Alaska Flea Market - Helpful Checklist for Preparing Your Ad is in the First Post

Discussion in 'Alaska' started by PhilSpace, Apr 30, 2010.

  1. KHud

    KHud Survivor

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    I know Ted can transfer the electrics and other needed bits from your shock to a new shock. I do not know if he rebuilds OE shocks. Call The BeemerShop or send them an email. Contact info is here: https://www.beemershop.com/contact-us.html
  2. USBYGS

    USBYGS Riding the World

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    Would you prefer 20 cm?
  3. Fast Idle

    Fast Idle Since the Sixties Supporter

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    Seat Concepts seat for KTM XX90. Excellent condition. $150
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  4. JagLite

    JagLite Long timer Supporter

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    A "Comfort" seat for a KTM?
    Isn't that one of those oxymoron kinda things? :scratch

    On the other hand, anything is going to feel more comfortable than the stock mx seat to most riders, so maybe... :fpalm

    I guess naming it the "Less Painful" seat wouldn't attract as many buyers. :hide


    I can speak with full internet authority since I have never sat on one, stock or the Seat Concept version. :ksteve

    I do have Seat Concept seats on two of my bikes and recommend them completely. :thumb:thumb

    :ricky
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  5. mach1mustang351

    mach1mustang351 Long timer Supporter

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    2012 Yamaha FZ8. 7100 miles, has the optional little wind deflector in the front. I got this in a bit of a horse trade. I rode the bike, I actually kind of like the bike... but it just doesn’t have a role in my life. I have an Indian FTR1200, and it’s just too similar. It needs a fork seals (parts on order, will fix before sale), and tires (I have a new set I will install before sale). $4,500

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  6. THogland

    THogland Back in Alaska!

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    Cleaning out the stash of stuff I'm not going to use. Any interest in this? Link is to Google album and descriptions in order of photos.

    2 GoPro Hero2 cameras, with batteries, mounts, backs etc.
    Drift HD camera with 2 remotes, mounts etc.
    Spot2 with hard-wired USB power cable and RAM mount
    [sold] Aerostich tank panniers, black, with water jug/hose. I believe these are the 'competition' size as they're tapered slightly towards the bottom.
    [sold] Gel/sheepskin seat pad - 16" wide, 14" front-to-rear.
    Alaska Leather chaps, size Large. Good shape, no crashes or other damage.
    Bar risers for 1" bars, came from a Yamaha V-Star.
    Willie and Max "Hooker" - goes under rear seat and provides tie-down points.
    Breedlove bed-side/front antenna mount with 3/4" hole for NMO mount, and combination NMO/GPS antenna mount.
    Tool for measuring drive belt deflection.
    Pair of 1-gal gas cans for fitting in the pointed back corner of saddlebags.
    Best Rest Peg Packers with 2 ea 1 gal gas cans. Fit many ADV bikes, directions for BMW bikes included.
    Dell Latitude E5550 laptop and E-Port dock. Works great, but 15" is too large for my traveling setup.
    Dave Clark aviation headset, ANC, with all the cables and box.

    Make offers. I'm in Palmer/Wasilla.

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  7. HouseofBeaver

    HouseofBeaver Dont harsh my mellow

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    Hello Inmates.

    I’ve got a couple windscreens that fit 2005 to 2008ish (?) BMW 1200 GS or Adventure.
    If you’ve got a GS and want to put an Adventure screen on it...now is your chance ‘cause I’ve got that support “bar” thing too.
    So here’s what I got: An Adventure windscreen, Laminar Lip, Adventure “wing” deflectors, the Adventure Windscreen Support Bar, and an extra large Cee Bailey Adventure windscreen. So if you’re a Tall-ass dude (I’m 6’6”) and you want to get out of the wind, this is the screen you need.
    Love to sell the whole wad for...hell, whatever you think is fair. Like a couple bottles of Napa Valley Cabs.

