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Old 08-13-2013, 11:37 PM   #12151
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Wife's lowered WR250F. For sale on the bikes flea market here. Click for info. http://www.advrider.com/forums/showt...7#post22097007
What? Why? Tell me she's upgrading!

Great bike, especially for us inseam-challenged! Someone nab this!
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Old 08-14-2013, 01:16 PM   #12152
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What? Why? Tell me she's upgrading!

Great bike, especially for us inseam-challenged! Someone nab this!
Actually she's down grading to no bike.... : (

She prefers to sit in the back. I think there's something to do with me "hauling ass" all the time. She feels that she can't keep up.
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Old 08-14-2013, 01:31 PM   #12153
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Actually she's down grading to no bike.... : (

She prefers to sit in the back. I think there's something to do with me "hauling ass" all the time. She feels that she can't keep up.
My wife did the same thing years ago . I enjoy riding two up with her .
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Old 08-14-2013, 01:44 PM   #12154
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...I think there's something to do with me "hauling ass" all the time. She feels that she can't keep up.
Then get her a faster bike
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Old 08-14-2013, 02:13 PM   #12155
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A few items

I am willing to trade for gear. Watchya got?


I have a pair of chocks for sale. I only used them a couple of times before taking them off of my trailer. The 21" tire on my KLR seems a little larger.

$50 inmate price


Next I have a pair of River Road leather boots for sale. I wore them one time on a 13 mile round trip to work. They are too big for me, which I usually always wear a size 12. Last time I buy boots online. Come try them on before buying them... I paid $75 plus shipping.

$50 inmate price



Lastly, I have this tire for sale. I do believe this is the third time it has been for sale here. It is a Kenda Big Block tubeless tire size 150/70 B 17 Before I bought it, I read on the interwebs that people had mounted this on a KLR. No way in hell it will fit mine.

$75 firm inmate price



I am also going to cross list this to cragslist.

PM me. I won't ship. I live in SE Lakewood. Thanks!
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Old 08-14-2013, 03:30 PM   #12156
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Nelson Rigg expandable magnetic tank bag. It's used but in "like new" condition. Asking for $20 picked up.






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Old 08-14-2013, 04:47 PM   #12157
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Annie, dibs on the wolfman tank bag. Pm coming in a few.
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Old 08-15-2013, 01:37 PM   #12158
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Selling this 2003 honda cr85. Asking $650 on CL, $550 for inmates!

http://boulder.craigslist.org/mcy/3983541466.html
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Old 08-15-2013, 03:18 PM   #12159
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Icon Patrol Gear

Up for sale is a barely used set of Icon Patrol Gear. Jacket, pants and gloves. Never down in, used it to commute in the colder months. Never got caught in any weather so I never got to see how water proof it was, they claim it is water proof. It was less bulky and just as warm as the Olympia Gear I had used in the past. I really liked these because the large enclosures are big magnets, a lot more user friendly to get on and off then velcro.

I'm 6'5" tall, have a 36" waist and a 34" inseam. I have a long torsoe, this gear fit really well.

Retail on this set is $775
Will sell as a set for $400. (Edit, $360 with no gloves)

Can ship at buyers expense....PM with any questions or if you wanted to check it out and try it on.

If you've never seen it you can go to the videos section of www.rideicon.com. It's a 30 minute video of Guys on Tigers tearin' it up in the badged Radon version of this gear.

Jacket 2XL $250
Icons Site http://www.rideicon.com/products/?productGroupId=66519

I should have the hood and the never used Hydration pack, if I don't I'll get them for it.





Pants 2XL $175
Icons Site http://www.rideicon.com/products/?productGroupId=66792




Gloves 2XL SOLD
Icons Site http://www.rideicon.com/products/?productGroupId=66751

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Old 08-15-2013, 04:06 PM   #12160
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KLR stuff

some bits and bobs 80 for everything including a K&N air filter not pictured or make me an offer.....beer is an offer
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Old 08-15-2013, 05:22 PM   #12161
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Dibs on the Icon gloves, PM sent......
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Old 08-15-2013, 10:03 PM   #12162
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We just decided a Jeep might be a better fit for Denver so my truck is up for sale. It's been a great truck and I'm sure will serve it's next owner for a good long while.

I bought it from the original owner last year and have put about 16k on it with no issues. It's great for trips and has an immense amount of space inside. The bed system is amazing for securing motorcycles or what not.

Cosmetically, it's got a few dings and the tailgate is cosmetically damaged, but it's generally in good shape and mechanically it's barely broken in. I have service records, the window sticker, manual, space keys, etc. The tires are at 75%+. If you really wanted to replace the tailgate, it comes off with no tools and you can find a replacement for around $900. It's a truck and it's still fully functional so I never got around to it.

2008 Nissan Titan Crew Cab SE
4WD - High on the fly + 4LO
Power locks\windows\rear window
Full power drivers seat + power adjustable pedals
Rear Parking Sensors
Cruise Control w\controls on the steering wheel
Rockford Fosgate 6 Disc MP3 System w\controls on the steering wheel, XM capable, nice sub
Bluetooth Wireless Integration
Homelink garage door opener and compass
Towing Package w\awesome heated mirrors (9,100lbs rating)
Utilitrac bed system, also bed extender (not pictured)



You can see the full picture set here- http://s1362.photobucket.com/user/bi...lideshow/Titan

$19,300
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Old 08-16-2013, 06:15 PM   #12163
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Rox Speed FX 2" risers, 7/8" lower mount, 1 1/8" on top - fits ProTapers & other fat bars.

$60 picked up, toss in another $5 if you need them shipped.
Dibs.

I'll take 'em (shipped)

I can paypal you or mail a check. I'm in no real rush, but I do want them for a fall project.
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Old 08-16-2013, 06:18 PM   #12164
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We just decided a Jeep might be a better fit for Denver so my truck is up for sale. It's been a great truck and I'm sure will serve it's next owner for a good long while.

I bought it from the original owner last year and have put about 16k on it with no issues. It's great for trips and has an immense amount of space inside. The bed system is amazing for securing motorcycles or what not.

Cosmetically, it's got a few dings and the tailgate is cosmetically damaged, but it's generally in good shape and mechanically it's barely broken in. I have service records, the window sticker, manual, space keys, etc. The tires are at 75%+. If you really wanted to replace the tailgate, it comes off with no tools and you can find a replacement for around $900. It's a truck and it's still fully functional so I never got around to it.

2008 Nissan Titan Crew Cab SE
4WD - High on the fly + 4LO
Power locks\windows\rear window
Full power drivers seat + power adjustable pedals
Rear Parking Sensors
Cruise Control w\controls on the steering wheel
Rockford Fosgate 6 Disc MP3 System w\controls on the steering wheel, XM capable, nice sub
Bluetooth Wireless Integration
Homelink garage door opener and compass
Towing Package w\awesome heated mirrors (9,100lbs rating)
Utilitrac bed system, also bed extender (not pictured)



You can see the full picture set here- http://s1362.photobucket.com/user/bi...lideshow/Titan

$19,300
Did I miss the mileage?
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Old 08-16-2013, 07:29 PM   #12165
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i never knew they updated the cluster but it looks a little different then the 2004 titans gauge cluster or my memory is bad... the latter is likely
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