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XT600 bits clearout

As I've sold my bike I have a heap of bits I no longer need.
If you have any bits you need or want let me know.

I have a decent Black seat,grubby petrol tank, tubular sump guard, wheels and forks to mention just a little.

PM me with your wish list.
Everything must go!!!
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Lots of views but not alot of replies.

It will all go on Ebay if no-one here wants it.
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Tom,

Might be worth listing all the big bit's you have for sale.

I'm looking for a front hub (not the wheel) for my 55W

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I could use some decent rims...
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Might be worth listing all the big bit's you have for sale.

I'm looking for a front hub (not the wheel) for my 55W

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I have a 34L / 43F front wheel if you want it.
It might be worth me making the wheels I have into 17" Supermotos and selling them to a tarmac terrorist!!!
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Hmmmmnn.... things I'm after if you've got em are

square clocks (isn't everybody??) - even knackered ones will do as i think i can fix em and need ones to experiment on mwahahahahahaha

An early swinging arm - I believe that the 34L/55Ws had an ally swinging arm and i'm wondering if one'd go into a 1vj
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Hmmmmnn.... things I'm after if you've got em are

square clocks (isn't everybody??) - even knackered ones will do as i think i can fix em and need ones to experiment on mwahahahahahaha

An early swinging arm - I believe that the 34L/55Ws had an ally swinging arm and i'm wondering if one'd go into a 1vj
I've got the swinger/shock . Give me £25 and I could drop it off at the weekend.

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I've got the swinger/shock . Give me £25 and I could drop it off at the weekend
If it's the ally one, it's a deal - drop me a PM and i'll let you know the address etc - i'm only in saturday though, but am off before then so could drop 'round myself
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Hello Tom,

What model/year is the seat and tank? Could you give a better assessment of the condition of the tank.

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What model/year is the seat and tank? Could you give a better assessment of the condition of the tank.

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Pawlie
Bike was a 1984.
Seat has now gone. The tank is sound but has a few minor dents and would benefit from a tidy up and re-spray.

Shipping to you could be costly - can't you get one locally???
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Hi Tom,

Any chance of some pics of the tank? I could PM you my email address as needed.

Is it the 30L capacity one with the baffles inside?

Tenere was never sold in N. Am. so no tanks here.

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hi Tom i need a kickstart lever and front brake master cylinder and maybe more ill look tomorrow ,thanks
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hi Tom i need a kickstart lever and front brake master cylinder and maybe more ill look tomorrow ,thanks
I should have brake master cylinder knocking about. Kicker is long gone!
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side panels and bash plate?
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I have the tubular type bash plate (looks good on bike) £30 posted
and a pair of tatty black side panels (they are the same style as the bike on the Clymer manual - not Tenere) add a tenner for them.

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