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Old 03-28-2014, 10:51 AM   #13516
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Land Rover belt buckle

I used to have a IIA 88" and you got a free heavy brass Land Rover Logo belt buckle with every 55gal drum of 90 wt you got for the swivel balls. Quite nice, not the painted things. But I need a pair of buckles for some new riding belts. The Rover is gone with the last of the 90wt. So I'm thinking of selling the buckle to get the two new ones.


So whoever wants that Rover book....

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Old 03-28-2014, 04:54 PM   #13517
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Price drop and add Apple smart cover in grey, $260

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iPad 2 16G wifi only, perfect condition, $280

comes with charger, USB cable, black Moko folio case, and original box



located in Fort Collins

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Old 03-29-2014, 08:09 AM   #13518
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2009 BMW G450X with low miles

I'm posting up for a friend of mine. Not a lot of these around, so I figured I share with the ADV crew. Bike is in Bozeman, MT. He's only had it a few months and already decided he'd rather have a street bike of sorts.

Here's a link to the add he's got in the local paper.

http://www.bozemandailychronicle.com...5d82d80ab.html

This photo is the stock BMW photo, not his bike, but you get the idea.

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Old 03-29-2014, 08:32 AM   #13519
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Bumping these with price reduction. $1100 obo


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Husqvarna SM wheels
Talon Hubs
Excel Rims 17" (5" rear, 3.5" front)
Continental ContiForce tires 160/60 120/70
Big Brake rotor and adapter
43 sprocket

I purchased these from Motostrano a few years back and had them on and off my 07 TE 610 few times. Tires are the originals, plenty of miles left. Rear has spacers, front does not. Stock worked for me. These should fit most Husqvarnas.

The whole deal cost around $1800. Asking $1200 obo
Prefer to not deal with shipping, but will entertain the idea.

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Old 03-29-2014, 08:42 AM   #13520
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Price drop $8K

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Got this as a signing on bonus from the owner of the company I work for.

2012, has done less than 300 miles.

Some small marks on the body here and there but pretty much new.

Toolkit, handbook, title, keys.

$9,000 to an inmate.

Way too much bike for me, PM or call 97O 689 1O24

Price drop $8K
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Old 03-29-2014, 08:49 AM   #13521
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Price drop and add Apple smart cover in grey, $260
what model iPad 1,2,3??
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Old 03-29-2014, 09:04 AM   #13522
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what model iPad 1,2,3??
2, 16G wifi only
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Old 03-29-2014, 09:35 AM   #13523
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WTB - KTM 640 Adventure Parts

A friend and I grabbed that 2001 KTM 640 Adventure that popped up on CO Springs CraigsList the other day. It is in non-running condition (so far). We decided it was in need of our love in a major way and since my 950 sold the timing was right.

As most of you know, I have two more kids coming though so I am therefore looking for the following parts in used form where it makes sense. My goal is to keep the expenses low until we get it running. So, I've listed stuff in the order of necessity.

Seat (cover & foam would work)
Chain
Rear Tire
Oil Filters
Brake Pads
Battery
Mirrors
Rear sprocket
Rear Fender
Original Dash Computer
Front Tire
Leo Vince Exhaust (I've read that is saves a lot of weight)
Pannier Racks
Crash Bars
Soft Bags
Tank Bag
Any Graphics

Also, anything else that is real cool and will help breathe new life into this bike. It was ridden hard and put away wet by the old owners.

-RIAN
I have a set of stock mirrors you can have. They are marginally better than having no mirrors at all. I also have a d606 rear tire that came as a spare with my bike. Can't remember exactly what shape it is in but I think there is some life left in it. Both are yours for free if you want. I wouldn't bother with the stock computer, just get a trailtech Stryker. The built in voltmeter is handy when you are running heated gear and lights. It's a lot cheaper than the stockers I was able to find as well.
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Old 03-29-2014, 11:22 AM   #13524
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Took the opportunity to buy this locally last year and have been very happy with it. Moving in a different direction so I only have time for one bike for a while. Take a look at my flea market post. Thanks.

http://www.advrider.com/forums/showthread.php?t=964119
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Old 03-29-2014, 04:02 PM   #13525
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Long shot I know but I will be in Colorado Springs in the morning, if anybody has a pair of size 6 moto boots that have been outgrown I would love to get them for my 9 year old.
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Old 03-29-2014, 04:45 PM   #13526
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F650GS Dakar - Ohlins shock, YZ forks, Adjustable ride height for tall or short - CO

SOLD For sale is my 2002 F650GS with upgraded suspension. 25K miles. Built for riding the CO passes and back roads.

