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Old 06-18-2012, 04:21 PM   #8791
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Yes and it was Brecktrek of all thinks. 717 I think.
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You took a KLR on a trail? Wow.
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Old 06-18-2012, 05:10 PM   #8792
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stuff for sale

Hey everyone, I still have one of these wheel chocks for sale.. They let you clamp your bike down by the front wheel and you don't need to use tie downs. I used to have an enclosed trailer which I used them in but I don't want to put them in my pick up.

$40


I also got this sportworks bike rack that needs a new home (don't need since I have a pick up) The only bad thing about it is I cracked off a bit of the plastic wheel scoop in the lower right. It doesn't really affect it at all. It's pretty much the thule t2 bike rack that is currently made (everything bolts up to it). I have the hitch lock for it too. I have it on CL for 300 but ADV price is lower, just PM me.



Lastly I'm also going to sell my plated KTM 250 EXC 4 stroke bored to a 351 by HT racing from when I used to live in California. I always ride the yz and this thing never gets used unless I romp around the neighborhood and hit the unbuilt plots around the house. It doesn't have any street legal stuff but I do have the street M/C title in hand.



I just put new fork/oil seals, did the valves, c/s seal, chain, sprockets, water pump seal, F/R wheel bearings to fix it up for my dad but he ended up not wanting to go with it. I also just put the quick disconnect plug on the battery so you can plug it in to trickle charge very easily (helps if you're lazy!). It comes with the scotts damper mount (no damper, sorry!). Has cycra center reach hand guards, and a nice ktm carbon fiber skid plate.


The bad is that the left side radiator is a little bent, the header pipe has some scratches and a light dent that doesnt seem to affect performance too badly. I pilfered the little connector for the front headlight so I need to make some 1/4" quick disconnects to hook it back up. When I was doing the fork seals I broke the computer's magnetic pick up sensor :(.

The bike has about 130 hours on it per the computer. It comes with an extra sprocket, 3 sets of extra oil filters (I ran rotella t6 synthetic 5w40) an extra twin air filter. I'd like to get 3700 but I'm open to offers.

Thanks for looking!

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Old 06-18-2012, 05:41 PM   #8793
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CalSci windshield for 1150GS

Here's a link to my post in the general flea market:

http://www.advrider.com/forums/showt...ghlight=calsci
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Old 06-18-2012, 06:05 PM   #8794
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[QUOTE=dannyc1225;18940463]Hey everyone, I still have one of these wheel chocks for sale.. They let you clamp your bike down by the front wheel and you don't need to use tie downs. I used to have an enclosed trailer which I used them in but I don't want to put them in my pick up.

$40

I'll take the wheel chock if you'll ship to NM
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Old 06-18-2012, 07:46 PM   #8795
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Well, my thumper took a nap this weekend on a steep gravely hill and the left side assembly that houses the choke switch, light, and mirror snapped off at the choke/mirror point, so I am look for that who apparatus. Ideas, anyone have one for a 2000 or are the reasonable aftermarket options?
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Take a look at this switch. It needs to be used with a mirror/choke relocator bracket (which is a good idea anyway)
http://www.dualsportplus.ca/klr650/b...ht_switch.html

the part number I used to search: 27010-1016-AS

The link above is a Canadian outfit but should be able to be found in the US
I have this switch on my KLX, modified to fit. It's plug n play on a KLR
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Old 06-18-2012, 08:41 PM   #8796
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anybody want my 144 dirt cheap? i just through it back together, ran it for a little and the oil got discolored, it may be coolant leaking in, water that got in there or just left over from last time the water pump blew... needs a new rear tire and the clutch cable adjusted... i don't ride anymore so there's no point in keeping it or working on it anymore... i have over $3000 in it
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eric gorr 144 bore and port with less then 10 hours on it
2002 rear suspension and much much more.
always ran redline premix up until today when i put arctic cat premix in it
weight is about the same as a fancy new yz125 with an aluminum frame




price for inmates is $1000 firm
$200+ worth of spare parts included
trades accepted
looking specifically for a ttr50 with MSO/MCO plus cash or i will be willing to through in cash towards a concours

i'm in montrose
$800 this week or it's getting parted out
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Old 06-18-2012, 08:50 PM   #8797
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Honda Rebel Windshield @ Saddle Bags

