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Old 01-28-2006, 01:24 AM
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I need motorcycle parts - lights and stuff

It's the only way I can get wheels under me.
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I've got two turn signals from '80 Yamaha XS400 you can have, maybe a spare seat...that help? What kind of bike you have?

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That is just so dang silly, everyone knows that Greywolves don't ride motorcycles, they drive FORDS just like evey good wolf is taught to do. lol
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Any spare turn sig parts will do - even if they are not 6 volt. It's the brackets, housings, and lenses that I need. The bike is an old enduro...

Those bikes were notorious for the owners smashing the turn sigs off road.

Also, a front brake switch would be really cool. I may be able to get some of this stuff at Bing's - but don't know yet.
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I got a full frame and everything just no engine. ha threw a rod.
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You can have the turn signals. PM me and provide your address, and I'll send them your way. I don't make it up to T-county much, otherwise I'd bring them to you.

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Not to worry - stuff is picking up.

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New direction with it - I'm looking for either a used bike or a small truck that I can afford to run. No more messing around with a "science class project".

Baseline price level is around a thousand. I'd like to find a four hundred or 250 four stroker.
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And to think I sold my 600 enduro for $800. You still might be able to find a 650 for that price. For those with a short inseam, lowering links are available for some models.
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Keep it long - I do stupid things on two wheels.

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I do stupid things on two wheels.

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I still do...and it's still fun!

It stinks that it's raining and cold now. I've been riding all week. I guess back to the truck now.

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Yeah - I'm looking at a roof over my head for basic transpo now that I liquidated the Cord.

Why fight what I know is coming?

I can still use the Kawi as a trail bike to run to the local country store...
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