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Discussion in 'The Rockies – It's all downhill from here...' started by neduro, Mar 14, 2007.
Leave the gun, take the cannoli. Or, in adv-terms, sell the Harley, keep the KTM.
Well, for a hypocritical censor that's not bad advice....
After I posted about the 2003 XR400R and I gave out some info to the interested folks, I talked to the owner and convinced him not to advertise it locally until you guys had your chance.
1999 Chevrolet Tahoe LS - 4x4
5.2L - V8 Vortec Engine
Rear air, roof rack, tow package, tape & CD, power everything
121,8XX miles -- 11k left on full extended warranty (included with sale)
Very clean and super reliable.
Really a great car -- I'd love to keep it but I have too many cars and toys to justify the payment...
The GS is gone, now the stuff needs to go also.
Wunderlich rear seat bag, for 1100/1150GS specifically. This guy:
Has the seat mount that wraps around all 4 sides of the passenger seat.
Condition: pretty damn good. Definitely dusty, looks like it's been on the shelf a long while. I honestly don't think it has ever been on a moving bike. I snagged it off of ebay and never got to a trip that needed that much packing (my bad).
Santa Cruz says $189.95 plus shipping, I say $75 to a local ADVrider.
I'm hoping that either the west side of the Rockies or the east side will be interested in a few items I need to sell.....so here's a list......
XR650R gas tank - IMS 3.2 gallons. Will easily ship around the Rockies for $10-15. Asking price $85 + exact shipping if necessary.
BMW single spark 1100/1150 valve cover guards. Should easily ship for $5-10. Asking price $70 plus that shipping if needed.
And I have a moderately dented 1100/1150 GS standard gas tank. It's off an '02 with no rust and only a few light scratches. The rondels and graphics are good, the paint is shiney. I was going to knock out the dent and use it for a project but do not have the time. I only want to get my money back out of it so $130 including shipping. I think it's a great deal for the right fellow AdvRider.
More stuff coming......
All my stuff went in a flea market thread here...
Lotsa garmin accessories, Bohn back protector, sidi dirt boots, etc...
A set of these, used:
(need to get this to run them)
and these (also used):
DOH Where have I been ?? Make it $150???
Oh BTW: It is Orange. LOL:
Here you go.
They are not stinky but they are not new DOH!. The boots need a little work. You get what you pay for
Give me a call on my cell. It is in my profile.
i cant do that color, if it was black...
I have had very good luck with upholstery paint, especially black.. I am not intersted in the seat but dont let the color stand in your way of a good deal.
WTB- KLR stock seat in good shape. Preferably not purple.
I'm jonesin' for a 1050 Tiger. Anyone wanna buy my 01 955 Tiger and or 03 Daytona 955i? Both are great bikes, both are gonna have to go.
These are almost the same boots Goose wore in Mad Max. Check them out.
The only difference is that they don't have the long straps/buckles. They have a shorter cam attachment. And they are white. Forget that they are white. The important thing is that they have the super cool metal shin plate. Any decent cobler can dye them whatever color you want. The point is that no matter what color you dye them, the metal shin plate will still be shiny.
I bought these off the inartnets some years ago when I thought I was going to be retro and ride a 79 XR250. The first problem was that riding a 79 XR250 is not nearly as much fun as riding a 95 300EXC. The second problem is that my feet would not fit in these boots.
Guy I bought them from told me they were size 10. I wear a size ten Alpinestar road and MX boot. But I could NOT get my foot in these at all. So they may be a nine. I don't know. Stick your own damn foot in them if you want to know if they'll fit you.
The point is that I'm tired of looking at them. They are not perfect, they are used, they have some small cracks. But the point is that if the ruby slipper fits, you can have them dyed any color you want, and the metal shin plate will still be kickass shiny metal.
You can have these in trade for a 12 pack of beer from Victory Brewing company. You can get that at Liquor Mart or other reputable shop. This price is non negotiable.
At this price, I can't be bothered to take pictures. Stop by my house in north Boulder if you want to try them on.
I have a really large, sturdy, weather proof dog house available. (no my dog did not die. We've had dogs for 15 years and neither of them have ever used this damn thing. I'm just tired of looking at it.) Does not leak. Cedar shingles.
Interior dimensions are 40" square. Height is 54" at the crown. This thing is well built. It is 2x4 frame with plywood facings, and some type of insulation between. So that's 4" of insulation around. I've never spent a winter's night it it, but my guess is that with a decent door cover on it and some straw or other insulating bedding, this thing would be quite comfy. Certainly more serious than one of those absurb plastic igloo type houses. Those suck.
This thing weighs a ton. I don't know how much, but I know I can't move it myself. Bring some strong friends. It's possible that we will not be able to fit it thru the gate and may actually have to lift it over the fence to get it out of the yard. In that case i'll knock $15 off the price.
I'm in North Boulder if you want to have a look.
I have a serious (i.e. professional) butcher block table available. My wife works at a culinary school and someone gave it to us. It's sweet, but too big for our little house. In fact, it will not fit thru the front door. So we don't have room for it.
This thing is 34" tall and 30" square. My guess is that it weighs 85lbs. One important thing to note is that the damn legs don't come off. So if it does not fit thru your door, you are SOL.
I'm not sure what the wood is. Oak I would guess. It could use a thorough sanding. I don't think you want to finish the actual cutting surface, unless you use Teak oil or something natural.
You could chop onions and mushrooms and peppers on this bastage, but what would be the point? If all you want to chop is vegetables, this butcher block is not for you. Get a cutting board that sets on a counter.
This thing is made for cutting meat. Not just cutting it, but friggin chopping it, with a powerful over-the-head tomahawk motion. It's not long enough to prepare venison, but you could put a short, squat hog on this thing and have your way with it. Cut that sombitch up the way you want. Use a hatchet if you need to. This butcher block won't care. It's overbuilt.
Compare it to these blocks that sell for hundreds more! http://www.125west.com/John_Boos_Kitchen_Butcher_Blocks_Work_Tables_Butcher_Blocks_butcher_block.html
nice butcher block table. my parents have a huge one in their home that is a full size table with drawers underneath. the damn thing weighs probably 600-700 pounds. my dad got in belgium from a guy who owned a restaurant.
large dog house $100
There's no way in hell Peanut fits in that house. :)
Cool boots! I wish my feet were a size smaller