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Discussion in 'Pacific Northwet - Where it's green. And wet.' started by DantesDame, Aug 25, 2008.
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Nope, that's my girlfriend's DR200, sorry
Please post a pic or two of the flip-up wheel chocks, or PM me if you want. I might be interested!
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WTB: 14" Tires
I'm looking for a pair of tires for my bike trailer. 205/75r14 or 195/75r14 would work just fine. They don't need to be a matching pair, but I would like to get similar tread depth. Looking to spend about $40. If you've got something laying around that's not rotted let me know.
These tires are available new at Costco for $85 each. Bridgestone insignia SE. Got them for my old accord.
I sent you a PM.
You can buy brand new trailer tires mounted on brand new steel wheels for less than what it costs for the tire.
Have a look here:
They have really quick shipping and good customer service too.
go to a used tire shop
Does anyone have a soda blasting setup or know of somebody offering the service in the Portland area?
I'm rebuilding some Showa forks...and I'd like to freshen up the finish on the lower legs before I bolt it all back together..
Also, I'd be willing to trade a 12 pack if I can use someones 35mm fork seal driver tool.
Thanks for any leads or advice you can provide..
Do you have a (decent sized) compressor? You can build a soda blaster that's good enough for occasional work for about $10. Super easy. If you're interested, try google or PM me.
Hey man ... I do - Call me and I will help you out - 503-224-9985. I have a blaster set up. Sorry, no go on that size fork drivers though.
I would like to buy a little 50cc kids bike.
Shoot me a PM if you're lookin' to sell!
Not sure why the last one was junked. I think it was because I implied I was helping sell it for a friend. There are personal reasons I'm involved in the sale of this and I'll leave it at that.
This bike is a total cream puff. Very low miles for what was probably a bike in the upper $20k-30K range with farkles. 11k miles and almost half the price.
Need a $200 trailer
It has come to my attention that I need a trailer.
Not enclosed. I intend to use this as a motorcycle and landscape trailer.
Not flat. I need sides or rails to affix sides to at least 1 foot tall.
In condition to haul 1-3 motorcycles down the freeway for 3-6 hours, or 1000-1500 pounds of yard waste to the place that takes yard waste.
Ugly is fine. Functional is required.
Somewhere between Olympia and Bellingham, and on the west side of the cascades--unless you want to meet at/near a vintage or dual sport event...then we can talk.
Yes, I can get a harbor freight trailer, brand new for $250ish, but it won't have sides/rails, and affixing those would push me over my budget--and the tires still wouldn't be up to my hauling needs.
budget is flexible within 150%-ish...but don't try to sell me your $1000 trailer. really.
The osb is all painted now...I can get you a current picture.
It has a Title.
I'm in Auburn, Wa.
I've hauled 2 yards of bark in it at once.
I sent you a pm!
I just returned it