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Old 06-24-2012, 09:55 AM   #8821
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Speed & Strength mesh jacket XXL red

Up for sale is a men's XXL "Moment of Truth" mesh jacket in great condition. This jacket is very comfortable in hot weather. The mesh allows for great ventilation. The jacket comes with a zip in rain liner that packs and stows in a bag easily. This rain liner also retains the heat for those early morning rides. The jacket comes with shoulder, back, and elbow protection, all of which are removable. There are adjustable snaps on the forearm and elbow to keep the sleeves/armor in place. The wrists have zippers and velcro tabs for adjustment. There are 2 zippered hand pockets outside and a zippered wallet pocket inside on the left. Around the waist are velcro pull tabs to adjust the fit. I love this jacket and have been quite impressed with the Speed & Strength line. I have another mesh and a regular nylon jacket from them and my wife has one as well. My chest is 52" and this jacket fits great!

$45 plus shipping for inmates. yzergod at gmail dot com. Thx



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Old 06-24-2012, 10:00 AM   #8822
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BMW 1 7/16" bar risers

Bought these bar risers off ebay for my 1999 BMW F650 Funduro/Classic. Of course, they weren't for my bike. I had a local machine shop enlarge one of the mounting holes on each riser a couple millimeters to fit on my bike. I located the longer bolts and it worked wonderfully. I decided to sell that bike, so here they are. When it was said and done with, I spent as much on these making them work as I would have if I bought new ones. My loss. $24 shipped. yzergod at gmail dot com. Thx

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Old 06-24-2012, 12:18 PM   #8823
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Front non-DOT knobbies

I have 2 non-DOT knobbies that I'm not going to use. $50 for both and the $50 will be donated to the Rist Canyon Volunteer Fire Department. 1 tube is included, I think it has slime in it.

- Bridgestone M403, 80/100-21 that is nearly new and only has about 300 miles on it, hardly worn as you can see.
- Dunlop D756F, 80/100-21 and I'm not too sure of its history but it's usable.

I can meet you in Boulder during the week or you can come to my house outside of downtown Ned. Please PM me.


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M403 on left - D756 on right
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Old 06-24-2012, 04:05 PM   #8824
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GasGas EC300

2002 GasGas EC300
New in 2007 - was bought by race team as 4th bike, setup, then never left trailer
Bike first started to see use in Nov '11.
Aftermarket heavy duty rims and spokes - installed when bike was new
Suspension set up for 180 lb rider
Ohlins forks and shock
(Ohlins fork is expensive option from factory)
Aluminum skidplate
Carbon fiber pipe guard
Scotts steering stabilizer
Hydraulic Clutch
Estimated less than 20 hours
Bike is ready to ride.
Close to like-new condition.

$2500
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Old 06-24-2012, 04:35 PM   #8825
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Originally Posted by James Adams View Post
I have one, not sure of the model but it's narrow and long and it locks. I don't anticipate using it in the near future so feel free to borrow it for as long as you need it. I'll be in Denver tomorrow afternoon/evening if you want to arrange a place to meet. It's a few years old and only used twice (by me) for moving. Picture below is from a while ago.

The generosity of the inmates in the Rockies Regional section never ceases to amaze and humble me! Ian showed up at my place to drop off the Yakima box for me to borrow. The guy doesn't know me from Adam, but was nice enough to haul it up here and let me and my wife use it. Awesome!

Thanks again, Ian!
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Old 06-24-2012, 05:17 PM   #8826
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2009 KLR 450 miles GREEN

mentioning for a friend. yes 450 miles wants 5k im sure its negotiable
he is a member of the rfs.. few scratches he is vertically challenged. nice guy contact me for contact details. bike's in (silverthorne dillon)
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Old 06-24-2012, 10:02 PM   #8827
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2006 ktm smc 625

Howdy,

Asking $5000.00

Up for sale is my 2006 KTM SMC 625. 7,188mi (maybe counting). Bike is in excellent condition. No scratches, never down. Ridden pretty easily - it was my canyon carver. I have a dirt bike and an adventure bike so each of these beasts stayed pretty much in their respective category.

This was a super fun bike and one I thought I'd keep forever. Had a very bad bicycle accident last year and I'm toning it down some with my toys. That is the only reason I'm selling. Seriously, it's a bad-ass machine.

Bought from dealer w/ like 1,500mi.

The goods:
  • Distanzias in good condition
  • JD jetting + acc pump cover
  • Always used expensive dealer Motorx
  • Valves adjusted routinely
  • hardparts racing air screen
  • never a problem - runs great
  • mods incl exhaust cans + other delimiting improvements

In the works (meaning I'll handle it before you buy):
  • could use a new battery
  • chain and rear sprocket time

Extras:
  • every KTM manual the world has ever seen on CD
  • motorx oil
  • f sprocket(s)
  • lots of various parts (o-ring, crush washers, gaskets,etc)
  • any orig parts

Ready to rock! Ask questions or request addl pictures.. whatever you need...





