SoCal Flea Market

Discussion in 'West – California, the desert southwest and whatev' started by Yellow Pig, Jan 12, 2016.

  1. BHoward

    BHoward Been here awhile

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  2. Mojave Mutt

    Mojave Mutt Long timer

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  3. Koonzee

    Koonzee Been here awhile

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    SoCal Inmates,

    Hello. I am writing to simply provide a heads-up that I recently posted an ad for my other Honda XRV750 Africa Twin. The AT is located in San Diego and many more photographs are available at:
    https://www.smugmug.com/gallery/n-ZMkHtR/
    http://advrider.com/index.php?threa...many-extras-attn-taller-riders-socal.1244201/

    Make it a great day!
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  4. MotoChaos

    MotoChaos Left Behind

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    SoCal peeps... I have lost weight. On my way to losing more. I need smaller sized gear. My loss is your opportunity.

    I have a pair of Cortech GX Sport pants for sale. Will make a deal for local pickup. Size 42, leather added to the lower legs to protect from burns/wear. Also comes with an insulating liner. These are in near new shape. Check out the ad and make me an offer.

    http://advrider.com/index.php?threads/cortech-gx-sport-pants-3xl-42.1239003/#post-32883131

    Tourmaster Transition 3.0 3XL jacket with liner. It's used but has plenty of life in it. It just hangs on me and I need a smaller jacket. No rips or tears. Take a look and make me an offer.

    http://advrider.com/index.php?threads/tourmaster-transtion-3-0-3xl.1238996/#post-32883144

    Someone needs this stuff!!
  5. YellowjacketD37

    YellowjacketD37 Been here awhile

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    MotoChaos, Keep your gear. Statistics show that nine out of 10 people that lose weight gain it back. Unfortunately.
  6. MotoChaos

    MotoChaos Left Behind

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    Point taken. I've lost it and gained it back once before.

    This time is different because if I gain it back I'll probably die a lot sooner that everyone hopes.

    Besides, I need the dough to put towards something new.
  7. pavelp

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    Counterpoint - not allowed to gain the weight back if it means you'll need to repurchase gear. Good luck!
  8. dhillr

    dhillr Long timer

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    Did you know that 78.4% of all statistics are made up on the spot?


    Moto,
    Congrats on the accomplishment! Sell the gear.... great motivation to keep the change permanent.
  9. Treadless

    Treadless avoiding gravity storms if at all possible

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  10. browneye

    browneye PIN IT & BANG GEARS

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    I might want them - the stockers are a little narrow.
    Why don't you like them?
  11. pavelp

    pavelp Adventurer

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    The same reason many prefer them - the pivoting aspect. Maybe I should've spent more time or maybe it's my boots, but it wasn't clicking for me.
  12. Treadless

    Treadless avoiding gravity storms if at all possible

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    They may work for a project.

    Dibs. PM sent.
  13. Koonzee

    Koonzee Been here awhile

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    SoCal Adv. Riders:

    I am selling a heavy duty motorcycle carrier that is often used on class A motorhomes with big full dressers. Enjoy the desert with the peace of mind that you will not break a leg or damage your motorcycle by using less stable carriers. Also, the carrier allows you to drive your vehicle to your destination in comfort and arrive rested and ready to ride!

    The industries only Sway Lock system
    Plasma CNC quality
    Made in the USA
    Can be left or right side load
    No extra parts to lug around
    1,000 lb Capacity
    Built in ramp
    3 ton lift jack
    Fully painted
    Added hooks and holes for easy strapping
    3” Main upright Tube
    2” Receiver
    Reinforced 2” Solid steel tong
    Weighs 280lbs
    Lowers to within 1” of the ground
    High Strength grade 8 hardware

    http://advrider.com/index.php?threa...und-capacity-hydraulic-lift-ez2-load.1244789/

    Take care & make it a great day!
  14. browneye

    browneye PIN IT & BANG GEARS

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    Nice setup Koonzee. That thing is certainly heavy duty.
    Just know that whatever it's weight is, plus whatever your bike weighs, has a levering moment on the hitch of some 150 to 170% of that weight. You would certainly want a beefed up hitch with a high carrying capacity, and a rig to carry it.
    If'n I was hauling my GS much on the motorhome I'd jump at it. For now I opt for a heavy duty utility trailer I had made for the dirtbikes when we had them.
    As an aside, my sis and BIL had a more elaborate one installed on their DP motorhome for his mobility scooter - they paid about $7500 for it. :eekers
  15. ColorItBlue

    ColorItBlue Been here awhile

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    Crate GX-80 Amplifier. Free!!! My wife used it for her electric guitar when she was playing in a rock band. Also have two cords, those are yours too! Near CSULB. Somebody wants this!!!
  16. ColorItBlue

    ColorItBlue Been here awhile

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    IMG_1260.JPG IMG_1261.JPG IMG_1262.JPG IMG_1263.JPG Harley Davidson leather motorcycle jacket. Size Large. Label says made in Indonesia. Has reflective Harley Davidson lettering across chest and across the back. Two way zipper. Quilted lining. Padded shoulders and wrist zippers. Heavy and pretty warm. Would probably cost a lot to ship. Purchased new from H-D dealer in Harbor City via charity auction in 2000. How about $85?
  17. ColorItBlue

    ColorItBlue Been here awhile

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    Singer sewing machine, table model, from around 1930. Table is in rough shape but maybe somebody needs the machine for parts? Free to you. I'm near CSULB.
  18. islandtosh

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    Interested... Do you have an approximate size and weight?

    Sent from my XT1096 using Tapatalk
  19. 150ron

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    DRZ400S, 2007, perfect shape, never an issue, needs nothing, start and ride anywhere, some nice mods, 17k , current registration, clean title in hand, $3,500, located in Valencia. drz1.jpg
  20. MotoChaos

    MotoChaos Left Behind

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    I am interested in this for my son. He's picking up guitar and this would be perfect.