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Old 02-22-2014, 05:00 PM   #13246
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Dibs on the DBU-DCU-ACU. PM sent...

BDU blouse, 2 sets DCU's, 1 set ACU's. Sizes vary from medium/extra long, to large/extra long: Free
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Old 02-23-2014, 08:25 AM   #13247
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Originally Posted by Luke308 View Post
SPRING CLEANING SALE! Located near C-470 & Kipling in Littleton, CO. Open to trades on all this stuff as well.

Wolfman Enduro Duffel Bag, and Enduro Saddle Bags. Used in decent condition. Think I might be missing a strap on one of them, but would be an easy replacement. $100:

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Old 02-23-2014, 09:40 AM   #13248
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I've got a new--never mounted--D606 120-90-18 rear--stickers still on it.
Problem is I sold all my bikes with 18" rears
No shipping but if anybody local wants it for say $75 OBO--PM me.
If you have a new never mounted dual sport 17" 120-90 (NO Trailwings) I might be willing to trade.
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Old 02-23-2014, 11:09 AM   #13249
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AKASY: Throw it on a semi headed north and tell em to throw it out up here, I could use it

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Old 02-23-2014, 08:28 PM   #13251
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Total feeler post...

I am interested in trading this bike for something smaller that would be more fun to ride with my lady. Needless to say even if she was a bad ass rider, she's not keeping up with this bike or my 450 anywhere on a KE100.

It's a '00 YZ125. (six speed) The top end is solid, it kicks over easy, new levers, new renthal bars, new cycra probend bark busters, SDG gripper seat, I have brand new still in the bags factory yamaha plastics for it(full set minus fork guards), brand new renthal chain and sprockets (up 2 teeth in the back from 48 to 50 for a little more trail-ability) new grips, new throttle assembly, newer MX51's front and rear, front fork seals were done last season and it got ridden maybe 6 hours last season total, rear shock isn't leaking, acting fine, no idea when the last service was. I've only had the bike 2 years/seasons. I bought it from Grand Prix Motorsports when I worked there, everything was gone through before purchase. It will need front brake pads before next season I would imagine. It's jetted for altitude, it's got a spark arrested FMF turbine core 2 muffler.

The only things wrong; Cosmetic - Seat cover isn't ripped but it's not really a great looking seat. Boot rub on the frame, typical roost rash on the swing arm/rear wheel, dented expansion chamber. Nothing exceeding normal wear for a bike like this, and if anything it's in exceptional shape for its age. Mechanical; I've been keeping fresh transmission oil in it every other ride because the clutch plates are starting to wear. Clutch plates are cheap and still available from bike shops.

Other than that I could go out to my shed and kick it over right now and rip up thunder valley on it. She's a runner.

Pics available if there's interest.

I'm interested in anything play bike sized. two stroke 80/85 - TTR 125 CRF150R would be a dream trade. I could throw in an 03' XR50 to trade up to the 150R if anyone's interested that way too... I'm open to suggestions. She just gets frustrated when we ride and she sees my back tire for about 15 seconds before I'm gone.
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Old 02-23-2014, 09:22 PM   #13252
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Originally Posted by Geolander View Post
She just gets frustrated when we ride and she sees my back tire for about 15 seconds before I'm gone.
That's your fault, it's also why my Sister rides a 130 HP Ducati.
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Old 02-23-2014, 10:52 PM   #13253
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Eno Doublenest Hammock. $40

I'll take the mosquito net and the hammock (what kind of shape is the hammock in?)
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Old 02-24-2014, 05:31 AM   #13254
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Trade 97 KTM 620

Looking to trade my 1997 KTM 620 R/XC for a 250 2-stroke set up for the woods. Bike is street legal with title. Has 3300 miles in very good condition. Only known problem is it needs a throttle return cable. Unable to post pictures if you give me e-mail ad I can send to you.
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Old 02-24-2014, 08:01 AM   #13255
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Old 02-24-2014, 10:04 AM   #13256
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WTB CRF150F/KLX140 (or similar)

WTB: 150 ish thumper

Hey guys.

