Airhead Flea Market Thread (closed and archived)

Discussion in 'Airheads' started by apt13, May 4, 2012.

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  1. jbcaddy

    jbcaddy Long timer

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    anyone need a few spokes? I just replaced mine with buchannans SS spokes and saved the rears just in case you needed some :D
    a bit crusty/rusty but yours for the shipping if you need a couple to replace that bent or broken one. came off the back of my 71 R75/5.
  2. Boxer Metal

    Boxer Metal Mad Scientist

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    I'm looking for a set of Henry Floorboards for a post '70 Airhead.
  3. atlthrux

    atlthrux Been here awhile

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    I wanted a clean & simple airhead t-shirt, something a little different. My son did the artwork (below), and if I can get 30ish orders, I'll run a batch. $19.00 each, $2 extra for 2XL & 3XL sizes.

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    The shirt will have the two-color design on the chest (nothing on the back). The shirts will be Hanes Beefy-T's. (Full Hanes description below) Shipping will be USPS flat rate - figure $5.60-6.00 depending on how many I can cram into their box/envelope). I know nothing about overseas shipping. Local-ish people, I can deliver to bike night, tech day, or directly to you, especially if you live at the end of a long, winding road.

    I like the Forrest Green and Cardinal, but I'm waiting to see if additional color options cost more.

    If you would like to buy one, please provide your info ON THIS FORM. And once I receive the minimum order number, I'll let you know your totals. I'll leave it open for 14 days. If we don't hit the magic number, I'll contact you.

    From the printer: "The Hanes Beefy-T is a short sleeve t-shirt featuring 6.1 oz 100% ringspun cotton. Ringspun cotton is very soft, while the 6.1oz weight gives you a high quality feeling shirt. It also features a taped shoulder to shoulder, as well as a double needle neck, sleeve and bottom hem."
  4. Beater

    Beater The Bavarian Butcher

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    Gone!
  5. blaine.hale

    blaine.hale Long timer

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    Fred, I think I have spare stock fenders for you. They probably need paint.
  6. darklight79

    darklight79 drink it , ride it , nail it

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    i was beat in last second on ebay tank so if anyone else sees a gspd tank let me know thanks stu
  7. skipn

    skipn Been here awhile

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  8. brittrunyon

    brittrunyon R 100 GS F 650 GS

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    Looking for the aluminum high mudguard brace made by Ascerbis for a '92 R 100 GS.
    .........(or something similar)
    Borrowed this image from elsewhere, don't need the pistol.:evil

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  9. Humboldt Airhead

    Humboldt Airhead Adventurer

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    HELP!!!! I am desperate for a 74 R90/6 crank! I now have three cranks I can not use, first one was ground and I do not like how the counter weights were reattached, second one is for an early R75/6. it has the long flywheel bolts but the larger counter weight so it will not fit into the case, the one I got today turns out to have the 11mm course thread bolts :baldy
    So, if anyone has the CORRECT crank PLEASE let me know. Also if you need one of the ones I have they are available!

    Or if someone has a /6 flywheel with 11 mm bolt holes let me know!!
  10. strichzwei

    strichzwei Adventurer

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  11. Big Bamboo

    Big Bamboo Aircooled & Sunbaked

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    Cool link! They have these too: [​IMG]
  12. Airhead Wrangler

    Airhead Wrangler Long timer

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    WTB:

    US titled R100GS or R100R frame in straight condition. non-salvage titled, please. I need a starting point for a new project. Watcha got?
  13. strichzwei

    strichzwei Adventurer

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    How about an R80ST frame?

  14. SERE Nate

    SERE Nate Been here awhile

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    Check the Seattle cl for the frame. There was one on there a few days ago.
  15. Boxer Metal

    Boxer Metal Mad Scientist

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    I had these on a bike for a short time. Like new $100.00 plus $15.00 shipping in the USA, $50.00 to OZ and $41.00 to most of Europe.

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  16. Boxer Metal

    Boxer Metal Mad Scientist

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    Used custom alloy mono lever rear sets with a cable actuated rear brake. Made from San Jose BMW and Boxer Metal parts. $400.00 plus shipping.

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  17. adrenal

    adrenal skrunkwerks.com

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    Anyone got a pair of post 1988 R100 heads?
  18. Airhead Wrangler

    Airhead Wrangler Long timer

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    Nope, I need to start with a paralever frame. Thanks though.
  19. seaswood

    seaswood seaswood

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    I have a set of floor boards believe to be used on a airhead late 70'-80's
    I can send a pic when I get home.:cry
  20. Pokie

    Pokie Just plain Pokie.

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    Piecing together a wreck of sorts, wondering if anyone has a pair (or at least one) used piston for an R75/5 in standard size? I have one, need one more (the other one has a broken skirt).

    I also need two sets of valve spring retainers and collets for an R90/6, I have springs and valves.

    Lastly, at this time anyway, I also need two complete rocker assemblies for a 1976 R90/6 (the ones with the cut-outs for the steel head inserts).

    I am building this bike on less than a shoestring and hoping to get it together this summer. I am taking lots of photos and will put together a story on the build but it's going much too slow to do a daily report.

    Thanks for any help!

    pokie.
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