The NEW Old's Cool Flea Market

Discussion in 'Old's Cool' started by dragoon, Dec 2, 2009.

  1. dwdantzler

    dwdantzler Been here awhile

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    I have a Yamaha R5 chassis (and some assorted RD350 parts) that I was going to build but I changed my direction. Anybody have an SR/TT/XT500 chassis they would like to trade?
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  2. F_Sahms

    F_Sahms mostly paved

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    A pair of EBC FA104 disc brake pads. New un-opened package but the cardboard has some wear.

    My google-foo says these fit a bunch of Yamahas, including XJ600, SRX600, FZ600, RZ500, FZR400, SRX250, Seca II, etc.

    $10? Trade for Guzzi pads?

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  3. Dispatcher

    Dispatcher FireMechanic

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    Looking For :
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    A nice Craven "Fairline" top box... Must be in good to excellent condition.
    Keys would be a bonus, but not necessarily required.
    Reasonable price paid or trade for ? (I have some intage & classic BMW parts as well as K bike small bits) or??

    I have Canadian AND US shipping addresses.

    Any help appreciated.
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  4. fireflyr

    fireflyr Been here awhile

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    Found this kick-starter a few years ago on Woodford Tehachapi Road. Anyone know what it's to? My guess is a vintage 2-stroke. Would love for it to find it's home.

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  5. pkboxer

    pkboxer Been here awhile

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  6. Euromad

    Euromad Been here awhile

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    Looks like a KTM
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  7. flemsmith

    flemsmith lurk

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    Update: Free stuff all gone, as are the valve covers and the tail light. No room in garage....gonna start by cleaning out the left over Guzzi parts from my 78 T3 build. This may take awhile. First, the free stuff...
    If you want anything in this picture, just let me know what and be willing to pay the postage. (And don't complain if I ship a little more than you ask for.)
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    This stuff was all on a working, running bike before I tore it down, well not the solo seat bracket , which is new or the red lenses. Think they came off a set of Enduro's I still have.. Next, some stuff that's almost free, I'll take $5 plus shipping for any single item in this pix. BTW, the red side cover has a coupla dimples in it, will need some body work. And the regulator actually came off my 2000 Cagiva IIRC. I replaced it with a MOS output, which helped the charge system.
    [​IMG] Oh, and the taillight seems to have a side reflector piece missing, and both the valve covers have a bit of road rash, one quite minor, the other more noticeable.
    Finally, a green 3 ohm Dyna Coil. Was on the bike when I first rode it, and the 3 ohms reads about right on my Harbor freight free meter. $15 plus shipping.
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  8. flemsmith

    flemsmith lurk

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    OK, next up....A set of sidebags with brackets, I dunno what they are called, but I'll show pix and then describe as best I can....
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    [​IMG] These were never on the bike; I started working on them to repair the fiberglass, and got them to the almost ready to show my painter stage, and decided I liked Wixom's better, so these will need some work to finish. There's no hinges or latches, I was gonna use some from McMaster Carr, just dropped the whole project a coupla years ago. The racks....I never really looked them over that closely, there's some rust in spots. I'm sure I bought them for a T3, but since I never tried to mount them I could be mistaken about how well the racks fit. I'll do my usual buy high and sell low for these....$150 for all in this pix, plus shipping, which won't be cheap, they're hell for stout.

    Right now I'm too lazy to take pix of the Enduro's, but if there's real interest I'll drag them out. There are a few negatives...the brackets are all homemade, and I can't say I was terribly proud of them, one of the lids came off and my tire rubbed a large hole in it. I worked and worked on that lid, but I was using fiberglass, and these are some sort of plastic. I never could get the interface perfect. Finally decided I'd have to use what I had to make a fiberglass mold and build a whole new lid...meanwhile I just covered it in 3M and it looked pretty good, not perfect. Also, I paid a lot for those babies, $350 IIRC, and I dunno what I really think they should be worth. Like I say, if there's interest I'll post some pix. roy
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  9. rpov22

    rpov22 n00b

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    I will be shortening the subframe on my 92 R100GS soon and am looking for a luggage rack like the one linked to make it a little easier to figure out how much I need to chop off. It would be great if someone in the Phoenix area has one that I could borrow for a day or two but I'm willing to buy one too.

