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Old 10-18-2013, 12:27 AM   #7501
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4 rims and tires

From Ford Explorer, All 4 Tires have some tread and hold air. Not great but not bald either.. Located in Hood River $200 takes them all. Might be able to deliver on one of my trips to Portland. Next time I am scheduled to go in is on 23rd



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Old 10-18-2013, 12:32 AM   #7502
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Right Hand Drive postal JEEP..

Want a fun little rig? Well here you go. Runs good. Needs someTLC (tran pan gasket, tires and general tweaking. obviously. Tags are expired a couple of years. $700.00 obi









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Old 10-18-2013, 08:14 AM   #7503
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2000 F350 Lariat 4x4 Crew Cab, 7.3 diesel. 206k miles.Have owned this truck for about a year without a single issue. It has been very reliable. Transmission was rebuilt with a tugger kit and heavy duty parts and turbo replaced before I purchased it last December. Have receipt for the transmission rebuild. Also has a deep transmission pan. I was told that the truck had a 6 inch lift, but cannot confirm, you will have to see it for yourself. Please note that this truck is not a garage queen and while it is not a piece of junk, it does show signs that is has been used as a truck and has dings and scrapes.

Truck comes with two spare tires. Lariat package, loaded, keyless entry, power locks, brown leather interior, brown carpet, new stereo with a screen that plays DVDs (no nav or bluetooth, but those modules can be added), headache rack, spray in bed liner. There is a hole for a gooseneck in the bed, but no gooseneck hitch is included. Also has a Bully Dog 6 position chip (turn dial type), K&N intake setup, and I will include the Superchips TirePaq tire tool with the truck so you can calibrate the speedometer should you choose to change the tire size later. I will include a billet drop hitch long enough to tow something with this truck. Asking $12,500. No trades unless you have a





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Old 10-18-2013, 04:40 PM   #7504
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Puget Sound Safety has been in the business of safety training since 1996. Our dedication to furthering motorcycle safety education and awareness through our state certified instruction has helped countless people in Washington become better and safer riders. Our mission has been to make our roads a safer place to ride.

Our off road program was stemmed by some of our instructors who were not only passionate about making our roads safer, but our off-road recreational areas safer as well. This small core of instructors donated countless hours of their time developing, and implementing, the Puget Sound Safety Off-Road (PSSOR) program.

Youth rider training is at the core of our off-road program. Our curricula focus on recreational trail riding by teaching proper methods, promoting responsible riding, and using the leave no trace initiative. Our mission; to teach the next generation that our public land access is their responsibility. Although PSSOR isn't a non-profit organization, we have maintained a program that would be available and affordable for families and our future riders. By keeping our tuition achievable, we have kept a modest margin, supported by our other programs.

In sponsoring our program, you would be supporting our goal to provide a service to the public.

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Old 10-18-2013, 04:53 PM   #7505
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Greg, if I understand you right then, you guys will take donated bikes in decent running condition if suitable for your program? And helmets, gloves, like that? Dual sport too, or just straight dirt bikes?
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Old 10-18-2013, 05:41 PM   #7506
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Greg, if I understand you right then, you guys will take donated bikes in decent running condition if suitable for your program? And helmets, gloves, like that? Dual sport too, or just straight dirt bikes?
Well, I hadn't thought about that, we are mainly looking for land to use for training.

I guess we would take a bike, if it were serviceable. Dual sport or dirtbike.

Thanks
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Old 10-19-2013, 09:44 AM   #7507
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OH! I get it now! You're looking for PROPERTY -- and by that you mean REAL ESTATE. A place to hold your classes. Went right over my head.
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Old 10-19-2013, 09:55 AM   #7508
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Well, I hadn't thought about that, we are mainly looking for land to use for training.

I guess we would take a bike, if it were serviceable. Dual sport or dirtbike.

Thanks
Had dinner with a Green Diamond guy a couple weeks ago. He talked quite a bit about how they want to continue to diversify land use. I'll try to track his name down. In the meantime,

http://www.greendiamond.com/contact/

I would try the Shelton office.

Dan

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Old 10-19-2013, 10:54 AM   #7509
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Currie IZIP and EZIP

These are electric motor bicycles. They are both women's or step thru frames.
See:

http://www.walmart.com/ip/26-eZip-E-...-Blue/21187752

The frame on the older models I have is slightly different than the picture in the ad above, but not much.
Posting photos on this site is a pain but I will post some if there is any interest.

I bought the EZIP for my wife probably 6 years ago to get her back into bicycling with me. Shortly thereafter I bought her the IZIP version because it has a lighter aluminum frame and better components. She used them several times, but not a lot. Now she just rides her regular bicycle and told me that she doesn't intend to use the them anymore. They are both in excellent condition, the battery packs and chargers work for both. The batteries inside the packs are replaceable and inexpensive without buying the cases.

I see the Walmart and Amazon price for the EZIP cheaper steel frame version is $499


$175 for the IZIP (aluminum frame)
$100 for the EZIP (steel frame)

or $250 for both


location is Washougal, WA
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Old 10-19-2013, 03:26 PM   #7510
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anybody in PDX have a hunk of diamond plate that i could buy?

ideally i need a 16" X 16" of 1/4" for a luggage rack project.

tia,
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Old 10-19-2013, 03:39 PM   #7511
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anybody in PDX have a hunk of diamond plate that i could buy?

ideally i need a 16" X 16" of 1/4" for a luggage rack project.

tia,
Check with BBC steel in Canby.
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Old 10-19-2013, 04:40 PM   #7512
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Tires for a Ninja 250

I have a set of original Dunlop tires for a Ninja 250 with the 16" wheels. They have another 4000 miles left on them if someone needs them to shoe a motorcycle on the cheap. Oh, did I mention they're FREEEEEEEEEEEEE
Front is 100/80/16 or something like that and the rear is 130/90/16
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Old 10-20-2013, 10:33 AM   #7513
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Had dinner with a Green Diamond guy a couple weeks ago. He talked quite a bit about how they want to continue to diversify land use. I'll try to track his name down. In the meantime,

http://www.greendiamond.com/contact/

I would try the Shelton office.

Dan
thanks for looking into this.
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Old 10-20-2013, 03:33 PM   #7514
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I'll take it.
Did this get taken?
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Old 10-20-2013, 06:34 PM   #7515
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DG pipe for XR650L. Works like it should, very good shape.





Oooh, shinny!




Looks good on the bike too.


Full disclosure: I'm selling because it's too loud for me. I tried repacking it but I most likely did a shyte job because it didn't change it much. YMMV

I'd like to see $90 for it but you can pay if you want to ship it. If you have another pipe to trade (other than stock) let's talk.
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