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Old 09-10-2012, 11:28 AM   #9421
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06 Triumph Speed Triple Albuquerque $5k

">"> Around 20,000 miles, Arrow pipes, new Michelin Pilots, LSL, Renthal, Pazzo, Mobil 1 full syn every 3k, maintained by factory trained mechanic. Amazing machine, just riding my WR250R a lot more. Won't be sad if it doesn't get any bites, so price is firm. If you've never ridden one, it is one of the great powerplants, for the sound alone! No test ride without cash in hand, and cash only for sale. Clear NM title currently lives at credit union. Still owe a bit.

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Old 09-10-2012, 11:36 AM   #9422
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Tool sale!

Got some tools I haven't used in a long time, and wont be needing. I bought these a while back for a basement remodel project and haven't used them much at all since.

SOLD First a Dewalt 4 tool set. 18V, includes the DW997 hammer drill, DW938 reciprocating saw (excellent for trimming trees), DW936 trim saw, and DW919 light. Includes the charger but no batteries, tools are all in great shape and work as they should. Includes some spare blades for both saws. $100




Sold Next up is a Dewalt DW911 radio, in excellent condition. AM/FM plus an aux input. Also functions as a charger. Spent most of its life on a shelf in the
basement. $50.00




Last up is a Remington 496 nail gun. This uses a 27 caliber round to drive nails through pretty much whatever you want to drive them through. Kicks like the handgun it is. I used it to set footers in the basement and its sat since. Excellent condition, works great and comes with some spare ammo plus the cleaning kit and documentation. $50.00

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Old 09-10-2012, 12:47 PM   #9423
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'02 KTM 400 EXC Street Legal & Plated

I have had it for a little over a year and have ridden it a total of 36 hours according to the hour meter I installed when I got it. It has performed flawlessly and been on everything from highways to single-track. I have a clear New Mexico title in my name. Plastics are in decent shape, a few scratches but nothing major. I have the owner's and spare parts manuals.

I have done all routine maintenance at or beyond factory recommendations:
Oil changes at least every 12 hours
Oil filter changes at least every 24 hours (I have 5 sets of new oil filters for future oil changes)
Air filter cleaned after every ride (I have 2 air filters)
Brake line fluids replaced and bled
Clutch line fluids replaced and bled
Replaced coolant with Engine Ice Coolant
Checked and adjusted valves (only 1 needed a small adjustment)
New spark plug

Other things I have done or it has (extras):
Replaced water pump seal
New oil screens and o-rings
Replaced rear tire (still 60%)
Installed new front and rear sprockets
New o-ring chain
Repacked silencer (muffler)
PRD oil screen drain plugs (no more stripping of the OEM hex head plugs)
New front and rear tubes
3.1 gallon Clarke gas tank (large capacity)
Exhaust heat shield (for right boot)
Odometer
Bark guards with Moose deflectors
Skid plate
Radiator guards
Enduro-Engineering seat (also have stock seat)
Trail Tech kick stand (also have stock kick stand)
Hour meter
Rear fender bag





It is in Rio Rancho, NM.

$2500 email pow_rider17@yahoo.com or call or txt 5053049501
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Old 09-10-2012, 01:48 PM   #9424
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If I wasn't on the far east side of Texas, that 400 would be sold. Very nice bike!
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Old 09-10-2012, 02:09 PM   #9425
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If I wasn't on the far east side of Texas, that 400 would be sold. Very nice bike!
Isn't NM to the West of Texas?
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Old 09-10-2012, 02:13 PM   #9426
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3- Trekker 33L cases
http://www.giviusa.com/Side-hardbags...Lateral/TRK33N
http://www.motorcycle-superstore.com...WT.MC_ID=10010
3 -Linners
http://www.revzilla.com/motorcycle/g...-internal-bags
1 - top passenger pad for top box (unmounted)
http://www.sierrabmwonline.com/produ...18-e133-p-2698

System was used for 1 weekend tour. Perfect condition. All keyed the same.
Adds up to aprox $1150 (plus shipping) if new.
$900 - local sale only

i'll break up and sell top case, pad & linner
and 2 sides and liner.


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Old 09-10-2012, 03:05 PM   #9427
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4 tool set

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Quote:
Originally Posted by Alti Tude View Post
Got some tools I haven't used in a long time, and wont be needing. I bought these a while back for a basement remodel project and haven't used them much at all since.

First a Dewalt 4 tool set. 18V, includes the DW997 hammer drill, DW938 reciprocating saw (excellent for trimming trees), DW936 trim saw, and DW919 light. Includes the charger but no batteries, tools are all in great shape and work as they should. Includes some spare blades for both saws. $100




Next up is a Dewalt DW911 radio, in excellent condition. AM/FM plus an aux input. Also functions as a charger. Spent most of its life on a shelf in the
basement. $50.00




Last up is a Remington 496 nail gun. This uses a 27 caliber round to drive nails through pretty much whatever you want to drive them through. Kicks like the handgun it is. I used it to set footers in the basement and its sat since. Excellent condition, works great and comes with some spare ammo plus the cleaning kit and documentation. $50.00

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Old 09-10-2012, 09:27 PM   #9428
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1996 KLX 650R for sale

1996 Kawasaki KLX 650R for sale
$1300 FIRM
This has been a good bike, but it is just not getting used anymore, could use a new home, someone to love on it again.
The good-motor was rebuilt about 500 miles ago (approximate, speedo broke, but does have a new Vapor in box, uninstalled). OEM piston, but cylinder was resleeved by LA Sleeve to a boreable sleeve, not Nikasil lined, so if you want to go for a bigger piston, you can do so easily. An APE manual cam chain adjuster was added at that time, as well as new timing chains. Valves were adjusted recently. Bars are renthals, CR high bend i believe, much narrower and straighter than stock. New CDI, coil and voltage regulator last summer. Pro Circuit T4 exhaust. 13 tooth up front. Seat was recovered and an inch of foam added, so it is pretty comfy. Rear rim has heavy duty spokes. New tires. Fork seals were done last summer and it hasn't been riden since then. Titled and was last plated in 2010. I did notice the title lists the model as KLR, but the VIN matches. Maybe that is why it passes through the system easily? I do have an extra rear wheel and stock exhaust to go with it.

