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Old 11-30-2012, 08:36 PM   #10021
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That thing looks like way too much legal fun.

Oh yeah it is. Kinda like this!


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Old 11-30-2012, 10:25 PM   #10022
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Surley Cross Check Cyclocross Bike Loaded w/Goodies! Albuquerque

I am pretty sure this is a 50CM bike that was built to be used as a commuter. It is a light grey or kind of a dark white color. It has a full SRAM X-9 drivetrain, mavic wheels with ultegra hubs front and rear, selle italia gel seat, complete avid single finger V-Brakes, cane creek headset, kobe riser, dura ace seat post, Easton full carbon fiber handlebar mountain bike handlebar, schwalbe CX Pro tires, shimano clip pedals with platforms and more I can't think of now. I spent over $1400 building the bike for my EX but I will sell it for lots less! She was about 5'5" to give you an idea. If you are unfamiliar with the frame google it. Heck the frame and fork cost what I am asking for the whole bike! It is a full chromoly frame and fork that can handle race tires all the way up to 700x40 plus tires. It is a great cyclocross or commuter frame. These steel frames ride great! I will sell her for $500 to FF's here on the board. I am considering buying a longer seat post and giving it a go. At 5'10" I may be like a monkey on a football but I have ridden worse!

Normal scratches from being used as a commuter. Tires are flat. Probably done in by the goatheads. They were the thicker sealed tubes but they have not been used for a year or so.


Pics taken today. Click on each picture for a LARGER one!

This will be a steal for someone. I just want it out of my garage!

more pics →


Holy Snot: Just realized I didn't have a pic of the seat post so I went online to look at them and found this auction on fleabay:


http://www.ebay.com/itm/NOS-Shimano-...724#vi-content




UMMMM...OK...buy the seat post and get a $1400 bike for free! I knew they were hard to find but come on already....
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Old 12-01-2012, 05:15 AM   #10023
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dishwasher

Jenn Air dishwasher JBD6900. Bought house couple months ago, doing appliance refresh. 10 years old house, so it's probably original appliance. Works good, no leaks, little loud compared to new dishwasher.
Mechanically, this is built better than new one -- new ones seem to be all plastic, kinda disappointing.

Cost, $10 or your favorite 6 pack.
Lone Tree, Co.

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Old 12-01-2012, 05:30 AM   #10024
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Fastbag

Fastbag, don't think I've ever used it. Bought for sport bike, which is long gone.
http://www.fastbag.com/



How's $10 for fastbag, which can probably be ebay'ed for way more.

Also have crf450x radiator guards, no mounting hardware -- well bent and used.. free

17" light/medium duty tube for dr650, never used. free.

Pickup in Lone Tree, Co.
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Old 12-01-2012, 07:01 AM   #10025
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I am pretty sure this is a 50CM bike that was built to be used as a commuter. It is a light grey or kind of a dark white color. It has a full SRAM X-9 drivetrain, mavic wheels with ultegra hubs front and rear, selle italia gel seat, complete avid single finger V-Brakes, cane creek headset, kobe riser, dura ace seat post, Easton full carbon fiber handlebar mountain bike handlebar, schwalbe CX Pro tires, shimano clip pedals with platforms and more I can't think of now. I spent over $1400 building the bike for my EX but I will sell it for lots less! She was about 5'5" to give you an idea. If you are unfamiliar with the frame google it. Heck the frame and fork cost what I am asking for the whole bike! It is a full chromoly frame and fork that can handle race tires all the way up to 700x40 plus tires. It is a great cyclocross or commuter frame. These steel frames ride great! I will sell her for $500 to FF's here on the board. I am considering buying a longer seat post and giving it a go. At 5'10" I may be like a monkey on a football but I have ridden worse!

Normal scratches from being used as a commuter. Tires are flat. Probably done in by the goatheads. They were the thicker sealed tubes but they have not been used for a year or so.


Pics taken today. Click on each picture for a LARGER one!

