PNW Flea Market

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

  1. jrod

    jrod squidless

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    Bridgestone Trail Wings with 3500 miles on the pair. No holes, no repairs.

    Rear 152 150/70R17
    Front 101 110/80R19

    Free, no shipping. Eagle, ID

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  2. s1marks

    s1marks Mercedes

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    ****FOUND - Thanks Everyone***
    I'm looking to buy a RH passenger peg mounting bracket for an R1150GS (suspect they are the same for several models of BMW but not sure). Following is a picture of the piece that has "broken off" on mine, the plactic nub on the end is the thing that holds the system cases steady on the bike and stops them wiggling side to side when riding.

    Anyway if anyone has one locally please let me know. I'd like to get hold of one quickly if possible.

    Thanks Mark
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    This is what a new one looks like;

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  3. peterman

    peterman cop magnet

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  4. BigDave75

    BigDave75 Will Work for Food!

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    ****Correction Helmet size is extra small*****

    Sorry for any confusion.

    Brand new, never worn, still has tags.

    As title says this helmet is extra small and the color is black.

    Bought it for my wife last summer, paid $549.00

    $275 Firm (half price, brand new)

    David (503) 475-7967

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  5. BigDave75

    BigDave75 Will Work for Food!

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    PM sent.


  6. One Fat Roach

    One Fat Roach Long timer

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    Selling my pro tech boots by gaerne. Very, very light use. Size 11/46. They just don't fit right. Never off road. Still have original box. Asking $220 shipped or local pick up. Can't post photos but will gladly text or email pics.
  7. Romanousky

    Romanousky Been here awhile

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    I recently purchased a used KTM 690R that came with an extremely comfortable Renazco seat. Problem is, the bike is quite tall and I need every inch I can get to get a foot down....so I have an appointment to have a custom seat built next Friday (2/28). The seat has about 10K miles on it. No rips or tears. If I can make a local sale I'll hand over a bunch of waterproof treatment for the suede. I have already purchased a seat pan for my custom job so you can sell yours and not have to send it in to Renazco. You are welcome to come check it out in NE Portland....you won't be disappointed with the comfort level of this one. Like a couch. Hoping to get $300

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  8. wbedient

    wbedient MoTard

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    PM sent... VERY excited!
  9. ADVwnbe

    ADVwnbe Been here awhile

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    Hey gang I'm looking to undo the lowering of my DRZ400. Please let me know if you have some stock links and a seat you are willing to part with. Definitely willing to trade what I have if you are looking to lower your ride.
  10. Romanousky

    Romanousky Been here awhile

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    I have a small mountain of DRZ parts. I lowered my buddies so I may be able to locate some links. I also have a stock seat....what are you looking for?
  11. ADVwnbe

    ADVwnbe Been here awhile

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    Looking for stock links to bring bike back to stock height, and a stock (preferably all black) seat.

    Let me know!
  12. bdcorrigan

    bdcorrigan Been here awhile

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    Before I buy one off eBay I was hoping someone on here would have one?
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  13. Scott_PDX

    Scott_PDX Leisure Engineer

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    Did you try bending it back? Slap it in a vice - if it bent once, it'll bend again.

    Oh...and, congratulations for using the KLR like is SHOULD be used!
  14. peterman

    peterman cop magnet

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    big stable vise,, a good solid way to cause the bend you want,,get everything lined up in advance. then heat the living crap out of it and bend it back,,,if it melts off, you got it too hot!
    hot enough to burn the paint off, then a bit hotter should do,,,only heat where you want to bend. You may need a big bar with a,,aw hell, bring it here, I'll do it.:1drink
  15. Xcuvator

    Xcuvator Justa Venturer

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    I was thinking much the same.
    A method that has never failed me for various AL parts goes like this:
    Soot up the area to be heated with a dirty acetylene flame (a candle would probably work) then heat the part till the soot burns off and the area will be annealed allowing it to be straightened without breaking.
    Soot might burn off about the same temp as paint?
  16. bgt595

    bgt595 Adventurer

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    I'm in the process of tearing down and putting back together my new to me 2002 DRZ400S.

    It came with a slightly used white colored IMS large fuel tank that doesn't work to well with the Mishimoto radiators. The petcock for the tank stays with me, but the mounting tabs at the rear and the seat clip are on the tank already.

    I also have a decent condition full Yoshimura spark arrestor equipped exhaust.

    I'm just needing to clear out some bits and not looking for a fortune or preferably to have to ship these. The tank is actually currently installed on the bike cause my replacement Clarke tank is on its way, but the exhaust is just sitting in the shelf. I'll update my post tomorrow with pictures.

    Lets say $120 for the tank and $60 for the full system Yoshi.


    PM me for the quickest response.
  17. Wirespokes

    Wirespokes Beemerholics Anonymous

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    Hey, Xcuvator - let me know when's a good time to drop by!

    I've straightened aluminum stuff and never tried the soot trick. What I've done is clamp the thing in the vise and heat the lever or whatever while applying pressure in the direction I want it to bend. When the part is hot enough it will start to move.
  18. Romanousky

    Romanousky Been here awhile

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    I'll take the exhaust if it is in decent shape. Got a photo?
  19. Sliverpicker

    Sliverpicker Been here awhile

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    Remove from bike.

    Put on riding boots.

    Balance lever on hard surface.

    Stomp the sucker really hard !

    Problem solved. :D
  20. Boho Moto

    Boho Moto Adventurer

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    ... from what, I do not know. So, I've got something craptastic for you, and if you act now it could be yours for FREE FREE FREE! I've got an old wheel and tire from a dirt bike, the catch is that I don't know what bike it goes to. About a year ago a bought a 1971 Honda CL350 in pieces. As I was leaving the guy through one more bit in the back of the truck, this wheel. When I got home I realized that there was no way this wheel came off of a CL350 (clearly off of a dirt bike, too off-road aggresive for a 70s enduro). Anyway, I've attached a couple of pics, maybe someone can identify it. It has a 50 tooth sprocket on it, and the tire is 4.50-18 Kenda that reads "not for highway use" on it. The tire is probably old and hard, though it holds air fine and has a good bit of tread on it. The wheel looks to be straight and useable though not pretty (bit of rust here and there). If you want it, it's free. For local pickup only, it isn't worth shipping. I'm posting just because it seems a waste to chuck it. But I've no use for it. Anyway, I'm in the Shoreline, WA (North Seattle) area.

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