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Discussion in 'Pacific Northwet - Where it's green. And wet.' started by DantesDame, Aug 25, 2008.

  1. zodillyicous

    zodillyicous Been here awhile

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    Messaged you
  2. Chanesj

    Chanesj 2013 Triumph Tiger XC

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    Looking for a Nomad/Pico/Fatty tool roll from Mosko if anyone has one layin around. Doing the BDR in July and trying to get my bike fitted
  3. Lumberjeff

    Lumberjeff River City MC

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  4. LuckyPunk

    LuckyPunk Adventurer

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    2006 SV650s 41k miles. Upgraded with a Penske shock, stainless steel brake lines, 60% remaining on Michelin power RS. Runs great, could be a great track day or daily commuter. The Yoshimura slip on is nice and quiet, has a deep note at idle and howls when you wind it out.

    The bad: the seat cover is loose, could use some upholstering. The front fairing has some missing paint, but a couple well placed stickers could fix that  :thumb
    Runs and rides well, doesn't need anything to get rollin.
    $2,700 open to two wheel trades

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  5. Sinnergy

    Sinnergy Mostly Harmless

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    Still looking... There've got to be a gazillion of these sitting under shredded blue tarps at the side of the garage that need rescued.

    Also, just to throw it out there, looking for a low-mile Camhead 'GSA. Cash in hand.

    Thanks.
  6. ORexpat

    ORexpat Oregon Expatriate Supporter

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  7. MUDHWY

    MUDHWY Simple Math

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    Thought the Camheads were 2010-12. :dunno
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  8. GR8ADV

    GR8ADV Safety Second!

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    18 and 21 inch heavy duty tubes. New. 50 for both.
  9. Lumberjeff

    Lumberjeff River City MC

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  10. BarKnee

    BarKnee Been here awhile

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    VFR stuff, Aloha area.

    2010 VFR1200:
    Pitbull rear stand. $100
    New Battlax T31 front and rear, bought last summer but sold the bike before installing. $200 for the pair
    [​IMG]

    2007 VFR800:
    FREE ContiMotion rear, never mounted but 3 yrs old

    new DID chain $100
    new factory front and rear sprockets. $100 for the pair
    new MotionPro chain breaker and riveting kit, never used. $75
    [​IMG]
  11. Commiehunter

    Commiehunter Been here awhile

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    How many links on the chain, and what width?

    Edit: 530. Still would like to know links.
  12. BarKnee

    BarKnee Been here awhile

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    530VX, Xring, gold and black, 110 links
  13. Sinnergy

    Sinnergy Mostly Harmless

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    Two Post Lift, Cheap...

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    I have a very used, but not mostly abused two-post automotive lift that I'd like to offer up (wow that's a terrible pic. Didn't realize 'till I uploaded...).

    It is a Western brand rated (commercially) for 7,000 lbs Aysemetric lift. Originally installed about 1990 at a popular (big name) car dealership in NE Portland, I aquired it after they closed up in 2004 and have held onto it hoping for a good place to put it up.

    My shed's concrete just isn't good enough for my confidence level, but maybe it will work for you. It requires a full four inches of 3,000lb concrete. Mine is 5,000psi 'crete, but is only 3 1/2" thick...

    One hydraulic hose was damaged during takedown; should be about $60 at the shop. Otherwise complete and ready for install (note, there was a plate welded to one post to fit the original floor which you may need to trim to fit yours). Wired for 220V single phase, could be rewired for 120V.

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    Installation manuals included. Taking quite a bath, especially in 2004 dollars at $650. You'll need a trailer and some muscle to help load it.

    Posting here first. Next week it goes on CL for more.

    Thanks for reading
  14. G-ree

    G-ree Adventurer

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    I bought this Roadcrafter from an inmate a couple of months ago, but it just doesn't fit me quite right. According to the Aerostitch website a 40S is the correct size for me, and I normally wear a size 40 jacket, but this 42S feels a bit tight and is a little TOO short. It might have been mis-labeled. For reference I am 5ft 6 in tall, 155 lbs, with 32 in waist and 31 in inseam. It might be better for someone a little shorter than me (if such even exists).

    There may be a slight amount of fading, but no other flaws, and i have ridden in a light rain and saw that the jacket still sheds water. I don't know the build date. It comes with a back pad that I have removed.

    Asking $195 shipping included, and would be willing to travel up to 50 miles to provide a test fit. Would also consider a trade for a 40R in either blue or grey with black ballistics

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  15. Mumbles24

    Mumbles24 Been here awhile Supporter

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  16. WilsoDRZ

    WilsoDRZ Been here awhile

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    I'm making another attempt to sell my 2007 BMW G650xMoto I bought this bike 2 years ago in Austin and rode the NMBDR, AZBDR, around Utah and Colorado as well as commuting on it before moving to Oregon in May.
    Location: Eugene, OR
    Price: $3500 OBO

    Clean TX title
    22k miles

    I have a build thread here: https://advrider.com/f/threads/bmw-g650xmoto-adventure.1314219/

    Mods:
    Custom spacers to mount 18/21 CRF cush drive spoke wheels with TKC’s (25% rear, 75% front tread remaining). Custom adapters to mount ABS rings to spoked wheels. Custom aluminum fork guards and hi-mount Acerbis front fender. The cast 17 wheels with shinko 705 swap easily, no need to bleed brakes or break chain. Low mount fender included.
    Custom skid plate in rough condition (it’s been thru a bit of Moab)
    Rotopax 1.75 mounted to stock BMW rear luggage rack
    Oury grips
    USB port on bars
    Custom threaded bar ends for mounting bark-busters (not included)
    Drilled shift lever
    Custom designed 3d printed PLA turn signal mounts with super-bright LEDs
    Gutted and shortened muffler
    Booster plug
    Canister-ectomy

    I fought the dreaded IAC valve issue for a while. It just wouldn’t idle, even with new battery, new BMW valve, new temp sensor, flashed the computer, checked and cleared diagnostic codes. So I fabricated a threaded needle valve that lets me adjust airflow for different elevations, just like jetting. It runs great, takes a couple minutes on throttle to warm up when it’s below 45deg.
    The bearings in the 18/21 spoke wheels need replacing and the cush drive spacer that came with the wheels is trashed
    The low fuel light doesn’t work. Price includes both sets of wheels and Rotopax.

    Thanks for looking!
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  17. AC09

    AC09 Been here awhile

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    Bump. Still for sale. It now also includes a Sargent seat
  18. Elegant coder

    Elegant coder ElegantCoder Supporter

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    This seat, both front and back, came with the purchase of a new bike. It's just not for me.
    It looks for all the world like a Rich's seat however I'm not sure.

    2012 R1200GSA

    The seats are black leather with the pilot seat having exotic leather on the sides. I believe it's ostrich. Both front and back are made for a bit wider seat. High and low settings both work.
    $350 local purchase or shipping is on you. I'm happy to meet somewhere in the Seattle area.

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  19. Elegant coder

    Elegant coder ElegantCoder Supporter

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    Seat Concepts seat. Came off a 2012 GSA I purchased. It's just not for me.

    It's in great shape. Local only to Seattle area or shipping is on you.

    $150

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  20. DRONE

    DRONE Dog Chauffeur

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    Is the other seat also off of the R1200GSA?
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