It's time for both my kids to move up. Looking to move my daughter off of the PW 50 and onto my boys KLX 110. to do that, I need to move the boy up the ladder.

He's a big 10 yr old, but a definate thumper guy, and a trail rider, not a racer. Not looking for a two-stroke or high strung bike. We visited the dealers and he's right at the edge of going along the lines of a CRF 150f or KLX 140.

If the price were right I'd consider DRZ/KLX 125L, TTR 125L etc...but due to his size/weight and rapid growth, I'd love to find a 150ish bike.

Prefer to work with an ADV member when I can.

Prefer something on the more affordable end sub-$1500

If you have something that fits or suggestions PM me.

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Old 02-24-2014, 11:02 AM   #13257
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2008 KTM 280 XCF-W
Great condition. Bought it from Annie about 18 months back with the fresh factory 280cc kit installed.
I have since taken an couple of off road classes on it and rode it about twice. It took a while to figure this out but I prefer moderate off-roading two-up on the big bike, and when I have time to go riding in the woods I almost always end up taking the mountain bike.
So there she goes:

The bike is in great mechanical shape and runs very very well. Some minor battlescars but that's about it. Ready to ride.

The bike is plated.

It has since had done/installed:

- electrics gone through (headlight, brake and tail light, switches)
- recent new tires (MT21 front, MT43 rear)
- Scott's steering damper (that is optional - see below)
- Bullet Proof Designs radiator Guards (really nice machined billet guards)
- 4 gal Acerbis tank currently installed, stock tank and shrouds included
- battery tender lead
- just fresh Motorex and filter today.

comes with some more Motorex 10-50 oil, two filters and a complete oil screen set, take-off 250 cc parts, and all literature

$3950 without Scott's damper (mount will stay on bike)
$4200 with Scott's damper.

More pictures upon request by PM or email.

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Old 02-25-2014, 12:13 AM   #13258
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Bump for $100. Or reasonable offer.
PM sent-

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Old 02-25-2014, 03:11 PM   #13259
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$1800 if purchased by Sunday March 2nd

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2000 DRZ400E
Got this from member about a year ago. Rode it twice, just sitting now.

This is the earlier E model (2000-2002) which runs higher compression, better cams, and a better carb than the later DRZ models. Hard to find a stock engined DRZ with this much power.

This bike has approximately 200 miles since I rebuilt the top end.

Fires up whenever I want it to, without issue.

Titled and street legal.

It isn't a show bike and gets ran in the dirt, snow, and mud. It is for riding and riding hard.

The good:

Fresh Wiseco piston
Rekluse Z-start Pro
MRD Pro Comp exhaust
Kickstart added to supplement the electric start
New sealed battery
FCR39 recently rebuilt
Jetting is spot on
R&D Flexjet / extended fuel jet
Thumper Talk manual cam chain tensioner
Scotts sharkfin
Acerbis handguards
Raptor petcock
Thumpertalk skid plate
S Sprockets - 15/44
200 miles on the new chain
Sisneros Speed Works quick pull throttle
Renthal bars
New grips
S model radiators for better cooling
Electric fan, not hooked up yet
IMS pegs
Rox Risers

The bad:

Needs tires, the knobbies on there are around 40%, if that
Fork seals have started to weep
Electric fan isn't hooked up
Brake light stays on, just for show
Getting to be brake pad time
The clutch isn't needed with the Rekluse so it's just left unhooked down by the crankcase
The exhaust is for an S model so the mid mount hole is about 1/2" off. It's still solid.

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Old 02-25-2014, 08:10 PM   #13260
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SOLD Klim Dakar pants, size 40. Lightly used. Small damage on bottom right inner leg from contact with exhaust pipe. $75.


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