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Discussion in 'Pacific Northwet - Where it's green. And wet.' started by DantesDame, Aug 25, 2008.
No front brake?
well all the parts are in the drum and there is space for a lever on the bars. just no cable and no lever..... rear disc works great though
A special location is provided for that, http://advrider.com/index.php?threads/things-you-want-to-say-in-the-pnw-flea-market.888253/ You don't want the oblitorators coming down on us.
Anyone have some xr50 training wheels they'd let me use to teach my daughter to ride?
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Surface Element electric fat bike for sale.
2 batteries, 2 chargers, fenders, CETMA front rack.
Fun bike, great range.
Heavy duty bike.
$1600.00 or best offer. Local pick up only.
I should know that...
i have a 29" inseam and it is a little tall for me but manageable.
I think it was the medium. It was not the tall model.
Hmmm...they don't seem to differentiate between medium and tall. Straight from their website:
A RIDER’S HEIGHT IS THE BEST DETERMINANT FOR SIZE WITH S/M (17.5” FRAME) OPTIMAL FOR PEOPLE 5’2” TO 5’7” AND M/L (19” FRAME) IDEAL FOR THOSE 5’8” TO 6’6”.
I think that is for the new models. This was their first electric fat bike.
The company has changed hands since.
That said this would be a medium.
OK, thanks Fishy. Gonna be too small for me and my giant bod. GLWS.
You might want to try it. It is a beast of a bike and stupid fun to ride.
Lots of adjustment left in the seat post.
Just bought the wife a Versys 300. Still got the seat? Does it lower the seat height at all when installed?
Ladies FRYE boots. Specifically they are a size 9.5 Engineer 12R in black like this
Nice boots, lightly worn and they look it. Now that there's no street motorcycle, she's not wearing them. Our loss, your gain. New they were north of $250, she'd like $75 for them.
Yes, they're a bit dirty in the photos, and I'll be happy to clean them for you. Or you can treat them like former cows and realize they are used to walking around in the mud and the crud and the cornfields....
PM or text me at 206.790.2972
Free, or your call on a donation to forum:
CST fork springs
0.43 spring rate, 503 mm length, 33.0 mm ID, 43.3 mm OD
Fits DRZ and some KTM forks, best I can tell.
I'll ship at your cost if you want, otherwise pickup in Eugene.
Send a PM to claim them.
I have a decent muffler for a R1100RT or R1100RS. Also fits a R1100GS if you want a "low-pipe" option, though for the GS you'll need to fabricate up a modified rear hangar but that's pretty simple to do with ordinary hand tools. I just don't want to throw it in the landfill.
You need it? You want it? It's yours! (free) But I'm not gonna ship it. Pick up at my place in Tacoma.
Also, BTW, I got this thread going in the big FM for anyone interested.
R1100GS R1150GS Valve Covers - Cylinder Head Covers - single spark
Bell MX 9 Adventure helmet. White size large. Only about a month of use. $50 like the link below but white.
Tourmaster Epic Jacket. been in the closet for quite a while. Has a liner and is a decent jacket just haven't used it in a few years. $50 Like the link below but black and well loved.
Located in Olympia, won't ship, but will take $75 for both.
Please PM for details. Shoot me your number and I can text you some photos.
I'm selling my 2004 KTM SXC dual sport. I've also got it posted in the bike section of the flea market
I purchased this bike two years ago from the original owner with 11,000 miles on it it now has 11,795. The original owner was an engineer and kept meticulous notes on every detail of maintenance, chain adjustment, carb adjustment, miles ridden, suspension adjustment, fuel consumption, etc. I have 42 pages of notes in a small spiral notebook. Here are the details:
18 liter fuel tank and seat
new rear wheel with Talon hub with cush drive
radiator fan kit on thermostat
JD Jet kit
stainless steel oil filters
Hyper Lite tail light
35/35 w H4 headlight bulb
New chain and sprockets 16-48 (107 miles on them)
Pro Moto billet rack
fork and shock were serviced when I purchase the bike and put it back at stock height. I have a set of lowering springs for the fork and shock that will go with the bike.
Original tank and seat
the entire wiring harness was cleaned up, wrapped and protected to prevent chafing
Pirelli MT 21s are about 50%
The oil changes have averaged about every 500 miles or so. Motorex, Motul or other high quality synthetics.
I'm selling this bike and my 250 EXC to buy a 500EXC. $3800 or best offer.
Thanks for looking.
I also have an Enduro Engineering tall firm seat for any KTM RFS bike. I bought it in December and it has two rides on it. It in new condition with the exception of some mud splatter. I paid about $125 but the local ADV price is about $75.
Hey all, I have a '70 Honda Z50A K2 for sale. I bought it as a major project, and have brought it back to life with a mix of NOS, reproduction, and used OEM parts. It runs and rides fine, is complete with all appropriate guards/shields/doo dads, and all lights (hi/lo beam, tail light, brake light, hi beam indicator) work as they should. It's ready for a summer of camping, or since it's complete, it's also ready to be torn apart and repainted for a 100% restoration. Personally, I'd prefer someone straps it on a camper and rides the crap out of it this summer! Asking $2,000 for advriders, comes with box of leftover parts from rebuild. Trades considered for 1978-1980 Ford Fiesta, '70s Ford Capri, or weird old domestic or import cars (probably no bike trades). I do not have a title, as it is a Z50. Thanks