This will be a steal for someone. I just want it out of my garage!

more pics →


Holy Snot: Just realized I didn't have a pic of the seat post so I went online to look at them and found this auction on fleabay:


http://www.ebay.com/itm/NOS-Shimano-...724#vi-content




UMMMM...OK...buy the seat post and get a $1400 bike for free! I knew they were hard to find but come on already....


What a great bike and even better price. No all I need is for someone my size to post up something similar.
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Old 12-01-2012, 11:32 AM   #10026
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Still for sale

Somebody must want this. It is a great bike I am just more in need of money.

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I hate to sell this but need the money. Since I need the money I won't be giving it away but I do want to sell it. Here is the main flea market link. Glad to make a better deal for locals. $9500 OBO

http://advrider.com/forums/showthread.php?t=842737

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Old 12-01-2012, 12:48 PM   #10027
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IMS 4 Gallon Tank for CRF450X

I bought this used for my 450, which I sold this summer. I believe it is the "natural", or opaque, color. It has the cap, but no petcock. There are some scratches and a little discoloration. $100.
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Old 12-01-2012, 01:04 PM   #10028
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Hey all, I am selling my 2001 Trackmagic shifter kart with a 2000 jetpro yz125 motor. I have recently torn down, inspected and nut/bolted it. I used this as a toy, I never raced it, just went out to scare myself! It has good tires on it, motor was recently torn down, inspected and replaced all gaskets. It comes with a Kart stand, driving suit, and carbon rib tech seat. Let me know if you have any question.

Asking: $2800

This has been sold. :( took it for one last rip.... God Damn was it fast.
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Old 12-01-2012, 11:17 PM   #10029
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Oset 16" 24volt Kids Mini Electric Bike FOR SALE

SOLD!

Like new: Oset 16.0 24v with MANY spare parts for only $888

I got this brand new 3 years ago and my grandson only rode it twice for about 20 minutes in the grass in my back yard. That plus all the spare parts makes this rare item a very fair deal.

See MUCH more information at my own web page: [deleted]

If it doesn't sell soon I will put it on Craigslist, but not interested in shipping it at this point. These are awesome for kids - electric, no kick-starting issues for kids, no noise, lightweight so kids can pick it up, can ride in your back yard after school, even in your basement or city park and don't need Dad around to start it. Your kid will go nuts over it!



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Old 12-02-2012, 06:48 AM   #10030
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Very Rare 2004 American-Made Fender Toronado

Any guitar players checking this thread? If so, I'm getting ready to sell my very rare 2004 American Vintage Series Fender Toronado on eBay, but thought I'd toss it up here first to see if there's any interest.

It's definitely worth $1200+ and that's what I'll be shooting for on eBay, but I'll let it go here for $950. At that price, I won't ship, so you'll have to come to Golden to get it.

So, Fender fans... come get yourself a early Christmas present! Or play Santa and get it for the Fender fan in your life!

PM me if you're interested.

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Old 12-02-2012, 07:23 AM   #10031
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I have a couple of guitarists in my family (both of them Fender loyalists). I'll pass it along.
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Old 12-02-2012, 08:51 AM   #10032
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Tilt-A-Rack motorcycle carrier. Fits 2” Class III or greater hitch receivers and can carry up to 600lbs. It is heavy duty! I do not have the anti tilt bracket for it unfortunately.

Edit: this is the anti tilt bracket:
http://www.amazon.com/Rocking-Wobble...=pd_sbs_auto_3

Asking $100 OBO.



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Old 12-02-2012, 10:18 AM   #10033
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Anne want it consider it sold please


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Old 12-02-2012, 10:22 AM   #10034
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http://www.advrider.com/forums/showthread.php?t=489958 Sunday worship, a strap-on, and Does this water taste funny?
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Old 12-02-2012, 11:59 AM   #10035
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A wee bit early to be tipping one J or is it a case of big fingers/small keyboard
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