Super reliable bike. Comfortable and in it's element whether it's climbing over the CO passes or slabbing it on the freeway. The upgraded suspension just makes it so much more capable and smoother off road.

I have a short inseam so the bike has a Kouba 1" lowering link right now and a OEM low seat. I also have a 2" lowering link to further lower the bike and the stock OEM Dakar link to raise it up if you're tall. Your choice of one of them.

It's ready for your next adventure, needs nothing:

Valves checked 300 miles ago. New Mobil 1 synthetic engine oil about the same time. New fork oil, front and rear brake fluid last year about 1000 miles ago.
New AGM battery changed this winter. Front tire is good, rear needs replacement soon but I'll be throwing in a free new one and can change it for you if you're doing a fly and ride.
Newer DID O-ring Gold VM chain and sprockets.

Here's some of the upgrades:

- Ohlins BM048 rear shock with compression / rebound and preload adjustment
- 2 springs included for the Ohlins. #1. For 195 lbs rider without gear. #2. Stiffer spring for lowered ride height to prevent bottoming.
- YZ 450 USD forks, custom fork springs .48-.54kg re-valved and lowered 1" by House of Horsepower suspension, Compression /rebound damping adjustment
- Front 21" Excel A60 wheel Supersize and Superlaced by Woodies Wheel Works
- Kouba lowering links. You have your choice of OEM Dakar link, 1" lowering link or 2" lowering link. Can be changed in minutes.
- Happy Trails pannier rack with Pelican 1550 panniers.
- K&N air filter
-Pro Taper Contour 1 1/8 handle bars
- Engine guards and hand guards

I would love to keep this bike as it makes a wonderful and reliable do it all adventure bike but finances for a new start up company forces sale.

Please PM if interested or if you have questions.

Plenty of pictures to wet your appetite and so you know what you're getting into.




























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Old 03-29-2014, 05:04 PM   #13527
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Brand-new JT520HDS 108-link chain (non-O-Ring). $30, local NoCO pickup only. If I have to ship it, I might as well send it back to BikeBandit for a refund. Standard clip master-link. Got a bigger rear sprocket for the DR, and needed 112 links. Brain-farted and ordered stock link. Paid $40, take it off my hands.

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Old 03-29-2014, 05:08 PM   #13528
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[QUOTE=meerobus;23810229]For sale is my 2002 F650GS with upgraded suspension. 25K miles. Built for riding the CO passes and back roads.

Super reliable bike. Comfortable and in it's element whether it's climbing over the CO passes or slabbing it on the freeway. The upgraded suspension just makes it so much more capable and smoother off road.

I have a short inseam so the bike has a Kouba 1" lowering link right now and a OEM low seat. I also have a 2" lowering link to further lower the bike and the stock OEM Dakar link to raise it up if you're tall. Your choice of one of them.
[QUOTE]

Dude! What's left for the Dino-Ride? As another short-inseamed individual, if I was in the market for a Dakar, this would be friggin' IT! Outstanding bike, if I only had the $$$
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Old 03-29-2014, 05:41 PM   #13529
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1994 Beta Techno 250 - SOLD

SOLD

$1100 for inmate. Runs well, has nearly new tires, a scuffed but intact OEM rear fender, new chain, and a box of extras (lights, exhaust, bearings, air filter etc). Location: Ft. Collins. Can help with transport if needed for some gas $$.

I thought I would use it a lot more than I have. Turns out 2-strokes and I don't get along.









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Old 03-29-2014, 06:49 PM   #13530
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So, I've saved a good chunck of change from last years' bonus to rehab my backyard. New sod, lots of rock, landscaping, etc...figure about $3000 worth of work & materials, nothing special. Now, I'm thinking $1100 for a trials bike, and another $1000 to purchase & build 'obstacles'...hell, the dogs and snow are just going to tear my $3000 yard up in a few years, anyway saving me $900 for hookers, blow & beer. Let me think about this...

(Plus, I KNOW it's been taken care of)

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$1100 for inmate. Runs well, has nearly new tires, a scuffed but intact OEM rear fender, new chain, and a box of extras (lights, exhaust, bearings, air filter etc). Location: Ft. Collins. Can help with transport if needed for some gas $$.

I thought I would use it a lot more than I have. Turns out 2-strokes and I don't get along.









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