BIKE NOW SOLD d-tracker for sale with plate

Discussion in 'Motorcycle Buy & Sell - S.E. Asia' started by mja34, Mar 8, 2007.

  1. mja34

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    I've seen this bike in orange, orange/black or all black - never in grey...
    Do you know if that's the stock paint job?
     
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    Sorry, dumb question - got carried away with looking at the pics; you stated that it's just been "respayed". They should have done the rims, too...
    What means "due to odd colours"?
     
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    hi klaus,the odd colour before where green/black but in my green reg book it stated that the bike was silver/grey so thats why i had it respayed!, my plan was to go cross borders with this bike so wanted all papers in order!!, if the bike dosent sell, will chuck a load of money at it like spray rims,pipe,hoses the list could be endless on my rtn to asia!. thanks marcus

    Sorry, dumb question - got carried away with looking at the pics; you stated that it's just been "respayed". They should have done the rims, too...
    What means "due to odd colours"?
     
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    agreed, with a book should be no problem to cross the border.
    dd09 where do you get your border info from - probably not from someone who has crossed intl borders.
     
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    DD09-
    Marcus is correct. There is no problem taking bikes with recycled books across the border. I have been across with mine many times. Many people on this board are doing the same thing without a problem.
     
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    I AGREE DAVID, "LITTLE KNOWLEDGE IS DANGEROUS "
     
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    what is a recycled book?

    and what are the alternatives?

    Thanks for sharing any insights.
    Karl
     
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    Nice bike,.the change in colour it does look diffirent,.anyhow do wish you luck on a frim price.
    Cheers.
     
  11. mja34

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    hi my d tracker is now at piston shop 49/3 assadatorn rd. contact nat on 0819524433, for further details. thanks marcus
     
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    well now back in the uk,just spent the day on my road bike and will spend tomorow on a xr250, flying round/over the lanes! but already missing the d-tracker!! it would be perfect for the tight litle twisties of somerset!!and in supermotard trim would handle better than my xr on motocross tyres!!
     
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    ,, HI MARCUS ,PICK YOURSELF UP A SET OF TALON WHEELS ( 18 AND 21 ) FROM ROB AT TALON IN YEOVIL ,STICK EM ON THE D TRACKER WHEN YOU GET BACK AND YOULL HAVE A GREAT BIKE FOR OFF ROADING OVER HERE ,..MUCH BETTER THAN AN XR250 ETC, I KNOW I HAD ONE BEFORE MY KTM525
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    hey thanks for the info! yep talon are just down the rd,my xr is holed up in ilminster just off 303!.If the d-tracker does not sell bye the time i come back out to asia will seriously consider some talons for the d-tracker,enjoy the ktm. marcus
     
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