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The wife and I are looking at a business opportunity that will require a decent sized cash investment on our part, so I'm going to be unloading a lot of my stuff to raise some extra funds. so first to go will be all the SM stuff.

from complete bikes, parts, tires, gear, etc, if anyone needs anything let me know. Mostly KTM/berg stuff, but also still have some DRZ and YZ450 parts.
Roman, if you want my Crossfire SRS boots instead of the older ones, let me know.

Also, I have a set of motogp roo leathers (size 48), and a brand new 661 vapor pressure suit (XL).

I'll start listing individual stuff soon, but feel free to post or PM if you're interested in something.
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what YZ parts do you have and if Roman doesn't take the SRS's I would be interested. Also what condition are the motoGP leathers in? pics?
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what YZ parts do you have and if Roman doesn't take the SRS's I would be interested. Also what condition are the motoGP leathers in? pics?

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stock 03 shock
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the GP leathers are in decent shape. haven't been used for a while, so they need a good washing and some moisterizer applied. there's a small tear up by the chest/shoulder where the leather has started to pull away from the stretch fabric at the seam. there's also a patch on one of the forearms to fix some damage - done by Spyder Leatherworks. Asking $100 for them.

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interested in DRZ Stuff.

Looking for a good big carb, exhaust, and ???
I have more FCR carbs than you can shake a stick at.
I have four 41mm and two 39mm.
two of the 41s have the removable intake bell that make it much easier to use on a DRZ.

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hey good luck in your new venture, a bit of advise do your best to minimize your cash or asset investment, just incase it doesnt work out to good, incorp it and bank loan it.

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thanks Ken
we will definitely be looking into loans, but still need a good amount of cash for down payment and whatnot. already have a S-corp, and probably will also get a LLC to take care of all the backdoor business shenanigans.


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Just thought I'd get you acclimated to the Craigslist emails coming. Good luck with the new venture dude.

I might have some 89 gixxer fairings.
I was sorting thru some boxes on sunday and was amazed at some of the shit I had forgot about
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When you can post up some pics of the leathers and if Roman doesn't take the boots I will if they fit me.
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hey good luck in your new venture, a bit of advise do your best to minimize your cash or asset investment, just incase it doesnt work out to good, incorp it and bank loan it.

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the GP leathers are in decent shape. haven't been used for a while, so they need a good washing and some moisterizer applied. there's a small tear up by the chest/shoulder where the leather has started to pull away from the stretch fabric at the seam. there's also a patch on one of the forearms to fix some damage - done by Spyder Leatherworks. Asking $100 for them.
48 Euro or US size? I can't find a size chart for MotoGP leathers and have never met you so I don't know how big you are. If you're a fatman they might fit me . I'm about 6'2" 250.

Oh and what do you have for KTM stuff? If it's all 4 stroke specific stuff I wouldn't need it but chassis parts, levers and stuff I might be interested in.
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48 Euro or US size? I can't find a size chart for MotoGP leathers and have never met you so I don't know how big you are. If you're a fatman they might fit me . I'm about 6'2" 250.

Oh and what do you have for KTM stuff? If it's all 4 stroke specific stuff I wouldn't need it but chassis parts, levers and stuff I might be interested in.
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48 Euro or US size? I can't find a size chart for MotoGP leathers and have never met you so I don't know how big you are. If you're a fatman they might fit me . I'm about 6'2" 250.

Oh and what do you have for KTM stuff? If it's all 4 stroke specific stuff I wouldn't need it but chassis parts, levers and stuff I might be interested in.
the leathers fit me perfect when I was 6'1" and around 200 lbs. when I was up around 230 they were getting a little tight.

I've got a ton of KTM stuff, both 2T and 4T, just let me know what you need.
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the leathers fit me perfect when I was 6'1" and around 200 lbs. when I was up around 230 they were getting a little tight.

I've got a ton of KTM stuff, both 2T and 4T, just let me know what you need.
Pass on the leathers then. They will be more than a little tight on me, just like the set I already have .

I don't really need any KTM parts in particular but always like to stock up on spares. Some specific things: 2T radiators (pretty sure they're the same for a bunch of years 125-300cc), stock brake rotors (dirtbike size, not sumo), levers, etc. Anything you've got as far as the usual parts that tend to get broken off in the dirt, lemme know. Also interested in aftermarket upgrade stuff.

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