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Discussion in 'Central – From Da Nort Woods to the Plane States' started by dox, Oct 29, 2009.
My jetta sure is, even heat for winter.
2005 Kawasaki KX65
Win Christmas this year by getting this killer KX65 for your 6-11 year old son or daughter. It has everything needed for the beginner coming off of a 50 all the way to competing with the KTMs in the 65cc class (for ½ the cost and 4x the reliability). Between the height and power adjustments my son was able to start riding this at age 6 to learn using a clutch. By age 10 he was using it to race hare scrambles. It is currently setup at near full height/power with only the front forks lowered 1”, but all the parts are included to lower it up to 4” and almost completely remove the power hit or limit the throttle range. Our focus has mostly been off-road, but I would not hesitate to take this to the MX track tomorrow.
Our loss is your gain. My boy has moved up to an 85 (which feels gutless compared to this bike), so now the 65 has to go.
2” Lowering Link & Stock
PPS Pipe & Stock
Techno Flex Shock & Stock (3)
VHM Head with Sand & Hardpack inserts
Auto Clutch (I cannot identify this and am not sure it is complete)
Fat Bars & Stock
2nd Set of Wheels
Green grips, vent lines, brake lines & coolant hoses
Aftermarket radiator & stock
Full bottom & top end in 2017
New folding levers
Frame protectors & spares
Custom carb porting
New seat cover
Spare, lowered seat
Pipe washer (reduce hit)
Many spare plastics
Tires only have 2 races on them
Engine spares (cranks, rods, pistons, etc)
Sprockets of many sizes
Spare inner tubes
Spare spark plugs
Spares, spares, spares…...heck, sell off the spares and recoup the bike purchase price!
NEXX XD1 Carbon Fiber dual sport helmet for sale.
Worn for 10 miles, put back in the bag, and I'd like it gone.
Also listed on the big board
I have some vintage 2-stroke big-bore enduros for sale in central IL (near Champaign). I have a '73 Yamaha RT3 360cc project with a clean title and new top end for $800 including all the parts (more than pictured), and a '75 Suzuki TS400 that's low-mile and very complete for $500. LINK to big board.
I have a bunch of RoadRunner magazines.
They are free for the taking but it would be best to pick them up as they are pretty heavy to ship but I'm willing to do that if you want to pay for it. I am in Chicago.
The issues are:
2011 June, August, October December
2012/2013/2014/2015 February, April,June, August, October December
2016 February, April
NoMar Tire changer, only used a few times on the beemers, perfect shape, all the goodies!
List of what's included:
1. classic changer - $595
2. posi-clamps - $165
3. XtraHand clamp tool - $39
4. Spoonbar 16" tire tool set - $64
5. Spoonbar 21" tire tool - $36
6. Spoonbar collar - $10
7. Rim Protectors - $11
$650, pick up in Champaign preferred
1995 Ford F-150 XLT 4x2
Bright red with light grey cloth interior (bench with armrest)
5.0 (302) with 4R70W automatic transmission (w/OD lockout)
3.55 limited slip axle
Regular cab, long wheelbase (133"), long bed (8')
Class III hitch receiver w/4 wire trailer pigtail
Cast aluminum wheels
Power: Steering, Mirrors, Windows & Door Locks (with aftermarket remote lock)
Sliding rear window
Aftermarket (Panasonic) radio
Dual fuel tanks (18 gallon in front with 17 gallon in rear)
Just over 75K miles (this will not change much as I don't drive it often)
I've done quite a bit of maintenance and the truck is ready to go for quite some time. For a northern Illinois truck, it is in remarkably good shape with respect to rust.
The interior is in decent to good condition showing a little wear but nothing out of the ordinary. I've asked two different shops (that did some of the work below)
to change the transmission fluid. Both said it didn't need to be done based on the way the trans shifts and the color/smell of the fluid.
The following is a list of items I've addressed (or had addressed):
replaced spark plugs, distributor cap, rotor & wires
replaced accessory (fan) belt & belt idler pulley
changed oil, oil filter and air filter
replaced radiator hoses (upper, lower & t-stat bypass), thermostat and coolant
replaced fuel filter
replace upper & lower ball joints
replaced brake line to rear axle, brake hose and lines to wheel cylinders
flushed/bled brake system
4 new tires & alignment
replaced front fuel tank and tank straps
replaced four shocks
replaced front brake pads & rotors
serviced calipers (caliper boot kit & cleaned guide pins)
replaced transmission tailshaft seal
replaced rear driveshaft u-joint
adjusted/tightened steering box
replaced windshield & upper windshield trim moldings
The oil pan leaks a little. I'm not sure if it's just a gasket or a rear main seal. It does not leak a lot, perhaps a 1/8 ounce after every time it's driven.
Rust/Rot; the cab is solid but there's some rot in the bed wheel arches and tailgate. It's not extensive and if you're comfortable doing a little bodywork, you can probably fix this yourself.
The truck has been repainted (original color) but it's hard to find evidence of it (in other words, a pretty good job).
Why Am I selling?
I will be moving next summer and will have garage space constraints. I'm going to need a short wheelbase, short bed truck.
I would consider them but I have some needs which limits the list. I would be interested in:
1980-96 Ford F-150 short wheelbase/bed with 5.0/auto
1967-75 Ford F-100 short wheelbase/bed with V8/auto
Ford Ranger regular cab with short bed and 4.0 engine/auto
I'm pretty good at mechanical stuff but suck at bodywork. So, I'd prefer trucks with little to no rust.
Adv Rider price: $6400.
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I understand these York Load Lok bed liners are pretty versatile. You can use a 2x6 or 2x8 to keep the load from sliding.
Using my thumb as a scale for the size of the rust bubbles. An aftermarket flare patch panel, from LMC Truck, would fix this easily.
Rust is more of a minor issue on the passenger side.
Some small spots on the tailgate. The tailgate latching mechanism works just fine.
Super Clean --immaculate-- 2009 Kawasaki Versys 650
about 9500 Miles.
$3200 or will trade for a Africa Twin DCT (and add cash).
You Csquared! Mr. Cory, you still holding the ice stuff for the KTM? Sorry I missed your day. Was bummed but cud not do. Joey
Yea, I still have it. Also, we did a second day.