Rocky Mountain Flea Market

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

  1. eakins

    eakins Butler Maps

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  2. El Caballo Loco

    El Caballo Loco Pants-free living!

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    Colorado Springs, CO
    Dibs and PM sent

  3. Narsisco Lopez

    Narsisco Lopez Addlepated

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    RalphyDo snuck in with a PM before you and says he's coming by this morning. If he doesn't show, they're yours.
  4. Timboat

    Timboat Been here awhile

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    Steamboat Springs, CO
    Hey all-

    31 X 10.5 X 15 Toyo Studless Snows for sale.

    Linky:

    http://www.1010tires.com/Tires/Reviews/toyo/open+country+g-02+plus

    History: Had a Jeep Wrangler I picked up from a neighbor and the thing turned into a $$ pit. I purchased these tires from TDS here in Steamboat and pd $718. They have less than 750 miles on them (truly) and even have some of the nubs still on the bottoms. They are perfect!! I would entertain reasonable offers in the $550 range. I also have a set of Jeep Ravin Rims that can be purchased w/these, but I really want to keep them for another Jeep when I can afford it (Trade for an ADV-ready really farkeled KLR?) Again, these are in great shape and a perfect fit for the tires. $75 each. Lemme know- can send pics, but w/the linky, you get the deal. Possible delivery to front range or meet in Silverthorne.

    Thanks again- Tim
  5. VitSports6

    VitSports6 Been here awhile

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    Taylorsville
    FWIW, My nephew lives in Kalispell we could ADV-ship it to SLC if there is an interested party, Where money is already taken care of.
    Just an option.
    GLWS
  6. RalphyDo

    RalphyDo Banned

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    Used set of TKC 80's front is about 40% and rear is about 15%. Good set of rollers or ? 19" and 17" $40 OBO

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    HF brand MC stand. $20
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    Triangle MC stand.$10 OBO
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    Highway Creations seat pad. Same as Alaskian Leather, very good shape. Black. $50 OBO
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    Stock XR650R Radiators with shrouds. Bent up alittle but no leaks. $40/pair OBO

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    Ultamate MX hauler. The PO added a place for a smaller bike(70cc or less) Works great! $150

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    Brand new(will, worn once) Klim Dakar over-the-boot pants. 32" Bought these at Performance in August and worn them once. I decided that I would rather have a set the have removable liners and pockets! Very nice pants and in very good shape. Paid $175, will take $150 OBO

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  7. c.vestal

    c.vestal Rally On

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    Fits 2009-2011 KTM 400, 450, 530
    It was on my bike for 1300 miles.
    Just a little dirt on it. Most of the dirt is under the first u bend. One rock nick, no dents at all.
    $300 obo

    Noticeable difference in mid range power, super light titanium.
    http://www.fmfracing.com/Products/BikeAsList/2010_KTM_530XCW
    $499 new


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  8. Yellow Pig

    Yellow Pig Allergic to asphalt!

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    Does it fit up to the OEM can or do you have to have a FMF can?
  9. c.vestal

    c.vestal Rally On

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    I had an fmf can on this header, but that same fmf can fit with the stock header. So to me that = it will fit a OEM can.
  10. AKASY

    AKASY Noob

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  11. El Caballo Loco

    El Caballo Loco Pants-free living!

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    In no hurry to sell it but it's just sitting and doing me no good. I shouldnt have held on to it this long after losing interest in it.

    Pics are not recent. Working on recent pics. http://s253.photobucket.com/albums/hh54/elcaballoloco1/1998 Trans Am/

    For my asking price I will include EFILive, all cables, up to date with 7 credits.

    $6,500 OBO. Trade options listed below. Can do pics upon request until I get them in the ad. I'm not in a hurry to sell it, so please don't think you can low ball your way into a deal. At least attempt to wine and dine me with some good haggling.

    Buyer pays shipping, tax, title, license. I have a few people I could recommend for good shipping quotes though.


