Rocky Mountain Flea Market

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

  1. Rogue_Ryder

    Rogue_Ryder

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    set of crash bars $100 PICKED UP ONLY these are scratched on one side and slightly tweaked but they mount up and function as intended.
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  2. docwyte

    docwyte Long timer

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    Have a brand new set of Pro Taper CR mid bars that I'm not going to use. They're too low for me and I don't feel like getting higher risers.

    They're 7/8" bars, brand new in bag and have been tapped for the Highway Dirt Bikes Anti Vibration inserts.

    $50 takes em or I'll trade em for a set of Pro Taper KX Hi's.

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  3. jjmead1

    jjmead1 now THAT"S a bike!

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    Extremely well maintained like new Yeti SB66C with Sram 11 Speed drive train. Ceramic BB. Low miles, DT Swiss Tricon tubeless with Maxxis tires. Shimano 180/160 Icetech rotors as DT Tricons are Shimano specific lockring.

    New seals and fluids on suspension with three rides on it after service. Prior to that they never leaked or showed need for service. I am just particular and service them every three months regardless.

    Drive train has a very long life left in it and I will include an extra 11 speed chain. Dropper post has three rides after Specialized rebuilt it. I got a lucky one as it has performed flawlessly for the three years I owned it. Serviced it for sale.

    http://jjmead1.smugmug.com/Sample-Gallery/i-5b8j9sj/0/S/DSCN4976-S.jpg

    PM for pics.
  4. MrBob

    MrBob Out there

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  5. Geek

    Geek oot & aboot

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    :huh
  6. Lounge

    Lounge Been here awhile

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    One milllliiiiooooonnnn pixels.....
  7. Lomax

    Lomax Nanu-Nanu Adventurer

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    I will try this again for someone with a little bigger feet than I.

    Brand new, but not in the box, :lol3 Aerostich combat boots size 46. I thought they would fit as I normally wear a 45 but they are just a little big on me. Yea I could probably wear heavier socks of put insoles in them but I am too lazy for that.:lol3 $225 picked up. I have no interest in shipping.

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    Marc
  8. minerbill

    minerbill Emits Methane

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    I'd still like to sell this. Great fall touring weather coming up.

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    $3,600 inmate price.

    I CAN HELP WITH OR DELIVER TO FRONT RANGE OR SLC.
  9. janliness

    janliness Battery Discharger

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    I'm selling my fantastic KTM to finance another toy...a Sportsmobile!

    Here's the Craigslist linky: KTM 690

    And pics!

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  10. Charleetho

    Charleetho Mr. Zoom Zoom

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    SOLD Pending pickup and payment

    Wanted to offer these locally before the big flea market.

    These came off my 2005 BMW R1200GS. They were $1500 new. 1" lower then stock. Set up for a big rider (300lbs) but I do have lighter rear spring for an average 190lb rider.

    They do need to be rebuilt. The rear one leaks.

    I put on a set of rebuilt Ohlins from my parts bike and I think the Wilbers are a better shock. I am 6'4" and like the longer Ohlins for now.

    The front has adjustable rebound dampening. The rear has hi/low speed compressioning adjustment and of course rebound dampening adjuster. It also has a hydralic preload adjuster.

    Beemer boneyard has a set for $800. I am guessing it would cost $300 to service these. So,,, how about $400 picked up.

    The spots on the driveway is water from me washing them.

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  11. AteamNM

    AteamNM Wonna Be ADVrider

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    So tempted on the Gerbing. Would be awesome riding to teach the Sandia this winter.
  12. MartiniUp

    MartiniUp Long timer

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    Sportmobiles are terrible in the whoops! Just my experience. :wink:
  13. Deano955

    Deano955 Insatiable

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    Hey all,

    I bought myself a nice birthday present this year:
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    And I also upgraded the tires on it. I need to sell the tires that came from the factory. Discount Tire Direct prices them at $181 each. I'll sell the set of 4 to an inmate for $500. Please P.M. me if you're interested.

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  14. TheDudeAbides

    TheDudeAbides Sarcasm free11/11/10

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    Damn, why do they have to be 16s?

    I'm looking for a set of 265/75 -15s or some 31s.
  15. barko1

    barko1 barko1

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    What size and load rating?

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  16. BuilderScott

    BuilderScott Been here awhile

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    Ditto (sorta) - I need 17's...
  17. pfb

    pfb Riding, not skiing.

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    I was having major sticker shock on the cost of replacement tires on my F-150 in 285/75-17. Hard to find anything decent in an all terrain tire for less than $800 set even online, most tires were more like $950 a set, plus mount and balance.

    Then I stumbled upon Kenda Klever AT's being sold by a tire shop in Ohio through ebay for $530 a set shipped. I've had them on several weeks now and couldn't be happier with them.

    The ebay seller is here, they have them in lots of sizes at similar prices and also in a MT tread pattern. I bought them through ebay on a Sunday and they were on my front porch by Wednesday.

    Not to take anything away from Deano's fine tires, just for folks looking for AT tires in other sizes at a great price! :-)

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  18. derm75

    derm75 I'm a brother shamus...

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    Thanks! In the market for some tires for my truck; having the same sticker shock as you.
  19. Lomax

    Lomax Nanu-Nanu Adventurer

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    I am getting new tires on my FJ here in the next few weeks and was wondering if anyone wants my old ones? They are 265/70X17 BFG All terrain TA KO tires with about 25 to 50% life left. They are not terribly bad but I want to go into winter with a new set.

    I figure the dealer is not going to give me anything for them and if an inmate needs some tires to get them though another 6 months or so I would do $100 for the entire set, or take some type of bribe. :lol3

    Danged new tires are expensive. :eek1 This is cutting into my play money in a huge way.

    Marc
  20. DomEOD

    DomEOD 'murica

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    You on either of the FJ forums, Lomax?