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Discussion in 'The Sandbox - AKA Flatistan' started by Jack Daniel, May 12, 2009.
Pretty sure putting mx boots is less difficult than installing your products.
So the average home owner would have 15 or 20 extra parts, whereas the above average home owner would only have 4 or 5 extra parts?
And his company shorts you 5 parts per just to see how you adapt.
And they are not normal parts that you can source locally... like nuts and bolts.
13k ish according to the owner. I axed about it today
So when do you pick it up?
Yep. That's exactly what I was thinking
I'd probably own it by now if time allowed. Making the most of this long weekend by re staining the house and painting trim... ya know, stuff that's difficult to do from a hotel
Yessir, I remember those days. 8 years' worth of traveling around for Corporate America, and this October will be my 8th anniversary of walking away from it. The perks were nice--those free Hilton Honors cruises and resort stays are good memories--but I sure do like going home after work every day...the best perk of all, IMO
OK, back on track--are Yammie WR-Rs so good that 8-yr-old examples are worth over 4 grand? Sure, it's in good shape with low miles, but it ain't even a little bit farkled!
Ktm 300 with 2400 miles? https://jacksonville.craigslist.org/mcy/d/street-legal-ktm/6288537242.html
Da Phuk is this and why is it so expensive? https://jacksonville.craigslist.org/cto/d/1972-pathfinder-jeep-fj40/6253956864.html
nice xr250l https://jacksonville.craigslist.org/snw/d/93-xr250l-honda/6244344008.html
1976 Husky 360 https://jacksonville.craigslist.org/mcy/d/1976-husky-360-cr-in-great/6269716974.html
Yamaha SRX600 https://daytona.craigslist.org/mcy/d/1985-yamaha-srx-600-super/6261360753.html
1998 KE100 super low miles https://daytona.craigslist.org/mcy/d/1998-ke100-enduro-dirt-bike/6258662560.html
I've lusted after the SRX-6 since they first came out in the 80's. Those and the 1st-gen Interceptors. And I've never even ridden one. At this point in my life, I reckon it'd be hard for those machines to live up to my hopes and expectations...wouldn't keep me from swinging a leg over one tho.
i wasn't searching for one.. but its part of my usual crazy search words: Kick Start, Enduro, Street Legal and Plated
You can find a lot of great deals by searching with those words.
I don't doubt it...prolly works a lot better than my go-to search word, which is CHEAP
You should try the search word "generator". But only if you have your meds at hand.
Cool bikes, just they made them about 30 pounds overweight with those wheels and brake components. Electrics can be dodgy on some of them; mid 80s Yamaha CDIs were not known to be the best. Fun to ride though; feels like a really small sportbike underneath you, but not uncomfy either. If I found one for $2k, I'd pick another up in a heartbeat.
Anyone need something excessive to haul their bike around with?
do you need a CDL licence for that?
If that GVWR of 26,000 is correct, I dont think so.
Well, I have been thinking about a new hauler for the trials bike. That should just about do it.
He probably should keep that for a few weeks till the water goes back down.