Pay It Forward Gear for the Rockies Group

Discussion in 'The Rockies – It's all downhill from here...' started by Lomax, Nov 26, 2006.

  1. ginslung

    ginslung It'll take.

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    Have a Bowflex Sport that needs a new home. It's 10 years old or so, in great shape and I have all the bits/pieces. Be great to pay it forward to a non-profit if there's a local inmate involved with a group, boys/girls club, school, church, etc. that could use it. Heavy and a bit awkward if you don't have a truck, but easy to take apart and put back together with basic tools and I can deliver if needed. Thanks.
  2. mork

    mork Been here awhile

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  3. wbunt

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    ttime4four Been here awhile

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  6. ssgenuine

    ssgenuine Adventurer

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    I'll call dibs on the hand guards, if that still works.. PM coming.
  7. tgeliot

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    One turn signal for the front of a 2008 Suzuki VStrom (and undoubtedly other years).

    I know this looks like two, but there's only one lens (which can work with either body), along with left and right bodies. The lenses are so expensive, I chose to convert to LED signals instead. If you have a broken front signal and want to replace it with OEM, here's your chance.
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  8. no2tracks

    no2tracks Been here awhile

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    I have a homemade wooden mc work table. No lift. 96"L x 24"W x 21"H. Has a board for a ramp to roll bikes on and off. The board slides in alongside out of the way when not in use. Has eyebolts for tiedown straps, and a large drawer in the middle of the side. I coated the top with polyurethane because the chipboard top was starting to flake and peel chips after getting wet, so now it's no big deal if you spill antifreeze, oil, brake fluid or whatever on it. I've also used it as a workbench and it has storage underneath. It gets a bike up far enough to comfortably work on. I just completed a top end on my bike using this. But now it's time to pass it on to another user. If you have space to park and work on your bike, you have space for this!
    Just added! A bike lift stand so you can have 1 or both wheels off the the ground. Package deal no splitting.
  9. derm75

    derm75 I'm a brother shamus...

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    Gone!

    Older Ryobi cordless tools. Batteries are no good, but the tools work. Great for a first time home owner or similar.

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  10. Lomax

    Lomax Nanu-Nanu Adventurer

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    FYI Interstate Batteries in Arvada can rework those batteries better than new. I have had it done with Dewalt batteries. This is a killer deal for anyone.
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  11. docwyte

    docwyte Long timer

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    derm75, I sent you a pm, I'll take em.
  12. Oldwin1

    Oldwin1 Long timer

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    I will take these


  13. skycart

    skycart Been here awhile

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    Front brake caliper/pads from a Triumph Tiger 955i. Came with a box of assorted parts on the bike. Looks clean/50% or so left on pads.
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  14. derm75

    derm75 I'm a brother shamus...

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    Thanks for the tip! I'll file it in my memory banks....
  15. docwyte

    docwyte Long timer

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    Can all the Interstate Battery places do it, or just that Arvada location?
  16. Lomax

    Lomax Nanu-Nanu Adventurer

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    I don't really know. I was over in Arvada getting something for a motorcycle and asked them and they said sure. They send them out to be done but it was a reasonable cost and only took a couple of days. I would think any Interstate and probably Batteries Plus could do the same thing. You would just have to call them.
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  17. Rodzilla

    Rodzilla Little short for a Stormtrooper

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    That's good to know. My old man gave me some DeWalt drills as he is downsizing. The batteries charge but don't last long. This looks like an option. Thanks.
  18. RockyMtnScotsman

    RockyMtnScotsman Been here awhile

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    Batteries Plus does the same thing and like Lomax said, it's better than new in that they replace the stock cells with higher mAh cells. I can't say for all B+ stores but the one I spoke to here in the Springs at Austin Bluffs said they do them in house. The price was very reasonable compared to buying new Dewalt batteries, but in the end I wound up buying a new brushless Kobalt drill at Lowes instead.
  19. docwyte

    docwyte Long timer

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    You can upgrade the Ryobi to their new Lithium batteries too, I ended up doing that with some other Ryobi tools I have.
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  20. wbunt

    wbunt Been here awhile

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