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Old 11-09-2012, 09:10 AM   #9841
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Old 11-09-2012, 06:59 PM   #9842
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That is a good looking bike.
I second that. Sweet 400, amigo.

I've got a '74 CB350F that I was considering parting with...but after seeing yours, I may go that route instead! That thing is well done, for sure.
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Old 11-09-2012, 07:37 PM   #9843
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Cables...and stuff

All of these cables are brand new, still in the packaging and I am asking $10 each:

1 Motion Pro XR600R Pull cable
1 Motion Pro XR600R Clutch Cable
1 Motion Pro YZ250 Throttle cable
1 Tusk YZ250 Clutch cable

Also, I am getting ready to sell some mountain bike parts. I haven't had time to take pictures but I will in the next week or so..Some of the stuff I'm trying to sell includes:

  • 2007 (I think) Medium Santa Cruz Chameleon Frame (red), does not have the eccentric bb, has horizontal dropouts. Great shape.
  • Fox Float RL 100 Forx
  • Bontrager cranks
  • A couple of sealed FSA headsets
  • Shimano disk brake system (levers, master cylinders, calipers, pads, etc...)
  • Possibly a 26" Mavic wheelset with shimano XT hubs...
I'll put up a real listing in about a week.
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Old 11-10-2012, 06:38 AM   #9844
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Bates hard bags and fairing

Need these gone/need the project $$$ -

How about $150 for the whole set? Come & get 'em. I'm going to put up on the FM section as well to see if someone there might be looking, but rather go locally to save dealing with the shipping scene.

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Old 11-10-2012, 06:56 AM   #9845
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Also, I am getting ready to sell some mountain bike parts. I haven't had time to take pictures but I will in the next week or so..Some of the stuff I'm trying to sell includes:

  • 2007 (I think) Medium Santa Cruz Chameleon Frame (red), does not have the eccentric bb, has horizontal dropouts. Great shape.
  • Fox Float RL 100 Forx
  • Bontrager cranks
  • A couple of sealed FSA headsets
  • Shimano disk brake system (levers, master cylinders, calipers, pads, etc...)
  • Possibly a 26" Mavic wheelset with shimano XT hubs...
I'll put up a real listing in about a week.
What series are the shimano brakes? XT, XTR, less than?
What axles on the wheel set? Are the discs/cassette still on them?

Thanks
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Old 11-10-2012, 07:47 AM   #9846
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What series are the shimano brakes? XT, XTR, less than?
What axles on the wheel set? Are the discs/cassette still on them?

Thanks
I'll have to check what series the brakes are. I'll let you know later today.

The wheelset is complete, cassette, axles, disc brakes, etc...


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Old 11-10-2012, 07:58 AM   #9847
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I acquired an extra Yakima ski rack somewhere along the way. I think a guy gave it to me when I bought some other rack parts. I am such a bad ass that all my skis are too wide to fit in it. Not sure of the lock situation. Id take $20 buck or promise to use it to take kids skiing and it is yours.

looks like this only with more spiderwebs on them. I live in Littleton and I work in Castle Rock.
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Old 11-10-2012, 08:43 AM   #9848
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More MT Bike parts.

I have a 2012 Sram Reverb.
These things are awesome. I have one on my bike. This one came off Region Riley's. Just a cm too tall for her.
Just a button push and you drop your seat.
100MM travel x 31.6mm diameter. Will fit perfect on small or medium frames.
Works perfect, needs noting. Just bolt on and roll.
They are kind of like AC in a car. Not totally necessary, but once you have one for a while, you will never own a mt bike without it.