    Alternatively, if anyone has done this and can tell me where and how much to cut off the subframe, that would be great too.

    https://www.bobsbmw.com/store/product/replica-luggage-rack-for-r100gs
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  10. Redbird

    Redbird Been here awhile

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    Doing some Spring Cleaning in the shop, and unloading some stuff that's taking up space.
    All parts located in 70003 (New Orleans area)

    Tarozzi adjustable clip-ons. 35mm. -$100 +shipping
    Great condition, decided to stick with the Superbike Bars
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    Custom top yoke for SOHC CB750 - $150 +shipping
    Never mounted. Part of the decision to keep the superbike bars.
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    RFY shocks. Eye-Clevis. -$50 +shipping
    Never mounted. 340mm.
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    Hotwing Glass mini fairing. -$50 +shipping
    Never mounted. Fits 7.5-8" headlights.
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    Mac/Universal muffler. -$50 +shipping
    Never mounted. 2.5" inlet.
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  11. gjl

    gjl Adventurer

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  12. MightyChosen1

    MightyChosen1 I wanna be sedated

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    Putting my 65 Triumph T-100 up for sale . Titled as a 1965 T-100 S/C but I think its an R model with a S/C tank. Bike was rebuilt in 2007 and only has 610 miles since. Just finished putting a new Dunlop K-70 on the back , Front has a hundred miles on it. New seat as well. Bike runs good and usually starts 1st or 2nd kick once you get the hang of it. Has been converted to 12 volt and has AGM battery as well. Located in central Illinois . $ 4100.

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  13. TheRadBaron

    TheRadBaron Been here awhile

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    '75 Honda CB200 for sale in central IL near Champaign. Ready to ride. Above average condition. Runs good. Clean title. $1500
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  14. TheRadBaron

    TheRadBaron Been here awhile

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    '75 Honda CB200 in central IL near Champaign. Runs, rides, clean title, very good condition. $1200.
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  15. Cletus Runswithscissorsguy

    Cletus Runswithscissorsguy hiding in plain sight

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    Bates hard bags, have been painted maroon/red and covered over by satin black epoxy paint.
    It comes with the hardware pictured, originally came off of a Suzuki Water Buffalo.
    Hardware is all there from what I can see, locks/clasps will need a good cleaning to work correctly. No keys.
    $150 plus shipping from 45013.
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  16. Cletus Runswithscissorsguy

    Cletus Runswithscissorsguy hiding in plain sight

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    Unknown manufacture hard saddlebags. There is a lid that has a little piece missing and has been fiberglassed together at one point.
    These are a little smaller than the Wixom bags, but quite nice for the unrestored bike. Great patina. Comes as you see them. mounting brackets are almost airhead-like. No keys. $175 OBO plus shipping.
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  17. Cletus Runswithscissorsguy

    Cletus Runswithscissorsguy hiding in plain sight

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    Wixom fairing. This is the long nose, probably for a Guzzi Loopframe. As is, windshield is broken, pretty nice all original shape. Nice patina.
    $175 OBO plus shipping.
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  18. Cletus Runswithscissorsguy

    Cletus Runswithscissorsguy hiding in plain sight

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    Wixom fairing, off of an R75/6. Complete windshield, nice patina.
    $195 OBO plus shipping.
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  19. Yashko51

    Yashko51 Been here awhile

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    Need a right side clutch cover for a 1980 Honda XR200.
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  20. TheRadBaron

    TheRadBaron Been here awhile

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    Accent ELZ3 electronic ignition for Suzuki GT750 "water buffalo". Also fits certain models of the GT380 but I'm not sure which, unfortunately. I bought this a few years ago but never installed it. These are considered by most to be the best electronic ignition conversion for the GT750. Made in Germany. These cost about $210-$220 from Accent with a 3-week lead time. Get this one for $180 shipped in USA. Thanks. IMG_0319.JPG
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