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Discussion in 'Pacific Northwet - Where it's green. And wet.' started by DantesDame, Aug 25, 2008.

  1. K_N_Fodder

    K_N_Fodder Long timer

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    Somebody got some good boots. Been running mine for 6 years, absolutely love them.

  2. peterman

    peterman cop magnet

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    impromptu ad for my 1992 BMW R100 GS, with new tires, you mount,,$3600.00
    As is,,$3400.00
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  3. FLYING EYEBALL

    FLYING EYEBALL out of step

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    I wish I had some $$

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  4. DireWolf

    DireWolf Knees in the Breeze

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    The purple piping makes it pop.
  5. Chris6_85

    Chris6_85 Been here awhile

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    Hi all i am in search of an enclosed cargo trailer to put 3 motorcycles and camping gear. preferably 7x14 or 7x16 but if anyone has or knows anyone that has a 6x12 or 6x14 i would consider looking at that as well.


    Chris
  6. WB-PDX

    WB-PDX Long timer

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    It took me over 24 hours.

    I just got this joke. Good one.
  7. Apple Jam

    Apple Jam Forest Flyer

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    I have a nice dual axle 6x12.
    check yer PMs
  8. Apple Jam

    Apple Jam Forest Flyer

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    In Fact, it's time to get serious about this.
    In Hood River area.

    I have a Brown Motorports 6x12 enclosed trailer, 2002 model.......

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    I do have a "Contico" (or similar) big resin-plastic lockable bin to go on the front tongue, not yet installed;
    I'll throw it in the deal if you want it.
    Tongue is covered in diamond plate, and looks good. All the wooden panelling inside is in great shape.

    All the lights work, and yes, that IS a small hole ripped in the back door above the lock assembly :D
    ...It was there when I got it.
    Other Blemishes are limited to a slightly bent wheel fender on one side, somebody lightly backed into something before I bought it.
    They straightened it without making it perfect, but it's not very noticable.
    There is some surface oxidation on the aluminum fenders that would likely rub out with polishing compound.
    None of these things should be a deal breaker on a used trailer.

    Four good tires have LOTS of tread left.
    It trails like a dream with the dual axle setup.
    My smaller Dakota feels it, but has no troubles.
    My heavier 1/2 ton Chevy Van doesn't even really feel it.
    (and I could sell the Chevy's Hitch receiver also....)
    Wheels look decent, but have some paint-peel.
    There's even a light inside, that works with the tow vehicle's 12v, or it's own small battery.

    The full-size back door has spring loaded cables that make it very easy for anyone to lift it up and down, like a preloaded garage door.
    It is designed to be a perfect ramp.

    I paid $3k, about 4 years ago. So, I'll assume it's worth $2600 today.
    Condition is the same as when I bought it, as I've probly only used it about 6-7 times since.
    I have the title, and the tags are current in Oregon.
    It was built new in 2002, and I *think* I am the second owner, but not sure.
    The PO used it for 2 Harleys, but he ought more Harleys and needed a bigger trailer.
    Floor has some oil/gas stains...from the Harleys, of course....:D

    I just don't use it anymore, and could use the $
    It fits my 990 with hard panniers and wife's DR200 with soft panniers easily, with lots of gear space leftover.
    It would likely fit three dirt bikes.

    As far as weight, a similar new Brown Motorsports double axle trailer 6x12x6 is 1529 pounds, according to their website.
    They do not price new trailers on their website, it appears they are all custom made to order.
  9. 1911fan

    1911fan Master of the Obvious

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    Sure it was, I'd say that too!

    j/k :rofl

    If anybody's interested, I've seen this trailer, and Mrs1911fan and I debated buying it, but went smaller/cheaper. It's a nice trailer!


    1911fan
  10. BLU HWY

    BLU HWY Guilty By-Stander

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    25 gallons of Metro Paint in Arctic White; 5 gallon pails.

    Fresh paint, great coverage--unbeatable price. Can be tinted to suit your application.

    Well, I mis-ordered a couple of months ago & lost the receipt. :deal

    $195/ all...save a trip to the paint store.

    http://www.oregonmetro.gov/index.cfm/go/by.web/id=24992

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  11. Baroquenride

    Baroquenride Relaxing at the beach

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    I'm trying to buy a house and if it goes through I'll take at least one or all if I need to. Of course all bets are off if someone else beats me to it.
  12. guns_equal_freedom

    guns_equal_freedom Long timer

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    Hinshaws 20% off "One Regular Priced Accessory" Coupon.
    Expires 12/24/2012

    IM me your address and I'll send it to you for free. :D
  13. Belgian Waffles

    Belgian Waffles Been here awhile

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    Hi all. Looking for some bar risers to stick on my Transalp. Anyone in the valley?

    Thanks.
  14. XB12R

    XB12R Long timer

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    Something like a Garmin Dakota, Oregon, 76, 90, etc. it must be in good condition. I'll be using it mostly for hiking. Ron, 509 969 4999
  15. pckopp

    pckopp Aged Adventurer

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  16. Scott_PDX

    Scott_PDX Leisure Engineer

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  17. BLU HWY

    BLU HWY Guilty By-Stander

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    Noticed that Chris from Cycle Tune posted his DR 650 on the big FM.

    If you don't know him: www.cycletunepdx.com

    http://advrider.com/forums/showthread.php?t=842757

    $2800 obo

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  18. DiamondLie

    DiamondLie Banned

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    HJC Sy-Max II Flat Black Modular Helmet​


    Great condition. One summer of use. I still have the shield decals which I reapplied for the pictures. I also have the original box it came in with owners manual and hang tags. BONUS item - I will also throw in a replacement clear shield!! Anal/retentive owner who takes care of his stuff here! :lol3

    * DOT certified
    * Advanced fiberglass shell with polycarbonate chin bar provides lightweight, superior fit and comfort using advanced CAD technology
    * One-touch patent-pending integrated sun shield is smoke-tinted and deploys quickly/easily
    * Single-button chin bar and face shield release can be opened with one hand, even with gloves on
    * Advanced channeling ventilation system with full front-to-back airflow that flushes heat and humidity up and out
    * SilverCool moisture-wicking interior is odor-free, removable and washable
    * Optically-superior face shield provides 95% UV protection
    * Shield replacement system is quick and secure with tool-less removal and installation
    * Padded double D-ring anti-flutter retention strap
    * Built-in speaker pockets
    * Helmet is lightweight - 3 lb., 14 oz

    Paid MSRP of $265.99. How about $165.00 picked up (Spokane area) or $175.00 shipped?

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  19. vnp514

    vnp514 Been here awhile

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  20. edray

    edray cascadian

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