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Old 07-04-2015, 07:44 PM   #1
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Canadian Flea Market: Motos & Related Items FOR SALE

This Regional Forums: Canada Flea market thread is to facilitate the exchange of goods for sale between ADV inmates within Canada. Wanted ads must be posted in the main Flea Market forum.

The rules from the main Flea Market forum apply here. Read them HERE.

There are 2 ways in which you can post your for sale items:

1. Post your item for sale in the appropriate forum in the main Flea Market forums, i.e. Bikes, Parts, Gear, and post a link here with a brief description.

2. Post your item for sale in this thread, with pictures and price. No "make an offer", we ain't ebay... No price? Your ad will be deleted.

3. No ebay, craigslist, kijiji, etc.. links to be posted here.

4. No "bumping".

All correspondence between potential buyers and sellers MUST be done through private messaging (PM) or email. Please DO NOT post your questions or comments to the seller in this thread. This will only clutter the thread.

Once an item has sold, please delete your post. (Click on Edit and then Nuke it.)

As with the regular flea market, posts will be deleted within 30 days of your original post.

Vendors may not post in this thread, but must use the Vendors forum.
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Old 07-04-2015, 07:48 PM   #2
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Apologies to inmates with ads listed here. Due to a technical fault, the Canada Flea market thread was expunged. Our move to new forum software can't come soon enough.

Please repost your ad and again, my apologies.
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Old 07-06-2015, 11:35 AM   #3
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2008 r1200gs

Approximately 27000 (mostly) highway kms. All options (ESA, Trip Computer, ABS, Traction Control, Heated Grips, etc). Add ons (Jesse Luggage, top case, throttle lock, crash bars, GPS, oil cooler protector, secure oil filler cap - I think that's it). Never down. I'm the original owner, picked it up in 2009. All maintenance done at BMW (Toronto & Budds). UVIC, all maintenance stamps, recall history and title all in hand!

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Old 07-06-2015, 01:50 PM   #4
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FS: HJC Titan AC-X3 Carbon

Item: HJC Titan AC-X3 Carbon
Price $50
Location: Orleans, ON
Details: Men's size small, worn three or four times (I wear glasses and was never comfortable wearing goggles over them and the helmet), now it's sitting on a shelf doing nothing. Comes with carrying bag. DOT & SNELL rated. No idea of a proper price, in as-new condition.
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Old 07-06-2015, 02:33 PM   #5
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Yoshimura for Honda SH150i

Nice cond. Comes with mtg. brkt. bolts and DBkiller.
Almost 10 lbs. lighter than stock and a lot noisier.
$100.00 + shpg.
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Old 07-06-2015, 06:35 PM   #6
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Garmin GPSMap 276C

Garmin GPSMap 276C

Description taken from the GPSCentral site:

The GPSMAP 276C is a versatile, color chartplotter and automobile navigator - perfect for land or water. This portable GPS navigator features a 256-color TFT display that's easy to read in bright sun along with a built-in basemap and auto routing to provide you with turn-by-turn directions to the marina for a day of boating.

GPSMAP 276C Features
• 3.8-inch diagonal, 480 x 320 pixel, 256-color TFT screen with adjustable LED backlight
• Unit dimensions: 5.7"W x 3.2"H x 1.9"D
• Adjustable marine mounting bracket
• Stores up to 3,000 user waypoints, 50 reversible routes (300 waypoints per route)
• 10,000 point automatic track log; 15 saved tracks
• Area calculation feature calculates the area enclosed by a track
• Rechargeable lithium battery offering 5-15 hours of use (depending on backlight settings)
• WAAS-enabled, 12 parallel channel GPS receiver
• Adjustable quad helix receiving antenna with remote antenna capability
• Built-in basemap with automatic routing and turn-by-turn directions
• Accepts standard Garmin data cards for storage of downloaded MapSource data and pre-programmed data cards
• Provides separate serial and USB interfaces
• 2 NMEA serial ports
• Offers BlueChart night mode for easier viewing at nighttime
• Large numbers option for easy viewing
• Position formats include Lat/Lon, UTM, Loran TDs, Maidenhead, MGRS, User, and more
• Provides a course deviation indicator when navigating
• Project your position on the map with the configurable complex heading line
• Built-in tide tables and celestial tables for sun and moon calculations
• Alarms: anchor drag, arrival, off-course, proximity waypoint, and clock
• Water resistant to IEC 60529 IPX7 standards (submersible in one meter of water for 30 minutes)

All I have to sell is the gps itself and an ac adaptor. The gps has a 128 megabyte data card in it. The device is clean and undamaged and works well in the testing I've done on it. I have no mounts for it so I have not used it on a bike, boat or car.

