The Good-Karma, Free-Parts Thread

Discussion in 'Parts' started by ag_streak, Jan 26, 2010.

  1. Goomicoo

    Goomicoo Rubber Cow

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    I can use that!
  2. JRWooden

    JRWooden Homeless motorcycle vagabond ... and ... loving it

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    2nd Dibs!
    PM Incoming ... just in case #1 falls thru
  3. GregPoole

    GregPoole Gnarly Coot

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    Three (3) 24" rolls of 3M Solas reflective tape. Got it from Aerostich, but it's available elsewhere. PayPal a couple of bucks to cover a large manila envelope and a bunch of stamps for mailing.

    I can fold them up into long 12" or whatever strips and put them in a large manila envelope for mailing.

    Great for adding to the rear of whatever's on your bike, it truly lights up the night when illuminated.

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  4. DaleE

    DaleE TransAlp Adv

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    I'll call dibs on the tape, have a specific use. I'm in Boulder.
  5. GregPoole

    GregPoole Gnarly Coot

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  6. GregPoole

    GregPoole Gnarly Coot

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    Cool, maybe we could meet up to pass off. I hate to fold them up if it's not necessary.
  7. CharlesH

    CharlesH Support those who support you.

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    2nd dibs if the first falls through
  8. GregPoole

    GregPoole Gnarly Coot

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    Tool tubes! You know the drill, just cover the shipping.
    These are the tool tubes that KLR riders get wood over... :hide ... I know, I used to be one. :lol3

    Lots of examples of novel mounting ideas for these here on AdvRider. Tube is 12" long (14" if you count the mounting tab) and 3-12" diameter.

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  9. Hebcon

    Hebcon Adventurer

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    I'll do dibs if there is any left, I could use some for the back of my black panniers.
  10. Baroquenride

    Baroquenride Everyone dies, but not everyone truly lives.

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    Dibs on the tool tubes!
  11. rabbitfootfern

    rabbitfootfern n00b

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    Motorcycle pannier rack that came when I bought my givi cases on eBay last year. I don't recall what bike these came off of, but it might have been a bandit. I never used it. Local to Los Angeles county

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  12. ChopperCharles

    ChopperCharles Long timer

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    Man I was way too slow. Those tool tubes are awesome! Great give!

    Charles.
  13. Daz the Aussie

    Daz the Aussie Mistrusts Squirrels

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    Dibs on the racks! I can mod them for use! PM incoming!
  14. GregPoole

    GregPoole Gnarly Coot

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    Sorry! This local guy is getting all the rolls of Solas ... :(
  15. GregPoole

    GregPoole Gnarly Coot

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    Moto key holder. Kinda hard to describe, so I'll let the pictures do the talking. Cover the shipping please.
    Used this on an old BMW key, but it could be used on any number of keys. Bling to be sure.

    Uses a small 2.5mm hex bolt to hold key in place. Not sure, but believe I got this from Wunderlich, I think that's their logo on the top... :hmmmmm

    Used to hold a BMW spare key like this one, back when BMW "extra" keys were not only small but affordable:

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  16. Fearless

    Fearless Brutally Honest Supporter

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    Dibs on the key holder. Perfect for my Triumph project.
  17. plugeye

    plugeye MC rescue

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  18. Pete Behn

    Pete Behn Adventurer

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    2nd dibbs on the tool tubes if the give-away falls through. Thanks.
  19. WillieJ

    WillieJ MotorMan

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    R1150GS transmission. Just under 13000 miles. BAD INPUT SHAFT SLINES. Internals are good and were working properly at the time the splines failed back in 2007. This was the topic of this thread:
    https://advrider.com/f/threads/failed-input-shaft-splines-r1150gs-12-800-miles.207014/
    The internals of this transmission would be good as rebuild parts. I wouldn’t use the front portion of the transmission case, because a popular theory at the time this fail happened was that the mating surface of some number transmissions was improperly machined as a root cause of the issue. The replacement transmission has gone 40k miles with no issue in my now sold 1150GS.

    Also available is the clutch slave cylinder from the same bike.

    Local pickup or meet at a reasonable distance from the Seattle, Vancouver BC area. Will ship at your expense and my leisure.

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  20. GS Addict

    GS Addict Pepperfool Supporter

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    Dibs in the Transmission and slave.
    Convo started
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