    1998 Pontiac Trans Am
    Clear Kentucky Title in my name
    The car runs good and pulls extremely hard, but has been a pain to get started lately. Requires a jump and some TLC.

    LS1

    85,xxx miles
    2,xxx miles since all modifications
    Car turned 404hp/391tq AT SEA LEVEL. Numbers will be lower here.
    At R.P.M. in Garner, NC, the car was custom tuned by Ryan Robinson who also built the fastest Nitrous LS based car and held the record for three years and also built the fastest SUV in the country at the time.
    Has not been on the track since it was stock so no times.
    Has been in storage since 2008. It has a few rough spots as well as some dust and dirt from sitting inside a dusty shop.

    Engine modifications:

    5.3l heads, ported, polished, milled to 58cc chambers
    Futral Motorsports F13 Cam, 230/232, .595/.585, 112LSA
    Comp 918 beehive valve springs
    Comp pushrods
    Stock rocker arms
    Morel lifters
    Cometics head gaskets, .042
    BBK intake (powdercoated intake)
    Ported and polished LS6 throttle body
    MTI induction lid
    Later LS6 style valve covers (powdercoated black)
    Hooker ceramic coated longtube headers
    Dual dynomax bullets, dumped at the back of the trans
    LS2 Timing chain
    LS6 Oil pump

    Trans:

    The car was originally a six speed but I swapped out to a built TH350. It still retains the clutch mechanism and pedal for the manual trans.
    Does not include manual trans.
    Built TH350
    Coan 4200 custom spec'd converter. I don't know the STR.
    B&M hammer shifter
    Trans cooler
    Steel custom length driveshaft
    BMR transmission crossmember (powdercoated red)
    Lokar dipstick

    Rearend:

    The rearend is a stock GM 10 bolt with 3.42:1 gears.

    For an extra $1500.00 - A BRAND NEW Strange GM 12 bolt will come with the car. It is narrowed 3" each side, spooled, 33 spline axles, 5/8" lugs, and has an LPW Ultimate aluminum cover with adjustments for loading the main caps.

    Suspension modifications:

    QA1 coil overs on the front with 275lb. springs
    Spohn adjustable torque arm (powdercoated red)
    Spohn adjustable cross member brace (powdercoated red)
    BMR transmission crossmember (powdercoated red)
    Spohn adjustable panhard bar (powdercoated red)\
    UMI Performance subframe connectors (painted red)
    UMI Performance adjustable lower control arms (powdercoated red)
    Softer than stock rear springs (from a V6 car)
    Factory rear shocks
    Factory rear sway bar
    Front sway bar removed (no, I don't have it anymore)

    Weight removed and no, I don't have any of this stuff anymore:

    Front sway bar
    Rear seats
    Sound system (head unit, speakers)
    Heat, to include all ducting and heater controls
    AC unit, to include the AC condenser, AC unit on the firewall, and all controls
    Power steering system
    Traction control system
    ABS system
    Airbags
    Spare tire and jack
    Front bumper support
    Rear bumper support
    Foglights
    Front turn signals
    Front inner bumpers have material removed

    Misc. mods are as follows:

    Line lock
    Adj. brake proportioning valve
    Nitto 555R rear tires with approx. 60% tread left
    Front tires have approx. 80% tread

    The only trades (and of course cash to even up the trade, either from my side or yours) I will consider are:

    950 Super Enduro

    The bad:

    It is obviously missing a lot of stuff. On one hand it's light. On the other hand it has no options anymore.
    It's dirty.
    Batteries dead.
    Slight oil leak, I believe it's the rear main.
    There is a few (less than 5) quarter sized spots on the paint where the clear is looking cruddy.
    The paint is about 70% gone on the back bumper where someone ran into me. The bumper brace was out so the bumper popped in and then back out. The bumper is still good, it just needs paint.
    The right front fender well has this big hole (about 1.5" in diameter) from the previous owner.
    It's missing the coolant over flow tank. When it gets hot, it just bleeds off the excess coolant to the ground.
    It needs a battery tie down.
  12. terry.mc

    terry.mc Stop ruining my vacation

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    Hello,

    I'm selling my Macbook Pro 15" for $500. This computer is great and works without flaw. Intel 2.4 Ghz Core 2 Duo, 3 GB RAM. The battery is in great shape and holds a charge without issue. The mag safe power adapter is new, and is the updated style, not prone to the issues of the previous generation of power cables.

