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Discussion in 'The Rockies – It's all downhill from here...' started by neduro, Mar 14, 2007.
It's in my garage.
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Ok. I've been cleaning out the garage and I have the following up for grabs:
Black Carhartt insulated coveralls size 32 x 34.
Summit racing cam degree kit:
Milwaukee 2 speed band saw and Milwaukee screw gun:
75 for the carhartts
75 for the cam degree kit SOLD
65 for the screw gun
band saw SOLD
Local buyers preferred in the Denver area
Will also take trades for KLR and V-strom stuff or riding gear.
Isn't this like the 9th or 10th DR650 he has bought, farkled, and sold? I've lost count.
Me or the seller?
I went and saw it in person.
unbelievable for a 7900 mile bike.
I think I might have left a little stain on it. just a little one.
Mike (Darmahman), hands down. You've had a KDX, TT-R, KTM, and a couple of DR's. Mike is in a different league.
I went to his place and looked at and almost bought a DR350 (441) of his before I built one of my XR600's. He does a great job....and at times I think I'm actually behind him in the buy/sell sweepstakes
Ah, yeah could't pass on a well setup DR. It's clean...like eat off the bike clean.
Oh, that explains...the uh...seat spot.
Needed: Gas tank for a 2008 v-strom 650 in the Denver area. Have a friend that rode down for an event, but the gas tank is so rusty she's not going to make it back to Canada. Please email justin.philipson < AT > gmail.com if you have a tank available. Thanks!
I have some specialized tools that I no longer have a need for:
Metalnerd tool kit for a VW TDI timing belt change (used once) - $50
<s>Ducati valve tappet depressor tool for doing valve clearance checks on 2V air-cooled Ducatis (used once) - $25</s>
Metalnerd tool for retracting the rear brake pistons on VW and Audi rear calipers (used several times) - $25
big pin wrench (brand new) - $50
PM me for more information on any of these.
Local pick-up preferred, but I'll ship if necessary. Shipping on the timing belt kit will be substantial as there's a large heavy wrench included, but the others are relatively compact.
The pants are gone and I need the jacket gone also!
You can have the jacket for $ 200.00 plus shipping or pick it up in Santa Fe.
I am buying the Klim pants to go with the jacket so come on this jacket needs to go!
I am also open to trades if ya got something I want, what that is I wont know until ya make me an offer i cant refuse.....
So I have up for sale either seperatly or as a set a Large Olympia 2 AST Jacket with the liner and Olympia Ranger 2 pants waist size 36 with the liner. The jacket is gray and black and the pants are black. Lots of pockets, and vents.
Check out the Olympia web site for a full description www.olympiamotosports.com
I love this gear but I have 2 sets and I bought a Klim Badlands jacket at RMAR so something has to go.
The AST jacket is waterproof and so are the pants with out using the liners. The liners are just for added warmth for winter riding. I have had the jacket and pants for about a year, they retail for $ 350.00 for the jacket and $ 149.00 for the pants.
The jacket and pants are in very good shape with no rips, tears or burns.
I will sell the complete set for $ 325.00 plus shipping or you pick them up in Santa Fe.
Or I will sell them separately for $ 250.00 for the jacket and $ 100.00 for the pants plus shipping or you pick them up in Santa Fe
PM me with any questions and Paypal works for payment.
Or make me an offer, ya never know..........
I will give it a few days here in the Rockies before It goes to the Flea Market
Dibs on the pants-PM sent.
Well the pants are gone, dam that was fast!
Jacket is still available $ 250.00 plus shipping or pick it up in Santa Fe..
That's what she said.
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I have last years El Mariachi (17" frame) of which I am the original owner. It has been ridden quite a bit but is still in good shape, despite some scuffs and scratches in the powder coat.
Right now It is set up as a single speed, but I was planning on putting the stock 2X10 SRAM X9 drivetrain back on it which I took off after two months of riding. It has been sitting in a box since. I can also set it up 1X10 or have an unridden Shimano Deore 1X9 setup and can easily form a 2X9 package if that floats your boat.
I have some Gravity Step Up cranks which will acompany any single ring front configuration or some FSA three hole majiggers or Shimano XT's for dual ringing. I can put Avid elixers or an older Shimano Saint Front, XT Rear brake setup on it as well. I have enough parts to cater to pretty much any interest.
I guess a baseline price for YFF's with the SRAM 2X10 setup with the Avids would be $900 and things change from there depending on what you want.
NEON WATERBOTTLE CAGES NOT INCLUDED.
2008 KTM Super Duke with 72xx miles
Everything on the bike is pretty much stock as it was from the factory with the following exceptions
1. G2 Throttle tube to smooth out the low end.
2. Clean tail kit that cleans up the big ugly stock license plate bracket
3. Michelin Pilot Road 3 tires - put on the bike at 4500 miles. Still a ton of life in them, many people see 10K miles from these tires, yet they still perform very well.
KTM factory tank bag w/rain cover that easily zips off it's base when not in use.
KTM short and "touring" windscreens. The "touring" one is the one shown on the bike, I know it's still tiny, but this is a naked bike
Factory "briefcase" with manuals and a copy of the service manual on DVD.
This is an awesomely fun bike but it's just time for something else for me. All services have been performed per the maintenance schedule recommended by KTM.
For ADV FF's I'll throw in the Wolfman "Wolftail" Tailbag I have for it.
Lower price for ADV FF's $7000, I'm sick of dealing with CL flakes The only trades I would be interested in late model (08 and newer) KTM 300, 450, 530's in XC, XC-W or EXC flavors or their Husaberg counterparts.
PM, call or text with any questions as I don't want to inadvertently miss a post here.
Located in Milliken, CO
Thanks for looking.
So.....someone just showed up off of craigs and bought it. Wow. Talk about timing. She was a good bike who introduced me to the real world of dual sporting.