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  8. HouseofBeaver

    HouseofBeaver Dont harsh my mellow

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    I have a stock seat off a 2009 800 GS.
    It is in perfect shape.
    It needs to go away.
  9. mach1mustang351

    mach1mustang351 Long timer Supporter

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    2019 Indian FTR1200S Race Replica. Less than 1000 miles. Factory Akrapovic exhaust (baffles removed), Toce performance cat delete pipe, Power Vision 3 tuner with lifetime tunes from Lloyds Garage, 2 tooth larger rear sprocket, license plate relocate kit (get rid of the stock “wheelie bar”) It’s a fantastic bike, I love it. But with a toddler and another on the way… it hasn’t been taken out this year at all. I spent more time driving my truck to get it a new battery, than I have spent riding this year. My situation likely won’t improve for a couple years, so thinking about moving it along. Asking $14,500.

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  10. Tom S

    Tom S Can I ride it? Supporter

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    [QUOTE="mach1mustang351 [/QUOTE]
    Your words & the pic have confirmed my thoughts that you are not 'Bob', the guy I met a month & a half ago at the Huffman PO. I was hoping that these bikes would be quite a bit lighter.

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  11. mach1mustang351

    mach1mustang351 Long timer Supporter

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    Your words & the pic have confirmed my thoughts that you are not 'Bob', the guy I met a month & a half ago at the Huffman PO. I was hoping that these bikes would be quite a bit lighter.

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    Definitely not Bob. I do live in the Huffman area… so that’s similar too.

    not sure what to say about the weight… I don’t find it to be a heavy bike, it’s well balanced and has more than enough power to overcome whatever heaviness it has.
  12. Fighter

    Fighter Head Gruver

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    Hey HOB, does that one windshield include the “Gruver” decal???
    Remember the rules!
    Fite
  13. Tom S

    Tom S Can I ride it? Supporter

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    F T Rules

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  14. mach1mustang351

    mach1mustang351 Long timer Supporter

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    Trying this one again. It’s July 15… I have yet to take a bike out. Time to get them all gone. Seeing them makes me sad

    here is my 1973 TR5T lots of work done to it.

    Good Stuff:

    engine rebuilt, 0.020” over, cylinder head had valve job, new bearings, oil pump, gaskets etc. Engine still needs break in miles. I ran it briefly, but the stock Amal was shot, so it got parked in the late fall waiting on the new carb and install

    Has podtronix charging system, electronic ignition, new tires, new chain, brakes, new JRC carb (needs installed) i also have a non painted tank in much better condition.

    Bad Stuff:

    needs tach cable
    Missing muffler
    Non stock seat
    Side covers bad shape

    Bike looks a little rough. When I got it, it had been stored outside for a long time and was missing a bunch of stuff. I decided to kind of “roll with it” and the inspiration was a trail bike that had been in use all this time.

    Looking to get $2,000

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  15. mach1mustang351

    mach1mustang351 Long timer Supporter

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    Selling all my bikes. I don’t ride. I can’t see that landscape changing for a while. So here’s the racebike.

    1988 GSXR750 frame with 1996 GSR1100 Forks, swingarm and wheels. The rear tail section is from that 1996. The subframe on the 1988 is welded on, and was bent. Now it takes a bolt on subframe. Have all plastics. Also included 1988 parts bike with title. So much to go over. Message me for details if interested

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  16. mach1mustang351

    mach1mustang351 Long timer Supporter

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    2002 VStrom 650 bottom end. Had 40k on it. Seems in good shape. Free to good home

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  17. mach1mustang351

    mach1mustang351 Long timer Supporter

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    1967 BSA A65 project. Frame, swingarm and engine only. Had big plans, but I just have too much going on. $200 I think I have a set of TT pipes too. I’d want $100 for those of you want them too.

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  18. Beezer

    Beezer Long timer Supporter

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    .... must ..... resist..... Thunderbolt project.....

    actually, what I wanted to post is KLR 650 parts... I'm kina done with them but still have residue, including some new gaskets, seals, plus used things... not even sure what. lowering links, turn signal. anyway..... FREE to someone that wants/needs these things.
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  19. Moto-Kafe

    Moto-Kafe Gnarly Entre-manure Supporter

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    Great "give"..........as the Stators are known to go out on the Vstroms..........this would be a cheap "spare". :thumb
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  20. Beezer

    Beezer Long timer Supporter

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    the reason the stators go out is the voltage regulator. same as the Versys. anyone that does not know the story can contact me for an explanation.

    EDIT: KLR PARTS GONE!!

    thanks Mark
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