Rocky Mountain Flea Market

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

  1. RTWADVGuy

    RTWADVGuy Banned

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    I need the folding end of an aluminum shifter. If you have a broken lever let me know! Basically need about half of the lever is all. Dont care what it fits as long as it is aluminum! Around Denver/Lakewood wouldbe even better


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    If anyone has a steel folding shift lever for an XR650R. I can just replace the stock one and cut it up to use it for my project. Thanks
  2. Blakebird

    Blakebird r-u-n-n-o-f-t

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    those are great tankbags - I've been using a Rainier for years, it fit everything from the FJR to the Stelvio and a few in between.
  3. barko1

    barko1 barko1

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    Looks like it belongs in a flea market, seems you had good intentions :D This thread was discussing using a trials bike as a commuter :lol3

    Post one on this thread says:
    Folks- per our discussion, a thread for anything you've got for sale that's available to folks around here. Per the flea market rules, no gun sales, and don't be a greedy bastard or a liar.
  4. Downhill Dave

    Downhill Dave Busco aventura

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    And don't have thin skin. :lol3
  5. grub

    grub Requires Supervision

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    Hey Mr. Blake,

    I sold one with my Wee a few years ago and haven't needed one since with the bikes I have owned but since I bought the KLR this spring I have been missing it pretty bad. This one will be staying in the family.
  6. James Adams

    James Adams ɹǝsn uʍop ǝpᴉsdn Administrator

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    It's a great bag, very spacious and lots of useful pockets, but it's just in the way for me. I'm sure I'll buy another Wolfman, just a smaller one. :D
  7. atokad

    atokad wan⋅der⋅lust

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    Bump - Last chance, I have to mail it back Monday if no one wants it this weekend.

    Just got this and determined I need the 50' hose. Thought I could wind my 50" hose onto it and use their 25' hose to connect to it, but the inner hub is sized according to a 25" or 50" hose and my idea did not work.

    It will cost me $$$ for return shipping.
    Will be available for about 10 days or until someone buys it, otherwise I will pay the shipping and return it.

    $55 - for local pickup to an inmate.
    Can deliver anywhere between Castle Rock and Coors Stadium off of I-25
    Kirk at: 7 -Two - 0 346 0 - three 9 - three

    Here's the link to where I bought it, $69.99 new.
    http://www.maxtool.com/us/products/CP3634.asp
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  8. Inane Cathode

    Inane Cathode Cheated Anion

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    Bump for the last price drop to $3500. Not worth selling it for less. Still interested in trades. Been criagslister'd by a couple people already over PMs so, hopefully thats over with.
  9. 32x20

    32x20 Been here awhile

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  10. pfb

    pfb Riding, not skiing.

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    DL1000's are great low cost ADV touring bikes... Super nice for two-up, and although they complain a bit, can actually get through some fairly tricky terrain. But think 'big-pig' BMW R1150GS, not KTM 950.

    Smooth power, comfy, nice in the twistys. Way better than a KLR for most higway/back-road/jeep road riding IMHO. Obviously not as good if you get into the gnar, but way more fun to get there.

    Tune the EFI a yoshi box (I have one if anybody needs it), put on some DS tires, decent handlebars, KLR footpegs, folding mirrors and you're good to bo!

    Pauls tip: Put a skid plate on it BEFORE you go riding with Geek... :rofl


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  11. Ben Rainchild

    Ben Rainchild Motoja

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    I'm looking to sell my OEM gas tank(Good) in silver and side Fairing(fair) in black. I put a Safari tank on it and can't imagine why I would ever use it again. I also have the happy trails nerf bars. I may soon be parting with the front Fairing, headlight and dash board. I don't know what to ask($) so make me an offer. The parts are in northern New Mexico.
  12. MrBob

    MrBob Certified Geezer

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    It has ten minutes of use. I ordered it from Amazon for 32.95.
    While it was running I set it on my gravel driveway where it jumped around enough to scratch the back so I don't think I can return it.
    25.00 pickup in Longmont.

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  13. Inane Cathode

    Inane Cathode Cheated Anion

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    I really love it, its just great. I use it for street riding only though, i have an old crappy dirt bike i use offroad. I wish suzuki made a sport touring v-1000. Kinda like a illegitimate love child of a sv1000 and a dl1000.
    The problem im having its its a little too practical. I've got a big heavy goldwing for long street trips, and an old crappy dirtbike for off roading, and the vstrom kinda does both those things pretty well so i have no reason to ride anything else anymore. Too practical, if that makes sense. That, and its not 100% stable at +100mph speeds, nothing terrifying, just a little weebly wobbly.
    I love the powerplant in it though, floyd hill is hilarious with it, just gets louder instead of slowing down, haha.
  14. pfb

    pfb Riding, not skiing.

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    I was trying to help you pitch it to a potential buyer, not trying to convince you to keep it :lol3
  15. Inane Cathode

    Inane Cathode Cheated Anion

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    Hah, well. I'm convinced to sell it :p, thats why its for sale :deal
    Potential buyer should buy it because it'll do 90 up green mountain, and still take you over some of the gnarlier passes.
  16. RustySpokes

    RustySpokes Two-bit throttle bum

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    :ear Love my 1K Strom but it could use a little tweaking...
  17. pfb

    pfb Riding, not skiing.

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    Well I don't get down to Pueblo very often, but if you get up to Denver it's pretty quick and easy to do.
  18. atokad

    atokad wan⋅der⋅lust

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    Could easily do and ADV'er handoff.

    I work downtown, live in Castle Rock and ride to the Springs area a lot....:deal
  19. RustySpokes

    RustySpokes Two-bit throttle bum

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    I get to Denver semi- regularly, I could certainly make a special trip too for such a generous offer. Whatever works for you Pfb!
  20. Tha Rick

    Tha Rick Shake and bake!

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    PM Sent!!