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Old 09-07-2009, 09:46 PM   #1801
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4X4 F250 trade for a bike

This truck is perfect, no rust or dents. 460/auto. Loaded. 180,000 miles.
Would consider a BMW, KTM, Aprilia, Buell, Ducati or Buell adventure, sport or sport touring. 509-969-4999


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Old 09-07-2009, 10:10 PM   #1802
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a 17 and 21! "Sold"! My damn rear Pirelli MT-21 is worn practically slick down the middle, almost literally. You can see the whole penny if you hold one up. In fact I think Abraham Lincoln's stovepipe tophat is on and showing. PM me and let me know where and when I can pick 'em up, I assure you what you've got is better. The rear needs to be a 17 though.
dammit

my mistake. Wasn't paying enough attention. I've got an 18" rear.

You can still have the front.
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Old 09-07-2009, 10:19 PM   #1803
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Hey ZS, I've got a 17" Sahara 50% tread you can have for 90$. OR, you can just have it for free and a look at my DR350 for a potential tail rack test fit
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Old 09-07-2009, 10:28 PM   #1804
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Hey ZS, I've got a 17" Sahara 50% tread you can have for 90$. OR, you can just have it for free and a look at my DR350 for a potential tail rack test fit
Consider it done, in exchange for checking out your rear rack. I'm going to be looking at a DR650, curious to see if they are the same frame. PM me with where ad when. Let the record state that I just loaded you perverted jokesters up with quote fodder. Enjoy.
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Old 09-07-2009, 10:44 PM   #1805
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Consider it done, in exchange for checking out your rear rack. I'm going to be looking at a DR650, curious to see if they are the same frame. PM me with where ad when. Let the record state that I just loaded you perverted jokesters up with quote fodder. Enjoy.
I still have that 50% give or take Kendra 270 you wanted.
Maybe you could bring the tank bag over and pick up the tire and we could negotiate the difference?

Fugly needs a rear rack one of these days...
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Old 09-07-2009, 11:02 PM   #1806
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TLR200 For Trade or Sale $850

New Chain, For Seals, New front fender, new handlebars, adjustable carb (XR100 clone), no battery, turn signal switch is flaky, new levers. Not a cream puff but definitely fun. Plated with tabs good until Jan 2010.

Would take a trade for the right 70s-90s standard bike in excess of 750cc.


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Old 09-08-2009, 06:52 PM   #1807
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1986 Country Coach Diesel Pusher 36ft


1986 country couch diesel pusher, 36 feet long 41k miles. 8.2L turbocharged Detroit diesel engine and Allison transmission on a Gillig chassis. It is equipped with air ride and air brakes, hydraulic stabilizer jacks and a 6.5 Killowatt Onan propane generator. It's got a backup camera and floodlights, as well as docking lights and a spotlight(some lights bulbs need to be replaced). Aluminum wheels and newer tires with just a few thousand miles on them. It starts and runs beautifully. The exterior is in good shape, super clean, it's a nice looking and driving coach.

The interior is well equipped with corian countertops and tabletops, wood cabinets and walls throughout. Queen size bed, shower, porcelain toilet, real parquet wood floors in the kitchen, tile bathroom and hallway, and wall to wall carpet throughout the rest of the coach. Leather swivel captains chairs up front, drivers side is a power chair. There is a fold out couch for guests or children, and the table area also converts into a small bed as well. There is some water damage on the walls from condensation when we lived in it for a winter, but the roof does not leak. Also the upholstry is not new looking, it is 23 years old after all, but doesn't look too bad.

The modern sound system is a new Sony deck with 4 Polk audio 6.5 speakers, which is more than enough for the space, it sounds very nice. The bedroom has its own stereo, which is a clarion deck and two three way speakers set into the wood cabinets, though original to the coach, we thought it sounded very nice and didn't feel the need to upgrade. The bedroom also has it's own TV and DVD player. We also have installed a modern fridge/freezer which can run on either propane or electric and a new microwave oven.

There are two propane furnaces, one for the front, and one for the rear, and they get the coach toasty in a matter of minutes. For the summer, there are also two AC units, again on for the front and one for the back, which cool very nicely (these AC units can also heat as well).

There are many other extras to this coach as well, too many to list, but it makes a very comfortable home away from home.
The only things needing to be done: the brakes will need to be done within a few thousand miles, and the propane hot water heater will need a new valve for the gas. Other than that this coach is ready to go anywhere you want it to.


$10,000 motivated to sell. I will also take a minimum of $8000 plus a pickup camper in good shape or just about anything that will fit in a garage . I'd really like to sell this, I'm still making payments on it and not really using it since we cleaned it out sell it.

PM me if you are interested, I don't follow this thread too much.

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Old 09-09-2009, 07:11 AM   #1808
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03 KTM 200 SX plated & low hrs



I bought this bike in 04 and have rode it a few times. It has Doma ex with s/a , o-ring ch black Clark tank [3 gal I think] never used. UFO front light
KTM tail light. Near as I can tell it has power for lights by checking at the bike shop,Skagit Power Sp.

$3500.00 If that is too much I suggest you don't buy it.
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Old 09-09-2009, 07:59 AM   #1809
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I bought this bike in 04 and have rode it a few times. It has Doma ex with s/a , o-ring ch black Clark tank [3 gal I think] never used. UFO front light
KTM tail light. Near as I can tell it has power for lights by checking at the bike shop,Skagit Power Sp.

$3500.00 If that is too much I suggest you don't buy it.
That thing (I know he's rode it exactly once in the 1 1/2 yrs I've known him) is perfect. It's almost as fast as my KDX.
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Old 09-09-2009, 10:03 AM   #1810
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In case y'all hadn't seen it...

'03 XR650R - Gaspipe original, G-dog special
http://www.advrider.com/forums/showthread.php?t=503562



G-dog's bike. He needs to sell it. Send me a PM if interested.

is this bike still avalible? PM sent...
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Old 09-09-2009, 10:40 AM   #1811
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is this bike still avalible? PM sent...
Bike is still available.
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Old 09-09-2009, 10:47 AM   #1812
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2007 BMW 1200GS adventure for sale

2007 BMW 1200 GS adventure for sale, 10,400miles on the bike,
Has ABS, ASC, on board computer, heated grips
Touratech extras, headlight guard, alu sump guard, read brake resivor guard
Come with BMW side panniers. Newer continental TKC-80 tires, maybe 600miles on them. Bike is in great shape, runs perfect, never any problems asking $15,500
Located in Bend OR
please email me with any questions
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Old 09-10-2009, 11:30 AM   #1813
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Bike is still available.
Somebody buy it before I do something stoopid

I still can't get DW's 510 out of my head
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Old 09-10-2009, 04:12 PM   #1814
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D.W's 510 was the bomb for sure... If I can ditch my KLR. i will snatch up that XR for sure...I like it even better then the 510.....
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Old 09-10-2009, 04:34 PM   #1815
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WTS NIB Scottoiler kit.

Bought a Scottoiler kit last year through Happy Trails, when I got my nerfbars. I have never gotten around to putting it on and probably wont ever. $120 shipped. Thanks and have a nice day.

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