Retails for $370.
Asking $170

Weight100mm: 520g, 125mm: 535g, *Weight based on 355mm length, 30.9mm diameter, MMX remote with shifter hardware and 1300mm hose
Length100mm: 355mm, 380mm, 420mm, 125mm: 380mm, 420mm
ColorsBlack, Silver
MaterialShaft: 3D Forged 7050 Alloy, Head: 7050 Forged Alloy
OtherZero Offset, Reverb Remote Actuation: Adjustable return speed at the handlebar
Available inTravel: 125mm and 100mm, Diameters: 30.9mm and 31.6mm

MSRP (in USD): $370
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Old 11-10-2012, 08:21 PM   #9849
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Putting out a feeler, looks like I'll be moving west in the next 8 months and I need something to haul the Ural behind the motovan. I don't think a 3 rail would work unless it was perfectly spaced (I believe it's just shy of 48" between the outsides of the hack and pusher tires), so flat would be best. Looking for something fairly cheap but worthy of the 800 mile drive. PM me if you've got something, thanks.
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Old 11-11-2012, 06:40 AM   #9850
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Avon Gripmaster AM24 rear tire off a KLR 650 dual sport. Great shape, >80% tread left.

The size is 130/80-17, load range B, tubeless or tubed. Pulled off to do more aggressive riding last year.

Trade for footpegs for a KLR 650 (Moose Pro or similar).

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Old 11-11-2012, 06:43 AM   #9851
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I have some dr650 pegs if you're interested. Just the foot pegs, not the brackets. Supposedly they are a popular mod with KLR folks.

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Avon Gripmaster AM24 rear tire off a KLR 650 dual sport. Great shape, >80% tread left.

The size is 130/80-17, load range B, tubeless or tubed. Pulled off to do more aggressive riding last year.

Trade for footpegs for a KLR 650 (Moose Pro or similar).

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Old 11-11-2012, 10:01 AM   #9852
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1993 Jayco Motorhome

Don't know if anyone is interested in a project or not, but my dad passed last year and left me his 1993 Jayco Motorhome. It is 28' and has a 460 gas engine that runs good but has an exhaust leak. The project part is the roof had a leak and he started to repair it before the cancer kicked in and it never got finished. All the parts are bought, you just have to finish it. He was going to do a new roof cover (it is a rubber type and in a big roll). Tires and everything are very good.

This thing has an Onan generator, and is set up pretty good and will come with lots of extras. It will be a big project for someone and it is not for the light harted. It will be half price of one in good shape. $3500. Title is clear and in my name. PM me if you are interested.
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Old 11-12-2012, 01:57 PM   #9853
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Old 11-12-2012, 07:46 PM   #9854
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Marmot Precip jacket, new with tags, size L

*** SOLD ***

Brand new Marmot Precip, size L

Buckskin color. waterproof, windproof, and breathable. Great product.

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Old 11-12-2012, 08:54 PM   #9855
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Cross-posted from the FM.

2005.5 KTM 950 Adventure
36,272 miles (still riding it occasionally in the winter)
$9,100 or will trade for a 2012+ 690 Enduro.
Located in the metro Denver area
Clear Title

I'm sad to sell it , but I want something lighter for the steep loose trails out in Colorado and can't afford two bikes with school on the horizon.

PM me with any questions!



