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QLD All my ZXR A gear is up for grabs..

Discussion in 'FOR SALE' started by Tim_, Oct 13, 2014.

  1. Tim_

    Tim_ resident nutcase Premium Member Dirty Wheel Club Contributing Member

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    Like the title says.. i have made the decision to sell almost all my accumulated zxr gear.. I only intend to keep Kit's front end so I can do a front end conversion on the Hildagarde.. all proceeds will be going to my R6

    All A model gear..
    headlights,
    gauge cluster,
    2xkis swing arms
    1box swing arm
    2 rear shock 1xred coil 1xblack
    C model front wheel
    2x rear wheels 1xred 1x blue both need paint and rubber
    3x frames 1x track 2xclear title frames one needs engine mount welded both black
    upside down forks with triple clamp
    2x black radiators
    2x wiring harness 1 from track bike..
    2 engines 1 clear title (black) but can be cleaned up other engine is from track bike and have never heard it run ot crank...

    Any parts you require PM me and I will quote a price
    Also have a set of carbs that have been re sealed (litetek seal kit) and jets put through ultra sonic cleaner...
     
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    interested in carbies. price?
     
  3. Tim_

    Tim_ resident nutcase Premium Member Dirty Wheel Club Contributing Member

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    they currently have a snapped airbox bolt in them.. them me make sure i can get it out before i put a price on them..
     
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    Can i legally post things that have had fuel in them?
     
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    I have posted plenty of carbs, just make sure they are dry with no smell of fuel, and wrap well. If anybody asks they are spare parts.
     
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    just label spare parts or miscellaneous parts or just parts.
     
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    Tim_ resident nutcase Premium Member Dirty Wheel Club Contributing Member

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    anyone know the postage costs?
     
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    3 kg satchel about 15 bucks.
     
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    pm sent
     
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    Of course you can, just make certain all the fuel is out before you wrap it up.
    I always used bubble wrap and packing tape, reason being satchels get thrown around a bit, just protecting the goods.
     
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    Carbs may weigh a little over 3kg though. A 5kg satchel may be appropriate.
     
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    no probs with putting in the mail, even engines can go in the mail/via air. use to do these little petrol powered drills all the time and just put a cap full of diesel in it and pump it a couple times and it becomes non dg.
     
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    cheers lads
     
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    hey Tim, can I get a price on the c - model front wheel and the forks and trees ? oh, is the front wheel "true"
     
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    will check tonight for you mate.... I'm still not 100% sure that the forks are straight.. I have been given ideas as to how to check, but without paying a lot of $$$ for a pro to do it with the right tools, Unless someone in QLD has V blocks and a meter gauge I could use.. but if I do that the forks would come separated and you will need to get the seals sorted...
     
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    PM sent
     
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    I have a few dials and could knock something up to check if true mate old trick use to use in trade was make v blocks out of wood
     
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    Cheers mate will take you up on that as I have another set of ZXR forks going onto my cibby
     
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