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

  1. enumclaw

    enumclaw I just....don't know

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    I don't live too far from the 4corners guy selling everything he walks past every day :lol3, and I'd be willing to help get some of his stuff shipped out to you guys too far away for a local pickup, just for the cost of the shipping, and of course a beer at some point in the future.
  2. 4corners14

    4corners14 Been here awhile

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    :clap:clap:clap:clap:clap:clap:clap:clap:clap:clap:clap:clap:clap:clap:clap......maybe a couple of beers from me too!


  3. 4corners14

    4corners14 Been here awhile

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    I had several requests to see the Tommy Bahama shirts ....so here they are! I'll number them so you can tell me which numbers you like. All of them are $15 except a couple at the bottom...as far as I can tell they're all size XL's I'll be removing them as they sell. Please PM me so I can keep a pecking order...


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    19. Tommy Bahama 1/4 Zip Sweater $20
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  4. 4corners14

    4corners14 Been here awhile

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    I really didn't plan on selling this, but it needs to go. I'll make an inmate a great deal. I've got over 21,000 invested in this over the last 3 years. I'll sell it today for $12,000 OBO. It has just over 21K original miles and about 56 hrs on the generator. Motor is 454 Chev. It runs strong. I think it's a 70 gal tank. I've driven it less than 1,000 miles total since I bought it. Chrome wheels. Queen pedestal in the rear. Sleeps 6 or so depending on how big the folks are. The only thing I needed to replace that I haven't is the rear suspension air bags. I was going to have Schwab do it in the spring. Unit has a working furnace and Dual Air Conditioners. Lots of storage compartments including a large rear compartment and four awnings. It was quite the showpiece when it first came out. I think it was sold new for $68,560 in 1990.

    I'll try and remember here all the things that I've replaced with new.
    New 3 Way Frig, New Black Water Tank, 6 New Tires, New Batteries, New Drivers Side Windshield, New Exhaust (I think ,can't remember for sure),

    PM me if you have additional questions please.

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  5. soyanarchisto

    soyanarchisto Long timer

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    Any climbers in da house? Life goes on, interests change and I haven't used this stuff in ages so I am hopeful someone else can put it to use. Everything is sold as-is with no warranties. In fact, the slings on the cams should probably be replaced. Everything was stored in a rubbermaid container and not in direct sunlight. Everything is also used and shows signs of wear but the hardware is fine.

    There are a total of 18 cams (a mix, but mostly Wild Country and Metolious and one BD). A set of stoppers. Pair of ascenders. A set of regular daisies, adjustable daisies, adjustable aiders, and ladder aiders. If you want them I will even throw in the antique belay devices, pullies, the metolius harness pack and the gear sling you see in the photos.

    I'd like to get $400 obo for everything you see here. I am willing to part it out but would prefer selling it all at once.

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  6. bdcorrigan

    bdcorrigan Been here awhile

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    Looking to pick up some Combat Touring Boots not too beat up size 11.5 (46) according to their website.
  7. HAYVIATOR

    HAYVIATOR Don't be me dude.

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    I know some of us have a HD in the stable too, so thought I'd offer this up here first. I've got a gift card from Sound Harley with $780.26 remaining on it and the odds of me growing tits are greater than me putting another dollar into anything HD currently produces. I'll let it go to an inmate for $680, that's about a $100 off for doing nothing but paying attention and being a tight-wad like myself . Happy to meet buyer at dealership to verify balance & make the transaction.
  8. HAYVIATOR

    HAYVIATOR Don't be me dude.

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    Wound-up with two strollers, only one baby. These are the Cadillac of jogging strollers, I believe $400 at REI. Black in color, remote locking front wheel. This one has literally been around the block a COUPLE of times, it is essentially brand-new minus the box. I also have a "Chicco" carseat adapter ($60) that I'll throw-in if that's the brand of carseat you're using. $300 to an inmate

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  9. DireWolf

    DireWolf Knees in the Breeze

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    INTERESTED IN THOSE TWO WEE PULLIES (IF THEY ARE JUST PULLEYS) if no one takes the lot and you part it out.

    Damn cap lock.
  10. Mossy-Back

    Mossy-Back Brown Falcon

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    HID bi-xenon bulb kit for an H4 bulb, 35w, 6000k

    $15 shipped, $10 local pick up in Corvallis

    Had it installed on my XR for 2 weeks. Very bright, but wasn't great in the fog. The HID low-beam aims well, but the halogen "high beam" was off a bit (don't see why you'd even use it though). Completely plug-n-play, no wire splicing, weather-pack connectors.

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  11. bdcorrigan

    bdcorrigan Been here awhile

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    Dibs pm sent
  12. Mossy-Back

    Mossy-Back Brown Falcon

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    You are first in line. One other behind you.
  13. catneck

    catneck Rabid Motorcyclist

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    Next in line.
    If it gets to me, I'll pick it up!
  14. Mossy-Back

    Mossy-Back Brown Falcon

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    Looks doubtful. Four others ahead of you.
  15. tblume

    tblume Long timer

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    KLX 250/300 seat foam and cover, no pan- just did a seat concepts build. Foam and cover are in good shape, no tears or cuts or major wear on cover, foam is solid, minor tear (1 inch) in the front where I got over-zealous taking it off the pan, non issue.

    located in PDX, local pickup or you buy a USPS ticket to where you are.
  16. 1911fan

    1911fan Master of the Obvious

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    Mine now, we'll work out the details.


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  17. bensgone

    bensgone Been here awhile

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    KLX 250/300 foam and cover, FREE!

    I think I have a skid plate also for a 300 hanging around pm me if you ride one.
  18. Mossy-Back

    Mossy-Back Brown Falcon

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    ***sold***


  19. tblume

    tblume Long timer

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    Pm'd
  20. huzar

    huzar Pastor of Muppets

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    That's a good deal on a good assortment of gear. Our intermediate climbing course will be starting in a couple of months -- I'll have to forward this to some of the students taking the class to see if any of them want a starter (and then some) rack.

    Of course, I should probably do the same with my climbing gear :cry