The Good-Karma, Free-Parts Thread

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

  1. OlDirt58

    OlDirt58 Pucker bush dodger

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    Are those the stockers or after market?
  2. OlDirt58

    OlDirt58 Pucker bush dodger

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    I have some stock parts that came off of a 2008 Yamaha WR250R. Free Pick up only..... Near Long Beach
    All stock emission parts plus tank. None of this stuff had more than 500 miles on it.

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  3. BiggieFalls

    BiggieFalls b00b

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    I believe they are stock. Stamped HM MN5 E1 HONDA

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  4. OlDirt58

    OlDirt58 Pucker bush dodger

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    Very good, thought they might be an aftermarket, I have a 97 with very low miles, if they were aftermarket I would have given them a try. Been awhile, hope all is good.
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  5. GregPoole

    GregPoole Gnarly Coot

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    Wiring Hodgepodge, that's what I've got here. All packed up in a USPS small flat rate box ready to ship for $8...

    Please take it all as it's already boxed up and ready to go, would be a hassle to break it all open.
    • couple of SAE connectors-to-alligator clips cables, one is fused
    • couple of SAE connectors-to-heated clothing connectors, both fused
    • three BMW-to-SAE connector cables
    • SAE-to-battery terminal cable, fused
    • couple of SAE connector pigtail cables for your own DIY project(s)
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  6. mikeysduck

    mikeysduck Slow Ride to Nowhere

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    Electrical DIBS Dibs retracted
  7. bluestar

    bluestar sheep shagger

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    Dibs. I'll PM you in a minute.
  8. Yossarian™

    Yossarian™ Deputy Cultural Attaché

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    If mikeysduck can part with the low profile (right angle) AMPS male plug to SAE connector, it would be of great use to me.
  9. GregPoole

    GregPoole Gnarly Coot

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    Handlebar Switch Mounting Hodgepodge, yes another hodgepodge. Again all boxed up in a USPS flat rate small box ready to ship for $8.
    Various thingies to mount switches for whatever to your handlebars. Have at it.

    Please take it all as it's already boxed up ready to go and would be a hassle to break it all open.

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  10. GregPoole

    GregPoole Gnarly Coot

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    Gas tank mounting assembly, twist & lock with key. Not sure what else to call this. It's intended purpose is to mount one half to the gas tank ring and the other half to a tank bag or whatever. Mate the two sides by twisting together and locking for a floating tank bag over your gas tank. I was planning on using it to mount something to a sidecar setup. It doesn't have to be used for mounting a gas tank-to-tank bag. Use your imagination.

    Looks like it's made of ABS or similar and 5-1/2" diameter.

    All packed up ready to go in a USPS small flat rate box, shipping for $8.

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  11. FLYING EYEBALL

    FLYING EYEBALL out of step

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    In for the switch thingys.
  12. rg sw wa.

    rg sw wa. Long timer Supporter

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    I type too slow and my fingers are too fat.
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  13. JimVonBaden

    JimVonBaden "Cool" Aid! Supporter

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    Dibs on the gas tank ring. :-)
  14. rsteiger

    rsteiger Bob Supporter

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    WR250R Flatland Radiator Guard - Free to good home (Just pay for Shipping or Local Pickup)

    Bend in the guard was made for clearance when running my 4.7 Gallon IMS fuel tank.

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  15. SuperChuck

    SuperChuck Been here awhile

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    Dibs?

    I'll take that off your hands if it's still available. :)
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  16. rsteiger

    rsteiger Bob Supporter

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    It is yours
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  17. Yinzer Moto

    Yinzer Moto aka: trailer Rails Supporter

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    Clover textile riding pants. 32 inch waist, they are Italian, so it is closer to a 31. If I could drop 5 or 10 pounds, I’d wear them.

    They are a bit dusty and dirty. I have not worn them in 10 years.

    Similar to this pic but the ones I have are an older model. I’ll take a look around for the insulated liner but I don’t think I have it.

    Call dibs, then send me a PM. Taker pays shipping, I’ll ship the most economical way.

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  18. rg sw wa.

    rg sw wa. Long timer Supporter

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    Moto, you can do it ! Keep them. On the other hand i’d have to go in a time machine an go back a few decades.
  19. iatethepeach

    iatethepeach Been here awhile

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    Dibs on those pants if you don't change your mind about dieting, Yinzer.
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  20. GregPoole

    GregPoole Gnarly Coot

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    QuadGear UTV Roll Cage hand holds. I used these, with some foam pipe insulation inside of them, attached to the grab rails of the GS to give something for my wife to really hold on to while riding. They can be used for much more if you use your imagination. :hmmmmm ATV/UTV roll cages, side case carrying handles, etc.

    They're a perfect fit in a USPS Small Flat Rate box for $8 shipping (lower 48 only please) ...

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