The bad-missing a few body bolts (front lower radiator shrouds, one bolt on right rear panel is broken off and needs to be tapped). Needs a new brake light switch and a headlight bulb. Front brake feels soft, probably just needs bled. The tank mount tab on the frame needs to be rewelded. I currently has a bungy, the seat bolt and body bolts holding it on, been like this since i got it, so not a major deal. Carb just got adjusted, had been leaking a bit, float adjusted, all good now. Rims have some dings, but it still rolls fine. It plays in rocks, wasn't too worried about perfect rims. Chain should probably be replaced soon. As you can see, a lot of this is easy stuff, just needs a new home and some shop time.

I think that covers it. I wantto be honest, probably to a fault, about condition so expectations are met, but whoever buys it will get a good bike that can run with an XR650R off road just fine. I have done a lot of singletracking with it, around the San Juans and Moab and it gets it done. The low gearing makes it a tractor! PM me with any questions. I can drive a little to help with the sale, but that would need to be at a convenient time. I live in Telluride, so good reason to come down here anyway, it's beautiful this time of year!



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Old 09-11-2012, 09:40 AM   #9429
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DDM 35W Hi/Low H4 HID kit

5000K color (white). Harness was already modified to fit on a motorcycle, it will plug and play on a DR650 for sure, you may need to extend or shorten the battery leads based on how your bike is set up.

This is for an H4 bulb socket.

$25 picked up

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Old 09-11-2012, 01:06 PM   #9430
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I have had it for a little over a year and have ridden it a total of 36 hours according to the hour meter I installed when I got it. It has performed flawlessly and been on everything from highways to single-track. I have a clear New Mexico title in my name. Plastics are in decent shape, a few scratches but nothing major. I have the owner's and spare parts manuals.

I have done all routine maintenance at or beyond factory recommendations:
Oil changes at least every 12 hours
Oil filter changes at least every 24 hours (I have 5 sets of new oil filters for future oil changes)
Air filter cleaned after every ride (I have 2 air filters)
Brake line fluids replaced and bled
Clutch line fluids replaced and bled
Replaced coolant with Engine Ice Coolant
Checked and adjusted valves (only 1 needed a small adjustment)
New spark plug

Other things I have done or it has (extras):
Replaced water pump seal
New oil screens and o-rings
Replaced rear tire (still 60%)
Installed new front and rear sprockets
New o-ring chain
Repacked silencer (muffler)
PRD oil screen drain plugs (no more stripping of the OEM hex head plugs)
New front and rear tubes
3.1 gallon Clarke gas tank (large capacity)
Exhaust heat shield (for right boot)
Odometer
Bark guards with Moose deflectors
Skid plate
Radiator guards
Enduro-Engineering seat (also have stock seat)
Trail Tech kick stand (also have stock kick stand)
Hour meter
Rear fender bag





It is in Rio Rancho, NM.

$2500 email pow_rider17@yahoo.com or call or txt 5053049501

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If I wasn't on the far east side of Texas, that 400 would be sold. Very nice bike!

For the asking price I will drive it as far as Amarillo or Lubbock........

Or any other direction in a 300 mile radius--Larry
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Old 09-11-2012, 08:08 PM   #9431
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IMS shifter for DR650

Anyone have one laying around and don't need it anymore?

Thanks,
Chris
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Old 09-12-2012, 08:19 AM   #9432
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Hey so i am aware this isnt really the place but wanted to offer to you local FF's, i am parting out a 2001 yz125 on ebay, everything starts at a dollar, and there are some money parts in there, (CF guards, Procircuit pipe and Trailtech kickstand). Let me know if you are one of the bidders and we can work out a deal, package deal etc...


http://www.ebay.com/sch/chronicsinne...ESELX:IT&rt=nc

Thanks dudes!
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Old 09-12-2012, 09:47 AM   #9433
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2000 xr100

2000 Honda XR100

Dependable and mechanically excellent trail bike. Starts, runs, and shifts easily. Wife simply outgrew it. Can remove pink stickers if you'd like.

Includes:
CRF100 number plate
CRF150R front fender
White Acerbis hand guards
long shift lever for use with mx boots
standard xr100 shift lever
Extra red Acerbis hand guards
Extra red Honda XR100 gas tank
Current (through March 2013) Colorado OHV sticker
Front tire is nearly new with only one ride on it.
Rear tire has 80% tread

Oil checked and changed regularly.

$950 OBO






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Old 09-12-2012, 10:28 AM   #9434
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Pirelli MT43 front trial tire. In great shape. $25
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Old 09-12-2012, 10:37 AM   #9435
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Mountain Smith travel pack











Mountain smith makes some great bags

pack can be used as duffel type bag or full back pack. About 65 liters in size, in great shape, built really sturdy.

MountainSmith Ramble. $50
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