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Old 06-24-2012, 10:52 PM   #8828
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FieldSheer Adventure Jacket XL Black

Asking $120 + shipping. Used twice. Good jacket. Too big for me these days. Perfect condition.



Shell/Liner:
Super abrasion resistant 1000 Denier Teflon™ coated Maxtena™ outer shell
Anatomically fitted for the riding position
Removable Thermo Pilot Jacket liner which can be worn as a jacket separately
FieldSheer Rainguard® 100% waterproof/breathable membrane
Removable Hydro Block™ collar extender, which deflects the rain between your helmet and jacket
4 step unique adjustable sleeve volume control, in upper and lower sleeves, keeps the armor snug for small and large arms with or without the liner zipped in place
Velcro® adjustable waist and hip straps to keep the jacket snug
Gusseted Velcro® adjustable wrist cuff
FieldSheer storm flap system on main zipper
8" waist zip connector and universal snap belt connector (attaches to pants)
Safety:
Removable CE Approved armor in the shoulders, elbows and back
SP Memory Foam™ in high impact areas
Reflective Phoslite® incorporated in extra panels in front and back for high visibility, including a fold down panel by the rear exhaust vent
Ventilation:
RAM AIR® direct ventilation system, zero membrane ventilation interference
4 front intake vents allow fresh air in
1 large rear exhaust vent to allow hot stale air out
Pockets:
2 zippered front hand warmers
3 Velcro® upper chest
2 Velcro® and zipped cargo
1 zipped map
1 inside Velcro®
1 mobile phone
1 rear pocket
Certifications/Warranty:
CE Approved armor
1 year limited manufacturer's warranty
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Old 06-26-2012, 07:41 AM   #8829
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Old 06-26-2012, 08:55 AM   #8830
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More ROTOPAX gear FS

Fellas,

Thanks for all the interest in the last batch of Rotopax gear I got direct from the factory (fuel tanks are factory seconds, the rest of the gear are firsts, new). I sold a few sets to people in the RM Flea Market and hopefully you guys were impressed with the speed of dispatch.

I get these items in small batches (10-15 tanks at a time) and they seem to sell out fast.

I just got another lot last night so I'm ready to resume shipping.

PM me or hit me direct at davismfg at gmail if you're interested.

$30 for the fuel tanks (MSRP is $50)
$25 for the mounts (MSPR $25--I don't get any breaks on hardware).
$25 for the water tanks (MSPR $30). I still have ONE Black one. You can't get these on the rotopax site.

Shipping for one set (Priority) is $12

I'm leaving for Lake Powell next week so this is the last batch I'll be shipping for ~3+ weeks.

I WILL ship to Canada, but it costs extra because (duh) it's a different country, AND it's a total pain in the ass, but I'll do it.

Shipping for one set (fuel and mount) is $24 Parcel Post or $34 Priority.

I can take paypal--gift is preferred but if you're uncomfortable with that, regular payments are fine, too. Cost of doing business, really, but if you want to hook me up w a gift, all the better.




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Old 06-26-2012, 09:03 AM   #8831
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[QUOTE=RetrogradE;18996173]Fellas,

Thanks for all the interest in the last batch of Rotopax gear I got direct from the factory (fuel tanks are factory seconds, the rest of the gear are firsts, new). I sold a few sets to people in the RM Flea Market and hopefully you guys were impressed with the speed of dispatch.

I get these items in small batches (10-15 tanks at a time) and they seem to sell out fast.

I just got another lot last night so I'm ready to resume shipping.

PM me or hit me direct at davismfg at gmail if you're interested.

I'm leaving for Lake Powell next week so this is the last batch I'll be shipping for ~3+ weeks.

I WILL ship to Canada, but it costs extra because (duh) it's a different country, AND it's a total pain in the ass, but I'll do it.

Shipping for one set (fuel and mount) is $24 Parcel Post or $34 Priority.

I can take paypal--gift is preferred but if you're uncomfortable with that, regular payments are fine, too. Cost of doing business, really, but if you want to hook me up w a gift, all the better.




Steven[/QUOTE


You mention the cost of shipping, but you don't mention the cost of the actual tanks. A FM requirement. And also, shouldn't this be in vendors??/


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Old 06-26-2012, 09:54 AM   #8832
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Sorry, fellas.

I forgot. I have these listed in other areas of ADV (w prices) but you're right. . . not in RM FM.

$30 for the fuel tanks (MSRP is $50)
$25 for the mounts.
$25 for the water tanks

Shipping for one set (Priority) is $12 for the lower 48.

I have 755 feedback via eBay @ 100% and my paypal address is confirmed. I've been a member of ADV for years, so this isn't spam

Sorry for the mistake. Drinks on me next time.

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Old 06-26-2012, 01:44 PM   #8833
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1 gallon tanks?
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Old 06-26-2012, 07:11 PM   #8834
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Old 06-26-2012, 08:22 PM   #8835
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Jay, doesn't Kels want a 990?
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