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    Well, let me be the first to start the bidding at $200 for the KX as it sits, then.

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    Put a kx125 motor in it and it might actually be worth something.
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    after work rides are DEFINITELY in the books for this year. i just need more than 2 hours notice haha. Thomaston is about an hour from work, so i won'y be of any use until the longest days of the year.

    plus once i get the bike together and get out to explore,i think there are several places we can go after work that are within 5 minutes of your house on the street.

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    I got to get my kdx an atv registration
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    Iím all in for exploring the local area Kyle.


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    Pick a weekend, stock the fridge and have the grill ready, and clear some bench space and I bet as a group we could get that motor re-assembled.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Kurtz View Post
    Well, let me be the first to start the bidding at $200 for the KX as it sits, then.
    $100 for the forks
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kurlon View Post
    Pick a weekend, stock the fridge and have the grill ready, and clear some bench space and I bet as a group we could get that motor re-assembled.
    I think you overestimate this group's willingness to help. They will however join me and laugh from the bench. haha
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Kurtz View Post
    Well, let me be the first to start the bidding at $200 for the KX as it sits, then.
    I just saw on craigslist a bike in a box for 650 of a much older vintage. You haven't met the reserve price.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Kurtz View Post
    Thomaston Dam is only 15 minutes away from me now. A few of us went there on some Saturdays last season, and the very last week they were open it occurred to me I could go on weekdays...and I did. Shoot there after work, ride for an hour, home before dark, and that's about as close as I can get to having riding in my back yard. I intend to do that a lot more this season, so if anyone else thinks that weekday afternoon rides are something they are interested in...let's make it a thing.
    A street plate good enough to ride at Thomaston? or do you need the off-road reg too?

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