Farkles
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-Akrapovic Exhausts w/CJ designs spark arrestors
-CJ Designs Rear Rack w/rotopax mount
-CJ Designs Foot Peg Extenders (long)
-CJ Designs crank cover/crank locking bolt/toolkit adapter
-BDCW Side Stand Relocator
-SuperPlush tuned suspension raised to the 2005.5 'S' spec setup for a 230 lbs rider
-KTM Low seat
-Emig racing 20 Offset billet triple clamps and steering dampener
-Doubletake Mirrors
-Acerbis hand guards
-CJ Designs clutch cooler/reserviour
-Tall touring windscreen
-Cut down stock windscreen
-Touratech GPS mount base plate
-Orange 690 high fender
-Hepco & Becker KTM racks and Ghobi hard cases (missing the rubber corner flaps)
-Powerlet Socket in the glovebox
-Heated grips
-Euro Headlight
-Tripmaster roadbook/dash switch
-SAE power plug to the bar area for a powered tank bag
-Uni Pre-filter and Head2Wind jetting kit for 6000' plus extra jets to return to stock or to adjust to sea level or higher altitude.
-Touratech skid plate
-KTM OEM Crash Bars
-Desmogged/De-SAS'ed
-Woody's Superlaced 21x1.85 black excel 7000 rim with oversized spokes, an orange RAD dual-disc billet hub with Galfer Wave rotors
-Kevlar tank guards
-Head2Wind 2nd radiator fan kit
-.5mm Clutch oil jet (stock also available
-KTM wide side-stand foot
-Right side mirror relocation mount
-Crashbar Stud Upgrade
-Touratech Rear Master Cylinder Guard
-Wolfman Ranier Tank Bag with Powerlet kit for charging devices. Includes rain cover. 17 Liters, 20 expanded.
-Powelet socket in glove box.
-KTM Hard Parts Radiator Grill/Guard
-KTM Frame Guards
-Orange KTM Swingarm bolt covers
-Motion Pro Fork Air Bleeders
-Dual banjo bleeder connector on the front master cylinder.

Maint
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-Dr. Bean's solid-state oem fuel pump kit (installed on a NEW oem fuel pump at 18,500 miles)
-Newer OEM design Cluch Slave with 10,500 miles on it (these units routinely go for 40,000-50,000 miles)
-Battery replaced last year at around 19,000 miles.
-New chain and sprockets at 35,000 miles
-Valve check at 35,000 miles
-Oil change at 35,000 miles
-CJ Designs hardened water pump shaft and seal at 18,500 miles
-New Thermostat at 18,500 miles
-New Radiator Cap at 18,500 miles
-Front TKC-80 about 50%
-Rear Hidenau K-60 about 75%
-Forks and shock were serviced in January 2012 by Superplush with new seals, wipers and internal bits.
-Rear splash guard trimmed (there was a slight amount of rubbing on the swingarm before I trimmed it)
-New Rear brake pads at 30,000 miles
-New Front brake pads (Galfer Sintered HH) at 35,500 miles
-New Woody's Front wheel at 35,500 miles
-New front Galfer wave rotors at 35,500 miles
-Most of the bike's electrical connectors were di-electic greased at 20,000 miles.
-New headlight bulb at 25,000 miles
-Front TKC-80 at about 50% left
-Rear Hidenau K-60 at about 70% left
-New steering head bearings at 33,000 miles
-Last coolant flush was at 27,000 miles.
-Hotcams 10mm Shim Kit included!
-Gear position sensor o-ring replaced at 36,272 miles
-Oil filter door o-ring replaced at 36,272 miles
-One set of copper crush washers for an oil change included
-A couple extra oil filters included
-STE Flowmaster Flowmeter for super quick and easy (no messing around with vaccum gauges) carb syncs included!

Spares:
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-Spare original 2005.5 OEM clutch slave. I carry it on long trips just in case, have never needed it.
-Spare original fuel pump, no points.
-Slightly dented stock front wheel with rotors (tire not included)


Notes:
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-Bike runs well, starts up without fuss every time.
-There are a number of cosmetic scratches and dings; it's not a garage queen!
-Rear brake pedal doesn't trigger the brake light.
-Small section of bubbling on the right side tank decal.
-Some surface rust on the crashbars, and rear racks.
-Bearings in stock radiator fan are making some noise.
-There's some clutch drag, the bike's done this since I bought it. A new clutch pack would fix it but I never felt the need.
-Rear rim has a number of tire changing marks, (front rim is shiny and new still!)
-Exhaust pops on decel a bit. It's done this since I bought it.
-The Akra's sound phenomenal


Other:
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-I have a spare set of plastics and stock gas tanks in poor cosmetic condition I was planning on painting with a custom design to have a nice street set. If the buyer wants these I'll sell them for what I bought them for.











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