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Old 08-31-2012, 06:39 PM   #9346
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Ah, I am picking up what you are laying down here! Thanks guys






I am in need of some XR650R ignition parts aswell. I need a CDI, stator and coil if anyone has anything laying around
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Old 08-31-2012, 06:52 PM   #9347
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1992 DR650 parts needed

Anyone have spare parts for the '92 650?

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Old 08-31-2012, 06:53 PM   #9348
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Looking for a oversize xr650r tank. Not really picky if the price is right.

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Old 08-31-2012, 11:15 PM   #9349
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Need 82-83 Xt550 Parts

I have an 83 Yamaha Xt550 that I need parts for. I need a swingarm most desperately. I would like a front end, or 38mm forks, with a disk brake. If it turns out that my frame cannot be straightened, I'll need a titled frame. I also need an ignition switch with a key. I could use new foot pegs, an engine guard, and a clutch perch/lever with choke lever too. And, neither do I have any decent riding gear. I am quite willing to pay $ for any and all of these things but, depending on the day, willing and able may or may not be able to cooperate with each other, in which case bartering of goods and services might work. At any rate, let me know what you've got & how much you want & maybe we can work something out.
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Old 09-01-2012, 10:43 AM   #9350
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Ah, I am picking up what you are laying down here! Thanks guys






I am in need of some XR650R ignition parts aswell. I need a CDI, stator and coil if anyone has anything laying around
You could also pick up a metal threaded nipple and an ace.
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Old 09-01-2012, 01:05 PM   #9351
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Para bicicletas y DRZ's

DRZ specific items for sale:
Sold- Clarke Tank for S model 3.9 gallon in blue (might have a petcock for it) $150
- Stock tank with locking cap and stock petcock $50
- HDB Top Clamp Accessory plate for 7/8" (has four switch holes) $20
- Stock Speedometer setup which includes everything from the display to the wheel spacer $250
- Dirtbagz Rack for their panniers (rack only) $50

Non DRZ items:
- Doggie back pack converted for moto use $15

Para bicicleta...
- Fixed gear wheelset. Rear wheel has flip flop hub, fixed and a freewheel $100
- Carbon fiber bottle cages (2) $45
- Candy Pedals in yellow $20
- Four ring crankset $100
- Phil Wood serviceable bottom bracket Wide (like tandem wide) $150

Lemond Poprad with Disc Brakes $1000
- OX Platinum Steel - highest quality steel tubing http://www.henryjames.com/oxplat.html
- 57cm frame size
- Ultegra Triple Crank with Ultegra derailleurs, chain, and cassette
- Carbon Fiber fork and Seat post
- Specialized Armadillo Burrough CX tires, not a single flat over thousands of miles
- Cross top brakes which are nice for racing, commuting, or just casual, comfortable, riding

I honestly fell in love with this bike at first sight and even deeper after the first ride. I bought it from University Bicycles a few years ago and have put quite a few miles on it. The steel frame provides an enjoyably smooth ride whether commuting, racing cross, or riding randonneur distances. Being that it is a cross frame, there is room for fenders if desired.
The disc brakes are exceptional, though arguably unnecessary. They certainly clean up the looks of the frame, providing clean angles around the wheels, while also providing more than adequate stopping power whether it is raining or not.
Currently the brakes are swapped, meaning right hand is front brake, which is how I like my bicycles. This makes it easier to signal and also when you go to pull the clutch in, you won't lock up the front wheel. I can swap the brakes to be normal if you like.
Lemond bicycles were produced by Trek until Trek got fed up with Greg's antics in regards to Lance Armstrong. Read more about that here. http://badlawyernyc.blogspot.com/201...ycle-suit.html
This bike gets a lot of compliments and rides like a dream. I have always stored this bike inside and taken care of it with the intention of passing it along to future kin, but it hasn't moved in over a year and school eats up all of my time so.... I'll post up some pics soon.

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Old 09-02-2012, 06:44 AM   #9352
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WTB Rear Wheel Hub WR450

I have an 09 WR450 with a busted rear wheel hub, anyone have a spare they'd sell?

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Old 09-02-2012, 12:54 PM   #9353
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Xenon Factory HID 4100K High and Low conversion - $250 Was on my R11S and kept meaning to use it elsewhere but it's just been sitting. Will melt most plastic housings.......

Speed Bleeder - S1010 pair - fits many bmws and other stuff. - $ four pack of good ginger ale
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Old 09-02-2012, 01:38 PM   #9354
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Old 09-02-2012, 03:21 PM   #9355
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Generator Mcculloch 6.5 HP 2940 Watt

Runs great everything works. $250

2 110 receptacles.

I used it a bit with my RV, it works great, but it's not one of the quietest generators.





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Old 09-02-2012, 04:00 PM   #9356
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Garmin Street Pilot III GPS

Works great, I have about 5 GPSs and don't need this one... $75





From Garmin's website...

The simple, intuitive menus of the StreetPilot III offer access to the shortest and fastest routes, directions, and estimated arrival time of your intended destination. Automated voice prompts alert you to upcoming turns, course deviation, and distance to final destination. At the touch of a button, view the locations of all the nearest highway exits, gas stations, restaurants, ATMs, hospitals, and rest areas on a full-color LCD.

The StreetPilot III comes with MapSource® City Navigator CD-ROM and everything you need to download street-level mapsets from your PC. Then, just place the portable system on the dash of any vehicle, and enjoy stress-free driving and peace of mind—without any costly service charges or hook-up fees.
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Old 09-02-2012, 04:01 PM   #9357
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Trail Tech Lynx with remote, power feed needs wire - $30
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Old 09-02-2012, 06:08 PM   #9358
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Xenon Factory HID 4100K High and Low conversion - $250 Was on my R11S and kept meaning to use it elsewhere but it's just been sitting. Will melt most plastic housings.......

Speed Bleeder - S1010 pair - fits many bmws and other stuff. - $ four pack of good ginger ale

Older KTM front wheel with 17mm axle, DID rim has a ding. Figure it's mostly worth the hub.....$50?
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Old 09-03-2012, 11:34 AM   #9359
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XR4 Tank

Still needing a Clarke 3.8 tank, any color. Thanks.
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Old 09-03-2012, 12:21 PM   #9360
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I'm looking for 2-8 Canada goose floating decoys.

I've been scouring the craigslists for months with no luck on anything I can get to in my time frame and in my price range. Any leads would be appreciated.
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