Discussion in 'Motorcycle Racing' started by Matthew Benedict, Feb 15, 2004.

  1. I want your wrecked and non-running motorcycles,dirt bikes atvs,
    snowmobiles, and more. All makes. models, years and sizes. Free removal from
    your property. I am located in the Saugerties, NY area and will pickup these
    vehicles at no cost to you. If you have something that is sitting in your
    yard, garage, shed, etc that is just collecting dust and taking up space let
    me know via email at .
    Matthew Benedict, Feb 15, 2004
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  2. Matthew Benedict

    Stephen! Guest

    I've got an '82 Kawai 305 you can have... Come get it...
    Stephen!, Feb 16, 2004
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  3. While you're picking stuff up, please keep your eyes open for us
    budget-minded folks. I want some bags and a sissy-bar for my '95 magna

    Sorry I have nothing to offer you :(
    Chris Hornberger, Feb 16, 2004
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    jenner Guest

    So that I can make money on ebay parting out your stuff.
    jenner, Feb 16, 2004
  5. Matthew Benedict

    Simon Jester Guest

    I would hope he'd be doing it for a profit, to do otherwise would be insane.
    Simon Jester, Feb 16, 2004
  6. Matthew Benedict

    GD Guest

    Hi Guys
    I am looking for a used throttle position sensor off of a late model
    motorcycle to use on a project. Does anyone have a used one that they
    want to sell cheap? Please e-mail me direct as I don't always get to
    read this newsgroup. Just take nospam out of the address.


    GD, Feb 16, 2004
  7. They all different and basically nothing more than a really rugged
    potentiometer. I can get you a new one at wholesale which will be
    cheap enough.
    Yea, please deposit $18 million into my bank account as I don't always
    get to enjoy spending another person's money.
    Demetrius XXIV and the Gladiatores, Feb 16, 2004
    Matthew Benedict, Feb 17, 2004
  9. i always do.. like i said in another post i don't make much fixing these
    machines up but enjoyment. several of the bikes i fixed in the past i gave
    away after fixing them because i can't ride'em all!

    Besides i would rather add to the motorcycle population then let them rot
    Matthew Benedict, Feb 17, 2004
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    dsc Guest

    There's nothing fundamentally wrong with that... people have been
    doing that for years. The only new twist is E-Bay. It's a fair amuont
    of work to go pickup junk, part it or fix it, advertise it, ship it,
    collect payment, etc.
    dsc, Feb 17, 2004

  11. I'm ok with that. I'm sure he'll take handouts, but I'm also sure
    he'll pay a fair, if discounted, price on stuff that you and I would
    probably just leave lying in the back of the garage anyway.

    Best of luck and hope it all works out for you, Matthew.
    Chris Hornberger, Feb 17, 2004
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