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Old 03-28-2007, 04:53 PM   #61
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I've got a can of Isobutane stove fuel in Fort Collins for free. It's JetBoil brand but I think it will work with other stoves too. Sold my stove, don't need it.
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Old 03-28-2007, 05:59 PM   #62
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I have a really large, sturdy, weather proof dog house available. (no my dog did not die. We've had dogs for 15 years and neither of them have ever used this damn thing. I'm just tired of looking at it.) Does not leak. Cedar shingles.



Interior dimensions are 40' square. Height is 54" at the crown. This thing is well built. It is 2x4 frame with plywood facings, and some type of insulation between. So that's 4" of insulation around. I've never spent a winter's night it it, but my guess is that with a decent door cover on it and some straw or other insulating bedding, this thing would be quite comfy. Certainly more serious than one of those absurb plastic igloo type houses. Those suck.

This thing weighs a ton. I don't know how much, but I know I can't move it myself. Bring some strong friends. It's possible that we will not be able to fit it thru the gate and may actually have to lift it over the fence to get it out of the yard. In that case i'll knock $15 off the price.

I'm in North Boulder if you want to have a look.

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how do you get a harley in there?
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Old 03-28-2007, 11:14 PM   #63
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This pimpin' ride needs a good home

I absolutely love this bike and its smooth well mannered ride, but sadly it just doesn't get enough attention and stays in the Flying Horse Stable collecting dust.

Todd

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Old 03-31-2007, 06:34 PM   #64
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FREE MAGS & other stuff

Free- BMWON mags from Nov 02 to Oct 06 mostly all there.......... PM me. If there's no response fairly soon they'll be recycled......

3'x6' Desk - heavy, file drawer and 5 others, $35

two drawer file cabinet, pink $5

Kick Wheel for ceramics - $75

Might as well add on the bikes.....

78' V50 motoguzzi - needs battery, runs, sounds nice........ $1650

01' ZX6R - salvage title track bike, could be street fightered or what not, mechanically sound - $1700

three rail solid axle trialer, titled - $225

99' R11S - 11k miles, lazer chip and exhaust, GS torque arm, bags, not cosmetically perfect easy to clean up tho...... $6000
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Old 04-01-2007, 05:28 PM   #65
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05 XR650R on an obscure board $3,600

No relation to me and I know nothing about it. Saw it on an obscure board here in the mountains, might be a good deal for someone that needs one. Probably not too many people seeing it yet.

http://www.pinecam.com/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?t=45497
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Old 04-02-2007, 07:38 AM   #66
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I am looking to upgrade my dirt bike. So here is a link that I posted in the other flea market.

http://www.advrider.com/forums/showthread.php?t=217306
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Old 04-02-2007, 08:41 AM   #67
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I am looking to upgrade my dirt bike. So here is a link that I posted in the other flea market.

http://www.advrider.com/forums/showthread.php?t=217306
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Old 04-02-2007, 10:14 AM   #68
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PM received and resent. Good to hear from you Will.

No get back out on the trail. Your ride report numbers are down.
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Old 04-02-2007, 04:50 PM   #69
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FS 06 R1200GS $14000.00 New Mexico

Hi all,
I bought the GS new last May. It now had just over 12000 miles on it. Santa Fe BMW did the 600 mile service. I have done the rest. I changed the motor oil at 3000, 6000, 9000, and again just last week just before 12000 miles. The motor oil that I am using is BMW standard 15-50. The bike doesn’t burn any oil between changes. This is the first boxer that I have owned that doesn’t.
I change the transmission oil at 6000 miles. It now has full BMW synthetic.
Last fall after BMW changed their minds on Final Drive fluid. They now claim that it should be change one time after 600 miles. I could be off on the miles. But it fairly soon after you buy a 07. They said nothing about the 06s. I change my final drive fluid twice. Once at 9000 and again at 10000. The 9000 oil looks great. A few small metal parts on the Speedo magnet. At 10000 nothing was found on the magnet.

I put new torances on at 9000 miles. They should be about half left.

I installed new rear brake pads at 12000 miles.

I checked the valve tolerances at 6000 and again at 12000. Each time the valves were well within tolerance. Again I have never had a boxer that would hold valve tolerances for 6000 miles let alone 12000.

Riding
I mainly ride the bike back and forth to work. Riding through the National lab most times speeds are around 50 mph. I have had it on two 400 mile trips. I have ridden very little back country with it. I tipped it once when I stopped in a bad spot. As I was starting out my front was stopped by a rock. I tried to hold the bike as long as I could. But it was too far over. When I let it go. It tossed me off. My endruo boots dented the high side of the tank. The panel that was dented is very light weight. Everyone complains about them. They can be replaced. I will replace it if the bike sells. At the same time I put two small dents in the left side luggage cover. Again the cover is very thin tin over a plastic lid. The lid did not brake. Nothing else broke. But the luggage cover has a couple of small marks on it.
Other than that the bike is as new.

The motorcycle has: ABS, Integrated Brakes. Spoke Wheels, Luggage, Hand guards, Fast way foot pegs, I also have the originals. Heated Grips. And more.

I removed the rear low tire cover. I can reinstall it for the sale.









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Old 04-04-2007, 09:56 AM   #70
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Someone called me last night about a chest protector and I could not undestand the message this morning. Call me back when I am awake LOL: I still have one !

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Old 04-04-2007, 03:20 PM   #71
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Evnet Tents for sale Great Deals!

So I have a few aluminum framed canopy event tents that I no longer need.

The 1st is a 20'x30' Economy brand (manufactured in hurricane prone South Florida) it is white in color and has a high roof, one piece canopy, ten height adjustable legs, all aluminum frame, full side curtains with cathedral windows, ropes and stakes. I used it only one time in the Mojave Desert for 6 weeks. It is beautiful and can be set up by one person (though I stongly recommend 2 or more!). Paid just over $3,000.00 one year ago, sell for $1,700 to an adver.

2nd is a 10'x10' F+S brand (also in So. FL, bought out by Economy) white one piece canopy with full side curtains (no windows), height adjustable legs, stakes, and ropes. Very easy to set up alone. Used for occasional events (maybe 14 weeks per year) for 5 years. Side curtains show some wear, but canopy is very good. Cost about $1200.00 sell for $450.00.

3rd is same as second, but only has 1/2 side curtain (20', need 40' to surround) and one leg is bent but still useable. Sell for $200.00

Sorry no actual pics, I'm not going to set them up just to photograph 'em. Here's a stock pic I found online.
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Old 04-04-2007, 05:42 PM   #72
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1968 220D named "Gimpy" w/ fourspeed on column, Installed 240D fresh about 30,000 mi. ago, rusty, shift linkage wore, shutdown valve needed, runs good, new battery, spare misc. parts and 2 wheels. $450.00
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Old 04-04-2007, 06:22 PM   #73
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hard wire for e-trex ?

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1968 220D named "Gimpy" w/ fourspeed on column, Installed 240D fresh about 30,000 mi. ago, rusty, shift linkage wore, shutdown valve needed, runs good, new battery, spare misc. parts and 2 wheels. $450.00
Tempting...so tempting. (Are you running Bio-D)?
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Old 04-04-2007, 06:34 PM   #74
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Not Bio, but...

Have ran some well filtered used motor oil in small quantities, illegal but seems to clean injectors and prechambers well.
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Old 04-05-2007, 12:03 PM   #75
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01 Drz 400

SOLD !! 01 DRZ 400 kick
New tires(1 ride), Fresh oil/filter, antifreeze.
$2350
SOLD !!
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