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post #1 of 28 Old 07-06-2012, 06:31 PM Thread Starter
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***SOLD***Parts & Gear Clearout

Clearing out some stuff I have sitting around. First I have bearings and seals for the rear tire. There is another bearing the the hub that the sprocket bolts to that I dont have, but I have everything else. Second the 3- piece Tech-Spec tank pad set. Never got around to putting them on, still in the plastic. As for gear I have a pair of Fly racing boots. Wore them about 20 times, size 46 Euro and 12 US sizing seems to be right on the fit me very well. Nelson Riggs tailbag. Lots of storage all around, many pockets inside measures 9x9x18.

Bearings&Seals $35 shipped

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Boots $40 Shipped

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post #2 of 28 Old 07-06-2012, 06:43 PM
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Dibs on tech spec if its for 919...

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Yes all parts are for the 919



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The tailbag has a rain fly with a heavy elastic drawstring around the middle to keep it from flapping. Also the 4 straps that hold the bag down fit right through the rain fly. So there is no chance of it coming off.
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Can you do 35 on the tail bag? if so I'll take it...

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One other thing, what's the brown stuff that looks like coffee on the pads?

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Just bad glare off the plastic. The pads are perfect and look just like the part you can clearly see through the oval cutout in the plastic



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Ahh, thought so. But hate to assume. Money is on its way.

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Bearings/Seals and Tank Pads are SOLD



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Tailbag is sold. Still for sale are the Fly Racing boots size 12 and a pair of First Gear mesh pants size 36. I just washed them this spring and they are perfect. No rips or stains. Padded hips and knees 2 front pockets and one just above the right knee. Fit nice and snug they don't flap in the wind at all.

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too bad the pants are too big lol.

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too bad the pants are too big lol.
Just eat some more. Its as easy as that.



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Just eat some more. Its as easy as that.
I've been eating 3500-4000 calories a day (yup) for the last 10 years.

I weigh 165, and I'm 6'2". Explain THAT.

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I've been eating 3500-4000 calories a day (yup) for the last 10 years.

I weigh 165, and I'm 6'2". Explain THAT.
This sounds an awful lot like a 5.2 gal tank.



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I weigh 165, and I'm 6'2". Explain THAT.
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I've been eating 3500-4000 calories a day (yup) for the last 10 years.

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Somone already called dibs via PM. I'll give you 2nd dibs. Everyone else please dibs in the thread before sending me a PM.



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Nope. Amoebas, parasites, and two strains of E. Coli that you're not supposed to have.

Been there, done that.

Supposedly I'm cleaned out now, but I still eat like a racehorse.

Legitimate question on the boots - are they waterproof?

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Nope. Amoebas, parasites, and two strains of E. Coli that you're not supposed to have.

Been there, done that.

Supposedly I'm cleaned out now, but I still eat like a racehorse.

Legitimate question on the boots - are they waterproof?
I believe they were marketed as water resistant. I have worn them in the rain a few times and always stayed dry. It was never very long though 20-30mins. Not sure how they would hold up in an all day rain. They seem to be a decent entry level boot.



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I've been eating 3500-4000 calories a day (yup) for the last 10 years.

I weigh 165, and I'm 6'2". Explain THAT.
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Boots are sold pants are pending payment.



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