Central Flea Market

Discussion in 'Central – From Da Nort Woods to the Plane States' started by dox, Oct 29, 2009.

  1. Byork

    Byork Novice

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    Luggage - SOLD

    One is a size L, one is size S. Worn once. Wife and I decided we are full-face helmet people. A couple small scuffs from being in plastic bin with our other helmets.
    These were about $45 each new. $30 for pair

    Located near Plymouth IN

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  2. vwboomer

    vwboomer Buffoon

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  3. hawkgt

    hawkgt Daydreaming

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    Posted in the FM a National Cycle Vstream 20" sport/tour shield for the FJ09.

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  4. MotoBoss

    MotoBoss Old Dog

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    I'll take the hammock
  5. siyeh

    siyeh unproductive

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    *FREE* with a $40 donation to ADV

    A Pit Posse Tire Changing Stand. Great condition but dusty. If you donate $40 to ADVrider on the donate button, it will be free.

    SOLD
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  6. pigjockey

    pigjockey Hognuts the T-bagger

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    I'd take it if you are coming north a bit. Like Fondy or Milw. My back hates changing tires on the ground.
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  7. Mark4931

    Mark4931 Doesn't know what he's doing

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    The website says works down to 10" rims, but it has a small rim adapter. Do you know if 10" is actually the smallest rim it will take? I'm looking for something that could work for 6" lawn tractor tires.
  8. Mark4931

    Mark4931 Doesn't know what he's doing

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    Edit: I got some Forma boots on the way.
  9. DSquared

    DSquared Dilly Dilly!

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  10. sieg

    sieg Wearing out tires......2 at a time, day after day.

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  11. dfc

    dfc nonattractive

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    Random Items, Garage cleaning time. I can't toss this stuff until I make sure someone doesn't need it
    All Items located in S Mpls. All prices negotiable, bribing with New Glarus Beer is encouraged.

    Mini-Bike Tires, $10 each or two for $25
    Perfect for yer Bobber project
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    Air pump for tires, Sold by Andy G. never used. attach to cylinder and go! free or best offer
    Perfect for yer Bobber project
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    Tractor lites H.F. brand, with mounting kit. 2 for 1 deal! free or best offer
    Perfect for yer Bobber project
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    More to come....
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  12. matthaiduk

    matthaiduk Been here awhile

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  13. simbaboy

    simbaboy Lansing MBS

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  14. Themastermike

    Themastermike Think you caught me in a coma

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    Typo? One for ten or a pair for 25?

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  15. propforward

    propforward PIE!romaniac

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    I think you're right. Pretty sure it's 30 for a pair.
  16. vfrpilot

    vfrpilot Stress Relief Rider

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    You know ........ I've noticed on here that the first smart ass don't stand a chance :jack
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  17. Paper

    Paper Things are looking great!

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  18. drneo

    drneo mmm... delicious

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  19. OU812

    OU812 Legend in my own Mind!

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    What size hitch?
    I've ridden with the owner of MJ auto.
    Nice guy! ;)
  20. BigDogAdventures

    BigDogAdventures Fart Letter

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    For Sale $350---Kendon motorcycle lift.
    Link to the big board: http://advrider.com/index.php?threads/kendon-motorcycle-lift-air-or-manual-operation-350.1261042/

    I've had this lift for about 5 years and just don't use it anymore.
    It is in excellent condition and has always been in my garage---leaning up against the wall.
    Like Kendon's bike trailers----this is made to fold up and lean against a wall when not in use taking up almost no garage space.
    It is air over hydraulic------you can use an air compressor or lift it manually if you don't have one.
    It locks in place when up.
    It is much narrower than units you see in professional shops.
    They make 4 models of these ranging from $799 to $999---got these numbers off their website.
    Mine looks just like the one in the video below.
    I've had most everything on it----dirt bikes----many dualsports -----and the biggest I've had on it was my 950 KTM.
    You can use a hydraulic jack or screw platform lift under the bike and completely remove the entire rear wheel and swingarm to service it if you like----and have the bike at a convenient height so your not breaking your back.

    You must pick this up at my house------Mt. Vernon, Illinois
    The video below is not mine----I grabbed it off you tube-------my lift looks just like this one and this video shows a good demonstration of it.
    There is no use me dragging mine out and taking a picture of it---it's just like the one in the video and looks as good.
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