikes
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Old 02-01-2012, 08:03 PM   #7747
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"I can't believe you are selling the bike I rode on our honeymoon ride"...yikes
You diggin a shallow grave there Mate ?
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Old 02-01-2012, 08:07 PM   #7748
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You diggin a shallow grave there Mate ?
Don't remind me
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Old 02-01-2012, 08:11 PM   #7749
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Old School full metal roofed camper




Calling works well. 303-253-1713


http://www.smugmug.com/gallery/14061...320977&k=qbbnF

Dimensions: 9 Foot in the bed - 11 feet at the top in a 3/4 ton. Probably weighs around 1800 empty.


$200 - you pickup. . I found there is a leaky valve on the water tank and there is to punctures through the sheet metal with left of the door that can easily fixed with with rivets and sheet metal. I am done dealing with craigslist douchebags who were all over my phone at 500. So there it is $200 to an ADVer (with an actual post count and history). You pickup. I could be persuaded to deliver for the right deal.

Camper or playhouse for your kids or mother in law apartment!

Jacks go with it.

Pictures of camper and refurb.

Below is the craigslist ad.

This is a full metal roofed camper I did some remodel work on after inheriting it from my father. The camper was purchased second hand back in the 70's and then parked in a barn up until 2007 where is spent two years outside in a Montana pasture. It experienced a hail storm so that accounts for the window and wall pockmarks. As detailed in the pictures, I made the camper structurely sound so it could be taken up into the mountains along jeep roads in the back of my truck.

I placed a full 4x8 sheet of sanded oak along the bottom to replace the flimsy cardboard it came with. Along the rear, I ripped out the rotting floor wood and put in 2x4's. Along the sides, I placed 2x10 treated 2x4's under the wings to better support the portable jacks.

On the inside I shored up the seating area but my real crowing achievement was the propane and electrical boxes. In short, you can now access the electrical and propane via a hinged cabinet under the seats. I also restrung heavy gauge wire for the 110 system. The light fixtures have both 12v and 110v lights. The 12v lights are upgraded LED.

Here is the bottom line, this camper is not perfect. However, it heats really well and with the solid roof-is dry in a storm. I envision a hunter using this without a bathroom, the market is limited for who will buy this camper. I know it is winter so the price is cheap-and it is negotiable. The camper is currently stored inside a large garage in Kiowa. I have paid for inside storage to keep it in good shape.
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Old 02-01-2012, 08:59 PM   #7750
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$100 plus shipping (add 3% if you want to pay with Paypal, otherwise I'll take cashiers check, cash.)

1996 Honda XR600/XR650L.
Front end/forks from 1996 XR600R/XR600/XR650L. These are cartridge forks. A great upgrade for that older Honda dirtbike for a steal of a price. It includes the triple clamps, forks with rubber gaitor boots and axle (no front wheel).

I also have the front brakes (master cylinder, lever, hoses and caliper) for sale: $40

As well as the headlight. Previous owner painted the headlight white. Missing one of the rubber fork mounts. $10

Great upgrade if you have an older bike such as: XL600/XL500/XL300/350/XL200-XR250..etc.. or some other single cylinder variation.

May fit other bikes as well.

Check out my other ads for other great motorcycle related gear and parts.
PM me. I'm not subscribed.


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Old 02-02-2012, 02:07 PM   #7751
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trade Yellow for black Wolfman Exp.saddle bags

Just throwing this out there . I have a set of yellow Wolfman Expedition saddle bags that I would like to trade for black Expedition bags . Very little wear ,some scuffs.Don't like the color.Not interested in shipping .
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Old 02-02-2012, 02:21 PM   #7752
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Maybe you donated to the Goodwell! you can write up tax. It better then selling for $200.
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Old School full metal roofed camper




Calling works well. 303-253-1713


http://www.smugmug.com/gallery/14061368_zXqbxG#!i=1035320977&k=qbbnF

Dimensions: 9 Foot in the bed - 11 feet at the top in a 3/4 ton. Probably weighs around 1800 empty.


