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Old 07-12-2013, 10:26 AM   #17776
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Standing on thruxton wheels and waiting for new rims to build up a Scrambler look again and remove the nice guy that it has turned towards now:-) Strange how much the knobbles do to the look.







Mods on the way:
New black rims with black nipples. 4.25" rear
Massmoto black exhaust, the arrow is up for sale.
Mr martini vintage seat with new rear and front fender.
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Old 07-12-2013, 01:02 PM   #17777
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Scrambler for sale in Montana

It has been tough decision but I will have to part with my 2009 (2012?) matt Kahki Green Scrambler, loaded to the teeth. About 6k miles, still has about 9 months of warrantee left. Never dropped, never off road (beyond road work areas on highways). In Very good condition. New Tourances on it now.

I found it brand new (never prepped, never ridden, it had .5 miles on it in April 2012) last Spring in the Triumph dealer in Missoula, MT, fell in love and grabbed it. Then I lavished it with every conceivable Farkle to make it a more useful and comfortable bike.

Now due to a host of personal reasons it needs a new good home (lets face it, if money were no object I would keep it just to dust it off and look at it......)


The bike will come with:

New Spare tires: 1 front Metzler tourance, 2 rear Metzler tourance)
Clearwater lighting Krista lights
Spitfire Slipstream wind shield
triumph tiger 1050 hand guards
sw mototech mirror extensions
scott olier eSystem
two 12v plug ins
clearwater LED voltage regulator
heated vest plug in
Triumph engine guards (dresser bars)
Triumph skid plate
Arrow 2 into one pipes
rear rack Renntec
Custom pannier rack (powder coated, made with the Wolfman ovals for quick connection)
Wolfman expedition bags
Hyperlights in rear
new horn (LOUDER!)
cramp buster
throttle lock
Airhawk seating system
quick release seat cover screws
handle bar risers
spare Triumph seat
LED "idiot" light conversion kit
Triumph locking gas cap

If you add up the “retail”cost of these extras you will see why this is quite a deal! (whew..... I did buy it a lot of gifts!!) I really wish to feel it as is complete and not have to "part it out".

This will go in the sells area of this forum but as you all were such a help to me (all1185 pages of this forum!!) I wanted to list it here first!

Price: $9800

Rudy in Helena,MT (email me at: RudyS2@aol.com)

(PHOTOS onCraigslist: http://helena.craigslist.org/mcy/3934681225.html )
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Old 07-12-2013, 04:52 PM   #17778
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It has been tough decision but I will have to part with my 2009 (2012?) matt Kahki Green Scrambler, loaded to the teeth. About 6k miles, still has about 9 months of warrantee left. Never dropped, never off road (beyond road work areas on highways). In Very good condition. New Tourances on it now.

I found it brand new (never prepped, never ridden, it had .5 miles on it in April 2012) last Spring in the Triumph dealer in Missoula, MT, fell in love and grabbed it. Then I lavished it with every conceivable Farkle to make it a more useful and comfortable bike.

Now due to a host of personal reasons it needs a new good home (lets face it, if money were no object I would keep it just to dust it off and look at it......)


The bike will come with:

New Spare tires: 1 front Metzler tourance, 2 rear Metzler tourance)
Clearwater lighting Krista lights
Spitfire Slipstream wind shield
triumph tiger 1050 hand guards
sw mototech mirror extensions
scott olier eSystem
two 12v plug ins
clearwater LED voltage regulator
heated vest plug in
Triumph engine guards (dresser bars)
Triumph skid plate
Arrow 2 into one pipes
rear rack Renntec
Custom pannier rack (powder coated, made with the Wolfman ovals for quick connection)
Wolfman expedition bags
Hyperlights in rear
new horn (LOUDER!)
cramp buster
throttle lock
Airhawk seating system
quick release seat cover screws
handle bar risers
spare Triumph seat
LED "idiot" light conversion kit
Triumph locking gas cap

If you add up the “retail”cost of these extras you will see why this is quite a deal! (whew..... I did buy it a lot of gifts!!) I really wish to feel it as is complete and not have to "part it out".

This will go in the sells area of this forum but as you all were such a help to me (all1185 pages of this forum!!) I wanted to list it here first!

Price: $9800

Rudy in Helena,MT (email me at: RudyS2@aol.com)
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Old 07-12-2013, 06:30 PM   #17779
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Anyone fitted a Shinko 705 on the front of their Scrambler? I am in the process of looking for a new front, I 'm a little disappointed with the Anakee II that I have now. 6K miles and it is starting to cup . I got almost 12K out of the original Trailwing front.

Anyway I really like the Shinko 705 I have on my other bike but it is only available in 110/80-19. I know alot of you have put wider rears on but how about up front? Not really wanting to start a which tire is better discussion, If it wont work I will probably try a Distanza or maybe a Tourance.


I am also get close to needing a new chain. I cant seem to find a vendor that sells a kit that includes the chain/sprockets that names the chain brand. I would like a DID gold o-ring chain but so far the only thing I have found is someone in England and its going to be around $70 for shipping.
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Old 07-12-2013, 11:44 PM   #17780
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Old 07-13-2013, 10:39 AM   #17781
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I am also get close to needing a new chain. I cant seem to find a vendor that sells a kit that includes the chain/sprockets that names the chain brand. I would like a DID gold o-ring chain but so far the only thing I have found is someone in England and its going to be around $70 for shipping.

I went with this combo just last month. They shipped super fast. And it looks good on the bike.

http://www.drivesystemsusa.com/c/422...ler-06-11.html
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Old 07-14-2013, 09:44 AM   #17782
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Talking

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Woohoo ... part of the club. Scrambler sitting in my backyard as of yesterday! Great so far.

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Well ... I'm waiting on some new parts coming for British Customs to eliminate all the chrome/plastic space ship parts but I've already done my first mod ... kicking my gear selector back into place after my first offroad experience on the bike. The thing isn't nearly as hard to pick up as I thought it would be ... ah well.

Here she is as of Friday ...



Now I just gotta get some more seat time and that Rotopax mount from above and I'll start taking this more places than my Tacoma truck.
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Old 07-14-2013, 11:40 AM   #17783
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New mudguards

Spent the afternoon cutting down and fitting a pair of Wassells universal alloy mudguards to my Scrambler.
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Rear


Bike with single seat


Bike with Bonnie seat
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Old 07-14-2013, 12:46 PM   #17784
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Old 07-14-2013, 07:29 PM   #17785
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Picked this up two weeks ago.
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Old 07-15-2013, 07:45 AM   #17786
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Old 07-15-2013, 05:45 PM   #17787
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Nice pics

Here's a recent one of mine:

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Old 07-15-2013, 06:39 PM   #17788
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Anybody put a Kaoko throttle cruise control on their aftermarket bars? Just received one that I ordered and realized it's for stock bars with the internal threaded holes to receive the bolt on bar end caps
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Are you looking to sell it or find a way to adapt it?
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Old 07-16-2013, 01:12 PM   #17789
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Spent the afternoon cutting down and fitting a pair of Wassells universal alloy mudguards to my Scrambler.
Front


Rear


Bike with single seat


Bike with Bonnie seat
That's a nice look....were the mudguards easy to fit?
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Old 07-17-2013, 02:53 AM   #17790
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Spent the afternoon cutting down and fitting a pair of Wassells universal alloy mudguards to my Scrambler.
Front


Rear


Bike with single seat


Bike with Bonnie seat
Good looking,but think it is to much Space between the front Wheel and the fender
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