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Discussion in 'The Rockies – It's all downhill from here...' started by neduro, Mar 14, 2007.
Every man cave needs a good hide a bed for those dog house days
Tacoma sold today! Thanks to all for their interest. Could have just left the ADV and COHVO stickers on it. Oh well. Hope it treats its new owner just as well as it has served me.
wish i could sell my old 3 rail trailer!
2011Husqvarna TC 449 Street Legal. Bike has approximately 4 hours of dual sport use. Aluminum hand guards, engine protector, radiator protector, tail rack w/ 1 gallon ROX- PAX, speedometer, headlight, tail light. Like new condition. Call Mike at 505-480-6025. Albuquerque, New Mexico
449 sounds perfect. Want to trade some furniture and a few months free lease in an amazing place near Old Town?
Perhaps this bike could use the "extra" 620 motor I'm finishing up.
Prolly just bolt right up..
Anyone have a block heater for a Powerstroke? I need an element and was hoping that someone here would have one before I order a new one.
I just posted this in the Flea Market, but maybe someone on the Western Slope is interested, as hunting season is pretty much here and this might be a sweet addition to a hunting camp.
It's a Goal Zero "Extreme 350 Explorer Kit" plus a portable tripod for keeping the panels off the dirt. The whole kit weighs less than 50 lbs, and the two mono-crystalline solar panels will charge to power pack in 6-12 hours. We powered LED lights, 2 laptops, a couple iPads, and the occasional camera battery for 5 weeks and never ran out of power.
It consists of:
1 x Extreme 350 watt hour Power Pack
2 x Boulder 30 watt Solar Panels
1 x Extreme Universal Inverter (UI)
1 x AC Wall Charger
1 x Boulder 30 Solar Tripod
5 x Quick clips to connect the 2 panels together
The inverter has a 110/220V AC, user switchable 400W max outlet, a 12v cigarette lighter-style port and a USB charging port. We would use a 2-USB 12 adapter to charge three devices at the same time.
It's a pretty slick set-up for someone looking to power their hunting camp, base camp or just looking for affordable back-up power. It's in great shape and only saw 5 weeks of use.
This cost about $1300, but I'd like to get $800 plus shipping for it.
Cycra Probend CRM Handguards, black shields, and 7/8 bar mounts.
I removed these from my KLX450R - they will work with either a 7/8 bar (current mounts) or could be used with a fat handlebar if you bought the 1 1/8 bar mounts.
There is some slight scratching on the covers from the previous owner but it's not too bad.
Cycra had them listed as a kit for $129.95 + shipping, so how about $60.00 cash?
I'm in Lakewood/Denver and can meet you somewhere along the front range (I'd rather not ship them at this time). Please send me a PM AFTER you call dibs on them here.
For sale this weekend only. Like new, adult owned, and hardly used. You plug the amp directly into the guitar jack and only you can hear yourself play in the headphones. Use the cheap ones that come with the amp or use your higher quality units.
My bass guitar has been sold so no use for this and I need money for a trip.
Pocket Rockit - 25.00
If you're selling seperatly, I'll take the snark tuner for my son.
I can leave the money when I get the other item from you
I'll take the practice amp if it's still available. I can pick it up next week when I'm back in town.
Check your PM's.
2006 Marin East Peak, 19" frame - $600
$1700 MSRP. Great condition, very few scratches and no dings or dent though it may need a fork rebuild or maybe just new fork seals because I left it upside down in storage for a few weeks and now one of the fork seals seems to be weeping a little. Everything else is ready to ride. I am not upgrading; I lost interest in XC and have much more interest in trials bicycles of which I already have two. I have no need for a third bike which I do not ride except maybe 3 times a year.
Build list here:
PM me if you're interested.
(not my picture, mines in storage and I don't have any pics of it but it looks identical, same color even)
Trailtech X2 HID $250
Used one season, scratched up and dirty but fully functional.
Baja Designs 4" Fuego "HID Driving" $240
Blue trim ring and poly protector.
Used for testing not used on a bike, excellent condition. link
I will update this post as items sell. If you still see it, it's still available. I take paypal, cash, and checks. I will ship (UPS only) to anywhere US (no Canada sorry) you pay actual shipping plus $10 for me to find a box and pack it up.
These items will stay exclusive to Rockies FM until Monday night. Then they go up on global ADV FM.
Please PM if you want something so we don't clutter up the thread with "dibs" posts. I won't be able to hold items for people, sorry
oh, and a couple of non motorcycle items...
iPhone 4 AT&T $250
GF upgraded to 4S, this was hers, no scratches. Comes with everything that came with it new.
Sony Alpha 5 $300
Minor cosmetic damage to front of lens ring and back top of body, was dropped on asphalt
I used it for a year after the drop and never had a problem.
Comes with 3 batteries, flash attachment, 4G card, wall charger, car charger, strap, and pelican case.
TV stand metal and black glass $60
Same deal as above post on shipping.
OK, so this is still for sale. How's this? For an inmate, $1000 with a newly rebuilt Rock Shox Reverb dropper post and a set of Syncros pedals.
Seriously, I'm ready to see this go and this is a hell of a deal.
The parts list:
Rockshox Lyrik fork with mission control damper
Fox Float R shock
Avid Code R front brake
Brand new Shimano XT rear brake
SRAM x7 derailleur
MRP bash guard
Sunline v-one stem
Funn fatboy bars
Race Face seat post - and a Reverb dropper post!
Commencal front wheel
Mavic 321 rear wheel with Sun hub
If you've ever thought of getting into bike trials...
Simtra ST1 trials bicycle - Complete and ready to ride - $900
Hope Pro II front hub
Chris King SS rear hub
Holzfeller cranks on Howizter BB
Avid BB7 brakes (arguable some of the best for trials, simple and powerful)
No dents, no dings, just scratches
Ask ateam (a member here from NM), this is a perfect beginner frame! It is capable of handling the abuse of someone rising on the learning curve and beyond...bike trials frames are considered consumable but this is one of the few frames that no one's ever reported breaking. As far as geometry and handling goes, that is also great for a beginner because the bottom bracket height is fairly low for the trials world. The only downside is that it isn't quite as light as the newest competition trials bikes but those same frames are fragile compared to this beast. Really, the only downside for a trials beginner on this bike is the vulnerability of the disc brakes...but most beginners won't really be doing things that expose them to risks you can't avoid with a little common sense. You'd be a lot more worried about smashing the discs if you were a pro! The disc brakes are easy to play with if you're coming from a MTB background whereas the hydraulic Magura brakes of most trials bikes can be a pain to work with and you generally have to grind the rims (high maintenance) for proper stopping power.
The only thing that has helped me develop as a rider more than riding bike trials has been putting as many miles on my motorcycles as possible. Trials really tunes your sense of motion, body position, coordination, distance judgment, and especially your endurance. The same could be said about mountain biking I guess...but trials has this unique draw about it for me. It's some super advanced stuff that you just don't see everyday.
Here's a great trials video to spark some curiosity:
I have another bike that I prefer. I'm selling this because I don't need it and want people to ride with! I can't ride two bikes at once!
PM me if you're interested.
Dibs, I also live in Lakewood.