$200 - you pickup. . I found there is a leaky valve on the water tank and there is to punctures through the sheet metal with left of the door that can easily fixed with with rivets and sheet metal. I am done dealing with craigslist douchebags who were all over my phone at 500. So there it is $200 to an ADVer (with an actual post count and history). You pickup. I could be persuaded to deliver for the right deal.

Camper or playhouse for your kids or mother in law apartment!

Jacks go with it.

Pictures of camper and refurb.

Below is the craigslist ad.

This is a full metal roofed camper I did some remodel work on after inheriting it from my father. The camper was purchased second hand back in the 70's and then parked in a barn up until 2007 where is spent two years outside in a Montana pasture. It experienced a hail storm so that accounts for the window and wall pockmarks. As detailed in the pictures, I made the camper structurely sound so it could be taken up into the mountains along jeep roads in the back of my truck.

I placed a full 4x8 sheet of sanded oak along the bottom to replace the flimsy cardboard it came with. Along the rear, I ripped out the rotting floor wood and put in 2x4's. Along the sides, I placed 2x10 treated 2x4's under the wings to better support the portable jacks.

On the inside I shored up the seating area but my real crowing achievement was the propane and electrical boxes. In short, you can now access the electrical and propane via a hinged cabinet under the seats. I also restrung heavy gauge wire for the 110 system. The light fixtures have both 12v and 110v lights. The 12v lights are upgraded LED.

Here is the bottom line, this camper is not perfect. However, it heats really well and with the solid roof-is dry in a storm. I envision a hunter using this without a bathroom, the market is limited for who will buy this camper. I know it is winter so the price is cheap-and it is negotiable. The camper is currently stored inside a large garage in Kiowa. I have paid for inside storage to keep it in good shape.
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Old 02-02-2012, 04:25 PM   #7753
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Maybe you donated to the Goodwell! you can write up tax. It better then selling for $200.
200 bucks buys more beer than a 200 tax deduction. :)
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Old 02-04-2012, 07:14 AM   #7754
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AGV Sport Tempest Waterproof/Armored Jacket

I bought this jacket brand-new from Revzilla around this time last year, so I've worn it one season. I take care of all my gear, so this 3-season, waterproof, armored jacket is in GREAT shape. I'm selling because I just upgraded my riding gear.

AGV Sport Tempest Jacket (sm) ~ $100 bucks (plus shipping, if any)

  • A 100% polyester textile jacket that is highly reinforced with high abrasion resistant ballistic nylon for optimum protection, durability and comfort
  • Constructed with a waterproof and breathable Reissa membrane
  • Removable and washable quilted liner zips in over a permanent mesh lining
  • CE approved dual-density shoulder and elbow protectors
  • 8mm thick memory foam upper and lower back padding
  • Zip open air vents are positioned on the upper chest, arms and back
  • Moisture wicking material is used in the collar and cuffs for maximum rider comfort
  • Pre curved arms for a perfect look, fit and for maximum riding comfort
  • Reflective piping is used on the arms, front and rear of the jacket for safety
  • Multiple stitched main seam construction for maximum tear resistance
  • World famous YKK zippers
  • Extra long zipper pulls are used throughout
  • Dual sleeve gather snaps are used on each arm for maximum comfort
  • Pleated textile panels are used in multiple locations for the finest non-binding fit possible
  • Waist connection zipper for pant attachment
  • Two front hand warmer pockets and five interior pockets
  • Adjustable Velcro waist tabs







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Old 02-05-2012, 04:40 PM   #7755
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Pair of BMW system cases off of a R1100RT

Pair of BMW system cases off of a 1996 R1100RT, will likely fit other models.

Good shape, no cracks or road rash, both covers have some minor scrapes.

Come with a key.

$300 OBO PM or email linny999@hotmail.com or call 970 689 1O24, located in Loveland

Can't really be arsed to ship them

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