Used set of Honda Rebel 250 Saddle Bags and Windshield. Bags are synthetic and the stand-off racks are NOT included. Windshield is bar mounted. $100 for the bags and windshield. Bike isn't for sale

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Old 06-19-2012, 06:56 AM   #8798
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Gaerne GX-1 Boots Brand New

Brand new. Bad arse.

Size US 10/Euro 44.5. They run a little big in my opinion. I wear a 10 or 10.5 shoe regularly, but wear a 9 in these.

$170 shipped or I can meet you somewhere locally.






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Old 06-20-2012, 01:03 AM   #8799
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Looking for a KTM tank bag for an LC8 adventure apparently they're discontinued. P/N 60012019100

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Old 06-20-2012, 02:59 PM   #8800
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cannondale DH bike

Thought I would post this up here as well:

2007 Cannondale Judge DH Team Replica

It's got all the best stuff on it for the time. I have it on CL for 1800, http://denver.craigslist.org/bik/2989569793.html , I bought it for a lot more than that but I'm open to offers because I dont have any plans for it (as I haven't for the past 3 years). Here is some copied text from the CL ad:

The last time I rode this bike was in the summer of 2009. It's the 2007 cannondale judge with the large frame. It has all the best sram stuff from 2007:

The bike is in excellent condition and is definitely not clapped out. There are normal scratches from low speed get offs. I weighed about 170 back then and rode it very lightly. It has heavy duty tubes in it and weights approximately 43 pounds currently. I know you can these down to sub 40 pounds with XC tubes and single ply tires.

-Rock shox boxxer WC (No stanchion scratches etc.. I changed the fluid also)
-Fox DHX 5.0 (Changed fluid and charged with nitrogen)
-Sun Ringle hubs Front and rear
-Sram X.0 shifter and shorty derailleur
-Avid code brakes with 8" rotors
-Sunline bars (I forgot the model)
-Fizik Freek seat
-E13 chain guide
-Floating rear brake
-Mavic 729
-Sram 11-22 cassette
-Truvativ holzfeller crank
-Truvativ howitzer bottom bracket
-FSA 1.5 - 1.125 reduce headset
-350 lb and 500 lb rear spring
-Avid brake bleeding kit
-Avid 7" (185mm) rotor
-2 sets of replacement rear suspension bushings with a bushing press I machined (Just replaced the rear bushings also)
-3 Maxxis tires: 1 Super tacky single ply high rolly, 1 double ply higher roller, 1 double ply minion DHF (all 2.5")
-All original manuals

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Old 06-21-2012, 10:35 AM   #8801
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There's one in the main flea market. http://advrider.com/forums/showthread.php?t=801829

I have one as well that I could probably be talked into selling if this one doesn't pan out.


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Old 06-21-2012, 01:45 PM   #8802
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Looking for a KTM tank bag for an LC8 adventure apparently they're discontinued. P/N 60012019100

I would part with mine (9/10 condition, have rain cover) in trade for a Wolfman Rainier in similar condition. I'm tired of taking crap for having a KTM bag on a BMW.
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Old 06-21-2012, 01:48 PM   #8803
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FWIW, I've had both the KTM bag and the Wolfman Rainer on my KTM 950 Adv. MUCH prefer the Wolfman Rainer. I seems to fit the bike better and holds more stuff for seemingly the same size bag.
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Old 06-21-2012, 02:20 PM   #8804
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Old 06-21-2012, 02:45 PM   #8805
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Want the 70cc. I'm in Vail. PM sent.
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