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Old 08-28-2008, 05:11 AM   #31
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what are you broaching? keyseats? I think the stoke is 1 1/4, (on the 5 ton) what you may be looking for is a keyseater. You can find the old spring bar type Mitts and Merrill pretty cheap, or pay a few more hundreds for a Morrison, if ya can find one. Both these machines are trip wheel function, best suited for stamping small parts or for forming. If I had tool and die experience I would use them to hammer out a bunch of useless moto farkles of some sort, just to put them to work.
never mind.
sorry.

we have a couple hydro broach presses but they're huge like 50-100 ton.

i was kinda hoping for a smaller unit. just try and not break a 3/8 broach in one.
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Old 08-28-2008, 06:52 PM   #32
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All the parts that are left are shown here:

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Old 08-28-2008, 10:00 PM   #33
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PM sent for the wheels, cylinder,cylinderhead and fairing bracket.
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Old 08-28-2008, 10:47 PM   #34
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I have something to offer.

I have a 2003 Mercury 150 XR6 Outboard Motor for sale for $4500.00. Here it is. I have it all fixed up and ready to go. New water pump, gear lube, yada yada yada.



I also have a 2003 Mercury 150 XL Saltwater Edition Outboard Motor for Sale for $4500.00. All the maintenance has been done on this one as well.


There are pictures and more info HERE!

Both of these engines are great runners. They have also never been in SaltWater! I would really like to sell these to local PNW folks.

For more info, send me a PM.
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Old 08-28-2008, 11:18 PM   #35
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So this is for non-moto stuff too? Well here's mine.

Does anyone have a charcoal grill sitting around that they want to get rid of? I could do propane but what I'm looking for is something unwanted/unused that I can pick up for very cheap or free.

Thanks!
Zac, Home Despot has a new propane barbie for $80 right now. For the money it looks great. That is just about a better deal than free because it is new = no parts needed. I just ordered $280 in parts for my fancy barbie, it is three years old and the burners are burnt out. It probably doesn't grill any better than the $80 Home Depot model.
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Old 08-29-2008, 08:45 AM   #36
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PM sent for the wheels, cylinder,cylinderhead and fairing bracket.
Answered.
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Old 08-29-2008, 02:12 PM   #37
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Sold 9xx miles, center stand, aux fuel tank (1.89 gal, 5.3 total-200 miles+ range) mtd in left exhaust slot, single exhaust (HMF can w/spark arrestor), pro moto billet rear rack. 990 bars or sx bars. aux 12 volt plug. 606 front, 908rr rear (not new-but not worn out either). Custom racks for Wolfman luggage. 2 sets of side tank panels (1 with custom graphics), Super Moto windshield, custom fisher seat, very comfy.. $10,250. Pics tomorrow.



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Old 08-29-2008, 03:32 PM   #38
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The Good:
tabs good thru April 2009
frame modded to mount a IMS 4 gallon XR650L desert tank, with XR petcock
-gives the bike a 260 mile range on one tank of gas
bike gets around 65 miles per gallon
Clarke locking gas tank cap with 2 keys
inline fuel filter
Kawasaki rear luggage rack (not stock)
flush mount rear turn signals
mini stalk front turn signals
Acerbis high front fender (stock was low mount)
homemade aluminum front fender brace
MSR aluminum handlebars (brand new)
Scott grips (brand new)
fused 12volt cigarette lighter outlet
new front knobby tire - Duro Accelerator (still has some mold nubs on it)
homemade soft saddlebag racks
homemade aluminum ignition wire guard
Works Connection weld on footpeg wideners
Yuasa battery
BRAND NEW Kawasaki front and rear sprockets and RK 520XSO o ring chain(less than 25 miles on these)
front forks are shimmed for more preload/stiffness
fork seals/fluid changed about 1 1/2 years ago
rear wheel bearings replaced about 1 1/2 years ago
bike runs great and is very dependable
sale includes stock tank and petcock, and Kawasaki shop manual

The Bad
needs mirrors (10mm threads)
due for a valve clearance check/adjustment
rear knobby tire is worn, still fine for the street but bad for the dirt
fuel tank is slightly yellowed and has some scratches
body plastic has some scratches
boot marks on engine and frame
general use marks on bike
left rear turn signal broken (going to epoxy it back together, still works)

located in Port Angeles, Washington
10,532 miles
Asking $2000 or best offer
Please contact Kyle S. Flotto at (360)-460-8288 or kflotto@yahoo.com
WILL NOT DELIVER unless in Port Angeles!
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Old 08-29-2008, 05:25 PM   #39
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9xx miles, center stand, aux fuel tank (1.89 gal, 5.3 total-200 miles+ range) mtd in left exhaust slot, single exhaust (HMF can w/spark arrestor), pro moto billet rear rack. 990 bars or sx bars. aux 12 volt plug. 606 front, 908rr rear (not new-but not worn out either). Custom racks for Wolfman luggage. 2 sets of side tank panels (1 with custom graphics), Super Moto windshield, custom fisher seat, very comfy.. $10,250. Pics tomorrow.



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you want a low mile 07' 990?...
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Old 08-29-2008, 06:31 PM   #40
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They are awesome bikes and I do miss my 990.

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you want a low mile 07' 990?...


I will think on that.
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Old 08-29-2008, 06:42 PM   #41
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I will think on that.
it's got the farkle leos, renazco seat, rack, crash bars, hepco hard bags, high bars, etc. and 5500 +/- miles.







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Old 08-29-2008, 06:45 PM   #42
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you want a low mile 07' 990?...
i just peed a little..fuckin do it
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Old 08-29-2008, 06:57 PM   #43
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Old 08-29-2008, 07:25 PM   #44
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Zac, Home Despot has a new propane barbie for $80 right now. For the money it looks great. That is just about a better deal than free because it is new = no parts needed. I just ordered $280 in parts for my fancy barbie, it is three years old and the burners are burnt out. It probably doesn't grill any better than the $80 Home Depot model.
I double checked.

The grill is free.
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Old 08-29-2008, 07:25 PM   #45
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That's a proper LC8.

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