Rocky Mountain Flea Market

Discussion in 'The Rockies – It's all downhill from here...' started by neduro, Mar 14, 2007.

  1. MeterPig

    MeterPig Meh

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    Great story and beautiful bike. I recommend throwing it up on the larger flea market.


  2. Assfault

    Assfault Exposed Member

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    Done already, and thank you.
  3. Flash412

    Flash412 Elk Biffer

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    $75 OBO

    Bridgestone BT-020R 200/60-16 rear tire is barely used at all. (The bike now has different size wheels.)
    Plenty of tread left in the center as well as the sides. Waste it away doing burnouts for all I care.

    Fits Kawasaki Vulcan 2000 years 2004-2009 among others.

    Save $100 or more compared to the cost of a new rear tire.
    Contact me to arrange pick-up in or near Fort Collins. Will not ship.
  4. bodhizafa

    bodhizafa How hard can it be?

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  5. bodhizafa

    bodhizafa How hard can it be?

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    MSR stove and a 1/2 used fuel canister. Got a newer stove so no need for this one. Works great. $25 SALE PENDING
  6. bodhizafa

    bodhizafa How hard can it be?

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  7. GSA2go

    GSA2go Banned

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    I'll take the bike carrier and the msr stove. Pm coming
  8. MrBob

    MrBob Knee-jerk liberal

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    Have one unopened bundle and a few pieces left over from a flooring job. This is, I think, one step down from Pergo's top of the line and each plank has foam backing which makes a pad optional. It's treated for stain resistance and the pieces click together without glue.
    One bundle covers 17.59 sq. ft. and with the extra pieces I think you could figure coverage for just under 18 sq.ft.; perfect for an entryway or closet, etc. I paid about 60.00 per bundle at Lowes.
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  9. Harpua

    Harpua formerly josdavlar

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    i would keep that extra pergo in case you drop something that might damage the floor and would like to replace a plank.

    just sayin'.
  10. Jumpin' Jack

    Jumpin' Jack n00b

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    I could use a rear rack for my '84 XL350R if anyone
    has one for sale.
  11. MeterPig

    MeterPig Meh

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    Anyone have a cx-5 clear windscreen that fits ashoei rf1000 helmet? Need one ASAP.
  12. RetrogradE

    RetrogradE Banned

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    Fellas,

    My neighbor owns / runs Rotopax and he feeds me some factory seconds now and again--I've got a few right now and I'd like to pass the savings onto fellow inmates.

    Here are the prices. Unfortunately, they're not OBO since I make about $2 for running around, posting, and shipping them. Just doing this to hook up other ADV riders.

    1 Gallon Factory Second Fuel Tank: $30 (MSPR $50). There is a slight discoloration on the inside of the neck that you'll never notice. I've used these tanks for years w/o issue.

    1 Gallon Water tanks (not factory seconds) $25 (MSRP $30). I have 2 in white, and 3 in black. The Black tanks aren't even listed on their website--super cool / rare.

    Single Mount packs with mounting hardware (factory firsts): $25

    Extensions $15 (MSPR $20) so you can convert from single to double capacity within a few seconds.

    Shipping:

    I can fit 1 tank and loads of hardware into a medium flat rate Priority box. So, Shipping for 1 tank and 1++ mounts is $12.

    I might be able to save you $2-3 if you go parcel post (or want to get a large volume), but that's it.


    PM me or email me at davismfg at gmail. That's also my paypal account if you want to pay me directly. I can accept the money as a gift (preferred), or regular goods if you're more comfortable with that. And I dispatch the same day you pay.

    Steven
  13. Xtremjeepn

    Xtremjeepn Motorhead!

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    I have a good condition Corbin seat for an single cyl BMW F650GS

    New the are $439 before shipping.:eek1

    I'll take $275

    http://corbin.com/bmw/f650dakar.shtml

    I'll add an actual photo soon.
  14. sjeproductions

    sjeproductions Been here awhile

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    Hey Guys,

    I just bought this 2006 KTM 950 Adventure in Vermont and it should be arriving on my doorstep in Boulder around the end of the month or sooner. :clap

    I am selling the Jesse Panniers and Rack (as a set) for $1050 plus shipping or BO, but thought I'd get the word our locally so perhaps I can avoid the shipping all together. The racks and panniers look like they have never been used, but the right one does have a dent from where I imagine the previous owner dropped the bike. Honestly I wasn't able to really calculate the price of the pannier and rack setup from their website, so I had to do a bit of educated guessing. :D

    I also will be selling or willing to trade the Pivot Pegz foot pegs for a comparable set for my bike. If you want to buy, $100 for the pair and they too are in like new condition. Heck the bike has only been ridden less than 2000 miles in the past 4 years! :huh

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  15. Geek

    Geek oot & aboot

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    Congrats on finding the one!!! :freaky. I might be interested in the pivot pegs... Give a shout when you get it.


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  16. tgeliot

    tgeliot Topher

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    There have been debates here and elsewhere as to what the real differences are between the "water" and "fuel" containers. Some people assert that the "water" containers won't resist fuel, others say they're fine; some say that the plastic used in the "fuel" containers is not certified for contact with drinking water (maybe it leaches out chemicals that are bad for us or something, who knows). Others assert that the only difference is color.

    It sounds like you're in a position to get the truth straight from the horse's mouth. Can you please ask him?

    Thanks
  17. rtadlock

    rtadlock Long timer

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  18. Geek

    Geek oot & aboot

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    Rob I'll take the Bivvy :freaky
  19. _Magoo_

    _Magoo_ master of disaster....

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    and I'll take the sleeping pad!........:rofl.......(friggin' Canuck)..:deal
  20. Rogue_Ryder

    Rogue_Ryder

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    $1200 ridden for only one season in the Santa Cruz Mountains my guess is a maximum of 200 miles. I built it up in December 2010, bought the frame off of a guy who had gotten it as a replacement after leaving his 1st one on the roof of the car and driving it into the front of his garage :doh anyway it has SRAM X-9 components, BB7 Discs and Shimano SLX crank and WTB wheels with XT hubs. Suspension is all FOX, Float-RLT fork was redone in 2010 by PUSH Industries and had the higher volume kit put in at a cost of $321. For those of you not familiar with Mountain Cycle they are hand built frames made in the USA. They're really popular with downhill MTB'rs but this is a more than competent XC bike (Jamis Dakar was pretty much an exact copy from 07-10).
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