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Discussion in 'The Rockies – It's all downhill from here...' started by neduro, Mar 14, 2007.
Little hard to carry along:eek1
Cee Bailey Commuter Windshield with bracket for 2008 and up Kawasaki KLR650. $50 Picked up in Summit County, CO or will ship at buyers cost,(probably around $20). Minor wear with one scratch that will probably buff out.
Have you guys tried the new Motion Pro BeadPro levers?
They work awesome and will break the bead on a 950 wheel. Easier to carry than a hi-lift, too!
I've been eyeing them. They look like great tools. High lifts are called jacks. But they are really only good for breaking stuff.
I tried them on my 950 rear, they work awesome!
Wait 6 months and sell this truck! I can't buy right now!
Selling my 1999 KTM 640 Adventure - only $2300
Located in lovely Durango, CO
You can see the ad in Flea Market:
I'll make a great deal on my 2006 300 XC-W. Normally, I spend 3 hours detailing a bike before selling. I'm not enthused about spending all that time on cosmetics. The mechanics are all in excellent condition. Only 4-5 rides on a new top end and fresh suspension. I want room in my garage for the winter. If I can't get this price now, I'll detail the bike and relist it in the spring.
$2700 ADVr special for the next 30 days.
A few details:
Slavens revalved suspension.
New GPR steering damper.
Flatland skid plate.
Cycra hand guards.
Rekluse clutch (went thru it over the winter, looks great)
Gnarly torque pipe with eline carbon fiber protector.
Upgraded to VForce reeds
I just had the bike out last Friday and it runs great.
I won't be able to post more pictures until next week. Send a PM if you are interested in kicking the tires.
SOLD -Don't got them. Some skinny person would love these! Size 32!
No kids + a 3 car garage and you still need more room??? I'm thinking someone is getting some sleds...
Still got them. Some skinny person would love these! Size 32!
Skinny guy here, PM'd ya
Don't make me count how many bikes are currently out there.
What we really need is some basement storage area, or another shed. There's a pile of stuff out there taking up almost an entire stall.
Hey, I'm not going there. We all have our own hobbies. Paula does have hobbies in addition to motorcycles. The fiber hobby is taking up a big chunk of our living space.
I thought fiber was supposed to reduce the load?
Don't get me started on the steamy underworld of the fiber community. The top of the process is guys like Shearboy. It ends with piles of mechanical contraptions that take up a lot of real estate. I'm an enabler in much the same way that Paula enables my addictions.
500$ ???? please????
Damn didnt think so!