Rocky Mountain Most Wanted

Discussion in 'The Rockies – It's all downhill from here...' started by Osprey!, Jul 22, 2012.

  1. Olas

    Olas the darkness

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    I'm also looking for a heat source for my garage. Something smaller and portable that runs uses kerosene or propane would be great. Will also consider electric ones.

    Thanks!
  2. Lomax

    Lomax Nanu-Nanu Adventurer Supporter

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    Tha Rick, Joz and Olas like this.
  3. jimco

    jimco Been here awhile

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    I'm looking to buy a ramp, too. But don't want to intrude on Olas deal.

    Thanks.
    Jim
  4. Lomax

    Lomax Nanu-Nanu Adventurer Supporter

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    Ifn Y'all can't find used, Discount Ramps has some pretty fair deals.
  5. Olas

    Olas the darkness

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    Hey, that's not a bad idea... hadn't thought of that. Maybe I'll swing by the depot on the way home. Thanks!
  6. Blakebird

    Blakebird ran when parked

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    Jim,
    Alfredo is taking the non-stepped one, the other one is available. (Ogio Step Up)
    PM me if you're interested.

  7. no2tracks

    no2tracks Been here awhile

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  8. 350Rizzer

    350Rizzer Been here awhile

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    Trying to locate an unmolested SOHC CB750 (69-77). Does not need to be running but want it to be fairly complete.
  9. fateddy

    fateddy \m/

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    TRADE IS PENDING
    I put up a WTB in the main flea market but thought this might be a good place as well.

    Pending sale of my XJ600 and DR350, I'll be looking for a DR-Z400SM (or maybe an S or E converted to SM) or a DR650. It would be cool if I could find a DR650 that's got 17" wheels already.
    I don't expect to have more than $3000 when I sell both my bikes, if even that much. I'm not in a huge hurry.

    Must have electric start and need minimal work to be ready to go. Not really interested in big bores, especially if they're a fix to engine damage. But if you got one you want to hock, I'll hear you out.

    If you're in my area and you have something that fits my interest and are not in a hurry to sell, let me know. I'm interested in test riding as well, if you're up for that.

    Both my bikes are up for trade/partial trade if that interests you. Their ads are up in the main flea market here and here. Please PM or respond to my WTB thread, and I'll try to stay on top of this one as well. I'm in Fort Collins.
  10. mpatch

    mpatch Long timer

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    Need a ignition cover for a KTM 500 exc 2014
  11. BikePilot

    BikePilot Long timer

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    I'm looking to buy a '19 Husqvarna TX300. Would also consider any other counterbalanced 250-300cc, linkage-equipped two stroke ('17+ KTM XC, or 17+ Husqvarna TE or TX). Bonus points if it's nicely farkled!
  12. BGB

    BGB Adventurer

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    I'm wanting to pick up a trials bike to mess around with, would be my first trials style moto so don't need a pro level bike but would like something fairly modern if possible. I'm in the Fort Collins area but don't mind a bit of a road trip
  13. BikeSDP

    BikeSDP On a last chance power drive

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    There is a 2013.5 Gas Gas 300 in denver craigslist in nearby Longmont. Just search on trials and you'll find a few. Just mentioning Longmont based on distance. I don't know the seller nor the bike
  14. HellSickle

    HellSickle Scone Rider

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    Looking for a BMW G650GS to replace Paula's totaled bike. I'd like to get it soon and swap off a lot of the goodies that the insurance company won't be paying for. Her current bike is factory lowered, but the suspension is one of the components I would swap out.
  15. HanzoSteel

    HanzoSteel n00bish

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    Need to fix the zipper on my Aerostich pants, need a puller for a leg zipper. These are on back order at Aerostich and it's been over a week. I will replace your puller when I get mine in. So if you have a repair kit with a spare puller let me know.
  16. RedHawk47

    RedHawk47 Adventurer Supporter

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    I have used a lightweight key ring to replace a missing zipper pull.

    Dan
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  17. wakewop

    wakewop Hucker

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    Use a paper clip. Heat sharing tubing on the part that hangs. Bueno !!!!!
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  18. HanzoSteel

    HanzoSteel n00bish

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    It's the zipper head? Idk what it's called, when I try and zipper it up the teeth don't mesh/lock.
  19. Olas

    Olas the darkness

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    Try closing the gap a bit on both sides of the zipper head with some pliers. Sometimes the gap grows with use which leads to the teeth not meshing
  20. wakewop

    wakewop Hucker

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    Look closely at the zipper head. See if there is a number on it. Then go to your local sewing and fabric store. I did that with my compression suit zipper. Putting the new one on was an act of patience!