Craigslist Find Of The Day

Discussion in 'Pacific Northwet - Where it's green. And wet.' started by Road Rash, Nov 13, 2009.

  1. linkweewee

    linkweewee tantum quantum

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    G-Funk had that tank on his. We called it the Exxon Valdez. You would NOT want to be sliding along the pavement alongside that bike when the tank ruptures.
  2. Dansrc51

    Dansrc51 I need a cape....

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  3. WB-PDX

    WB-PDX Long timer

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    Where young people go to retire
  4. IDRIDR

    IDRIDR Take me to the River

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    The gratuitous arse shot. You must be the only one . . . I didn't see it :wink:
  5. tblume

    tblume gettin'it

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  6. tblume

    tblume gettin'it

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  7. WB-PDX

    WB-PDX Long timer

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    Really funny that over two weeks I couldn't find any cheap earlier\higher mile GSes, but now they are everywhere. It's funny how different models ebb and flow in terms of availability.

    Still glad I flew to SoCal for mine though. :D
  8. MiteyF

    MiteyF Long timer

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    Michigan... temporarily
  9. Sloppy

    Sloppy Been here awhile

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  10. asrvivor

    asrvivor Rabies Cure ????

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    Boring! MORE COW BELL
    Ya but the rear tire is 14 inches wide!!!:lol3
  11. jjdun7

    jjdun7 Been here awhile

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    Hey John, that just means better traction in the mud :muutt :rofl
  12. tblume

    tblume gettin'it

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  13. WB-PDX

    WB-PDX Long timer

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    Anyone who has owned a 360 and a 350 will tell you... Newer and bigger is not always better. Also interesting exhaust choice. I also can't count how many of those fairings I have had to throw away when I couldn't give them away..
  14. WeeMcD

    WeeMcD V-Strom explorer

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  15. pHelix

    pHelix Eternal n00b

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    Yah, the 360 has a bad reliability rep. Can't remember the nature of the issues, but...

    The more I look around, the more I'm thinking an early 80's CB400 would be ideal. It's got a disc up front. Given this is form my daughter, safety is a consideration. Oh, wait, this is a motorcycle, huh? Never mind.
  16. trailrider383

    trailrider383 867-5309

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    If you have a lot of extra money in your pocket there is this one:http://boise.craigslist.org/mcy/2986102771.html

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  17. trailrider383

    trailrider383 867-5309

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  18. WB-PDX

    WB-PDX Long timer

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  19. WB-PDX

    WB-PDX Long timer

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  20. whitham_wannabe

    whitham_wannabe Long timer

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