PNW Flea Market

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

  1. Valleyrider

    Valleyrider I Survived The '60s

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  2. CavScout

    CavScout Adventurer

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    Posted in the big flea market, wanted to put it here too. And ask, is my price crazy? I've been trying to sell this beast for months. If anything it seems underpriced...I'm selling it for far less than I paid, and the only extras it had when I bought it were the boxes. ??

    2007 Suzuki V-Strom DL 650, non-ABS, in Eugene, Oregon. Set up for adventure touring: custom-built aluminum panniers, SW Motech crash bars, hand guards, flexible blinkers, SW Motech center stand, Enduro Guardian bash/skid plate, Giant Loop tank bag. Some cosmetic scrapes and bruises from dual sport rides.

    27,000 miles on it. Synthetic blend oil, very well taken care of (I do all my own maintenance), always garaged. Tires (Shinko 705s) are in great condition, mounted in September 2011. Comes with worn set of Anakee 2s.

    $4,200, will also consider partial trade for an XR650 or a DR650 plus cash. 541-913-2375

    More photos at this link.

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  3. yukonjon

    yukonjon Been here awhile

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    I don't think your asking anything unreasonable. Honestly, if I had seen this bike 2 months ago I would be on my way to meet you. Unfortunately I bought a 2004 650 instead. It's a good looking bike with all the right accessories. Prolly just a case of winter time approaching and people saving for christmas. Good luck with the sale. Wish I had waited and found this one.
  4. Ladybug0048

    Ladybug0048 Bug Sister

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  5. CavScout

    CavScout Adventurer

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    Thanks. I let the posting slide for a few weeks 2 months ago. Bummer! All the guys I ride with are going XR650 or DR650...which means I've been left behind while they go play on the single tracks. :cry Good to know I'm not nuts with my pricing.
  6. Mista Vern

    Mista Vern Knows all - tells some.

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    Nor has anyone else. :lol3
  7. crackhead

    crackhead Long timer

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    I have a brand new, never mounted Trail Tech Endurance for a KTM or Husaberg, TT part # 101-20. I bought it from an inmate here and its been sitting on a shelf ever since. Ill let it sit here for a while and then throw it on the main FM.

    ***SOLD***
  8. Mr. Cob

    Mr. Cob Howling "Mad", Adventurer

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    Howdy All,

    I recently bought a bunch of KLIM gear, Alas I am fatter then I thought. :cry

    ( Item #1 ) I bought a KLIM AGGRESSOR PANT LG Black.

    This is a great first layer for when its cold or just to be worn by itself under the KLIM or any other brand of OVERPANTS. I have worn these twice, I have a 40-42 inch waist and these thou they fit are tighter then I am comfortable with. These are in perfect shape, CLEAN NO FUNK, cost new $42.99 I'll sell for $28.00 Price does NOT include any shipping.

    ( Item #2 ) I bought a KLIM INFERNO PANT LG BLACK.

    This is a great second layer for when its colder and can be worn over the AGGRESSOR PANT or worn by itself under the KLIM or any other brand of OVERPANTS. I have worn these twice, again they fit but a bit snugger then I am comfortable with. These are in perfect shape, CLEAN NO FUNK, cost new $89.99 I'll sell for $60.00 Price does not include shipping.

    Heres your chance to pick up some excellent base layer type gear at a very good cost my lose your gain. The INFERNO PANTS are heavy enough and have pockets they make a very good lounge around the camp fire pant before or after the ride. I reordered the very same gear only this time in size XL instead of LG, I have been very pleased with the gear I am just more of a FF then I thought I was.
  9. rudedawg

    rudedawg Rudedawg

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    I ended up with one of each, got it covered
  10. MiteyF

    MiteyF Long timer

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    ^^^^

    I don't know how hard up for cash you are, or if you just want to get rid of it, but if you part that out (especially on egay) you're probably looking at at LEAST double that.

    Just FYI
  11. XB12R

    XB12R Long timer

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    Thanks for the info. I have it on Craig's list also for more and have a lot of interest. I like to give the ADV guys first shot just because I like it here. :D
  12. mr. matteeanne

    mr. matteeanne Bender can pass him

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  13. Ladukebob

    Ladukebob lost in hood river

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    Bought this workout machine about 10 years ago and used it a few weeks every year come hell or high water. Nautilas doesn't make this model anymore or I would post a link for the specs. But I can tell you it makes one hell of a drying rack for wet ski clothing. Or moto gear depending on the season. This thing is in like new condition other then the little number tabs peeling off the weights. Hate to admit how much we spent on it, you can't put a price on a good quality drying rack.

    $375 takes it home. Don't spend another winter leaving your wet clothes laying on the floor :D

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    http://kleinsmith.zenfolio.com/p900241401/h4e22257e#h4e22804a
  14. clapped_r6

    clapped_r6 The Spoad Warrior

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    Leatt brace, GPX, size M. not using it anymore

    fancy carbon fiber post. a little free dirt too.

    $160 ADV price, youpickup
  15. soyanarchisto

    soyanarchisto Long timer

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    You know you've always wanted one and now is your chance! Maybe not exactly the hack you envisioned but hey, baby steps man!

    This bad boy is called the Chariot SideCarrier and when new sold for over $500! They are not making these remarkable devices anymore so don't let this one slip by. I bought it to cart my red heeler to the office with me but he wasn't too keen on the whole idea (lazy bastard). My loss is your gain as my dreams of hackdom circle the drain.

    Its used and shows some where and tear. Its supposed to fit on any bike but I have my doubts about that. If you are truly interested I recommend bringing the bike you want to connect it to and giving it a try. It has a rain fly and a harness system to keep the little one firmly in place as you go ripping down the tarmac.

    Here's a link to the former REI site: http://www.rei.com/product/753239/chariot-carriers-sidecarrier

    $200 gets you rolling like a boss (OBO).

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  16. Factory Phil

    Factory Phil Adventurer

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    Might be a long shot, but if you are a drag racer or know of one, pass this along. They are used, but in great shape. No longer need this and a lot of other quarter mile stuff.

    LSM PC-100: Adjustable on-head valve spring pressure tester for various shaft style and stud mount roller rocker systems. It features a 0-600lb gauge. Comes with adjustable shim kit which enables adjustment to within .050 of rocker arm pivot length. Includes set-up and adjustment guide. This tester has a 600# gauge. This tester was used on my 15 and 12 degree small block chevy motors. Once with Jesel rockers and one with T&D, both shaft rockers. The springs I had were about 350 on the seat. Link: http://lsmproducts.com/pc100.htm

    LSM SC-100: Small Block Chevy w/Jesel, T&D
    Buick w/Jesel
    Dodge W-8 w/Jesel
    FE Ford - Jesel only
    Chrysler Indy 440-1 head w/Jesel
    Barton Hemi exhaust only w/slight modification. I used these with a small block chevy with 18 degree heads. I also had a set of 15 degree heads rolled to 12 degrees and worked fantastic. Link: http://lsmproducts.com/sc100.htm

    I payed over $500 for them new. $350 or best offer.

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    Thanks
  17. redbastard

    redbastard Long timer

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    Selling the Touratech bash plate off my F800GS. Also selling the oil filter gaurd.

    Sold !
  18. soyanarchisto

    soyanarchisto Long timer

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    I can't believe none of you adventurers have laid claim to that bicycle sidecar!
  19. DireWolf

    DireWolf Knees in the Breeze

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    That looks different than the one in the link.

    What's going on on the left end there?
  20. soyanarchisto

    soyanarchisto Long timer

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    There are different configurations. We chose the chaise option which is whats going on at the left side of the photo.