Full disclosure: The person I bought it from had not used it in a while, and it had been sitting in a drawer where the battery died completely so when I bought it, it had the dreaded "Battery Missing" message.

I read up on this problem and it turns out it's fairly common for the model. A fix is to apply some voltage to the battery, enough so that it can then accept a normal charge from the regular charger. The battery now accepts and retains a normal charge.

The original owner used this on his boat, but he upgraded some time ago, and lost the marine mount in a move. You can get a RAM mount for about $10 at GPSCity. And a lighter adaptor/speaker cable for another $16 from the same place.

Asking $250 + shipping.

PM or email me for more information.
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Old 07-06-2015, 07:01 PM   #7
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2011 Yamaha FJR1300 in pristine condition. 46,000kms No cut sliders, throttlemeister throttle lock, bar risers, bag liners, new tires. never down or tipped over. cert $9,500.00
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Old Yesterday, 04:03 AM   #8
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KTM Ironman Sprocket FS 14 Tooth

Hello all,

I bought a sprocket for my bike, but I didn't read the fineprint... it doesn't fit.

Mine for sale is a 14 tooth (stock pic of 13 tooth below)

I have an '05 Husaberg, but the sprocket fits '09 and up. Brand new, I took it out of the package, realized it didn't fit, sprayed it with WD-40 and put back in the package.

Bought for $45 (USD) and shipping... I paid a little too much, but I am willing to sell for $30 cad + shipping.

This sprocket fits:
  • KTM: ’91-’15 All 2-stroke models 125cc and up
    ’99-’15 All 4-stroke models 250cc to 530cc
  • Husaberg: ’09-’14 350/450/570
  • Husqvarna: ’14-’15 TC/TE/FC/FE 125/250/300/350/450/501
  • Beta: ’05-’15 RR/RS 2-stroke and 4-stroke models
  • KTM ATV: ’08-’10 SX/XC 450/505/525
The Dirt Tricks KTM Front Sprocket is built from an ultra-hard tool steel. Most front sprockets sold today are “case hardened”, meaning that only a thin outer layer of steel is hardened. Below that layer is soft steel. Our front sprockets are heat treated, giving them the ultimate toughness and wear resistance. How can we have such a hard material without it being brittle? Shock resistant tool steel is the answer. This is the same steel used to punch holes through 1″ thick plates of steel, on high speed punch presses.

'05 Husaberg FE650e .. .. ..'03 BMW F650GS Dakar - sold
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Old Yesterday, 06:39 AM   #9
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I have a Sargent seat that I cannot use on my new GSA. According to Sargent this will work on a GS from 04-13. I bought it in June 2012, used it for about 35,000 kms. Seat is in great shape and so much better then the stock GS seats. Not interested in shipping, prefer local pickup. I am in Kitchener, Ontario. It is the riders seat only, I do not have the passenger.

Asking $200. I have attached a few pictures, if you want to see anything else let me know I will post it up.

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Old Yesterday, 06:52 AM   #10
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2002 KL250 Super Sherpa

Selling my 2002 kl250 Super Sherpa dual sport. Its in great shape and ready to go - bullet proof light weight 250 engine is great for backroads, trails, and commuting. Perfect for beginners or for those wanting a light weight, fuel efficient dual sport.

Never used offroad and presently has street oriented tires. Really clean original bike! Always stored indoors - plastics and rest of the bike look new.

Needs nothing for safety but being sold as is.

It is currently on the road and being driven. Selling as I am not using it as much as I thought I would and with a young child at home, hard to find the time to ride!

Edit: Located in Ottawa.

Contact for more info.

Asking $2300 but will consider reasonable offers.
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Old Yesterday, 04:17 PM   #11
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BMW F650GS (front+rear) wheel set - $500 (Vancouver)

Complete front/rear wheel set for the BMW F650GS (parallel twin, 2008+):
- Front has large ding - but holds air without issue, includes brake rotor, tire, ABS ring, bearings, etc.
- Rear is in mint condition, includes brake rotor, tire, ABS ring, bearings, etc.

Parts value alone is significant ! Will sell separately.

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Old Yesterday, 04:20 PM   #12
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KTM 950/990 touring windscreen

Touring windscreen for KTM 950/990. excellent condition. KTM Part Number: 60008008100

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Old Yesterday, 04:22 PM   #13
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KTM 950 Super Enduro parts

Assorted parts for KTM 950 SE (Super Enduro):

- stock seat
- supermoto front fender, fairing
- skid plate
- taillight
- Voltage rectifier relocator (new)

Open to offers, will sell separately.

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