    I've just wiped the hard drive and installed a fresh install of OSX 10.6.8.

    The machine does have some scuffs on it from normal use and a ding in the corner (show in the pictures below, does not affect use of the video port at all) There is a small mark on the screen about as big as your pinky finger nail, I documented it well in the pictures below. You really have to be looking for it to see it.

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    Small ding on the corner

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    Small oddity in the LCD screen

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    It's almost impossible to see here

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  13. _CJ

    _CJ Retrogrouch

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    I've got a couple of Bronco's tickets for sale....

    Bronco's vs. New Orleans Saints
    Sunday, 10/28
    Parking pass included - Lot M
    Seats are 3rd level - end zone

    $150.00 cash for two tickets plus parking pass ($190.00 face value for tickets and parking pass).

    pm if interested :deal
  14. ginslung

    ginslung It'll take.

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    ***SOLD to DirtyDR***

    Go Broncos! And a bump...

  15. DirtyDR

    DirtyDR Dana

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    Edwards,Colorado
    PM on the jacket, must have missed the original post.
  16. hiflynbrd

    hiflynbrd I know that shortcut

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    Eastern UT, land of no traffic lights
    PM sent
  17. GTC

    GTC Been here awhile

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    Hello all,

    I am looking for a YZ 250 two stroke. Looking to stay 2003 and newer (Might be willing to pay more for 05 and newer) Can be well used as long as it has been cared for regularly. Upgrades that would be great are: flywheel weight, 18in rear wheel, v force reeds. Does not have to have all these by any means but it would help. Don't really want to put a price range on because it changes for every machine and condition but defiantly want to stay under $3,000 if it needs work price needs to reflect it.

    Let me know what you have,
    George
  18. Megadeus

    Megadeus Motorcycles are therapy

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    9.8 psi
    I have the possibility of acquiring an enclosed trailer but the open trailer has to go first.

    It's in locked storage ATM but it's in 8/10 condition with upgraded LED tail lamps and wiring.

    Super useful. I welded in a 6' track of L-track on the centerline so I can strap down 2 bikes side by side. Includes 4 ramps that can load from the back or side. Super useful for ATV's and Motorcycles.

    Model : A212 ATV trailer - 2002 year model.

    • 1-3000# Rubber torsion axle - No brakes - Easy lube hubs
    • Aluminum fenders
    • Extruded aluminum floor
    • 6" Front retaining bumper
    • A-Framed aluminum tongue, 48" long with 2" coupler
    • safety chains
    • Swivel tongue jack, 800# capacity
    • 2) Rear ramps (12" x 41"), 2) Front ramps (12" x 69"), optional ATV Ramp
    • 8) Tie-down loops + center E-track - will include 4 tie down clips for track.
    • Overall width = 85"
    • Overall length = 195"
    • Length between fenders = 62 1/2"

    I've pulled 2 bikes easily with a Honda pilot. Easy to push around the yard empty.

    Asking $1600 - Have Clear Colorado Title in hand.

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    portion of track I have welded to trailer floor center line for 6'.

    Located in Aurora, CO.
    Text or call 70347376nine7 - Jason
  19. hyperboarder

    hyperboarder Potato Farmer

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    FYI, that's not E-Track, that's L-Track/Airline Track. Just bought some for the motovan, solid stuff and much less intrusive than the E-Track. If you decide to cut the price in half and can hold the trailer until spring, I'll happily take it off your hands. Something tells me that's not going to happen though :D. GLWS!
  20. mpatch

    mpatch Long timer

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    Danner logger, fire boots size 12 worn a few times $80 ftf $90 shipped located in Fort Collins
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