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Hello all. As some of you may know about 10 weeks ago I was in a crash that totaled my Octane…and broke me a bit too. I've got some good parts that I'd like to sell to assist in raising funds toward a new bike.

None of these parts were on the bike when the crash happened.

All asking prices include shipping to the lower 48. All payments via PayPal to [email protected] unless you are local in the Phoenix area and we can work something out.

$50 each OEM Fuel high pressure fuel line
- OEM fuel line
- new in package
- Tank to fuel rail
- 1 available still




$25 all 3 items OEM oil service stuff
- 1 quart 15W60 Indian brand oil
- 2 Polaris brand filters for Octane/Scout


$150 OEM Ogio saddle bags
- These are used. I ran them on several trips.
-They saw rain twice but were covered with the attached covers.
-They work great and hold a surprising amount of gear.
- Bugs and road dirt included at no extra charge. J








$70 OEM stock mufflers
-I ran them for about 2500 miles.
-Great used shape.


*** Pics to come on the following ***

$30 OEM front blinkers
-with hardware

$150 OEM cowl
-White
-Great used shape

$25 OEM stock front brakes
-run for about 3500 miles
-both rotor and pads have lots of life in them

$20 OEM rear brake line
-removed when I added extended reach controls

$50 OEM handle bars
-standard stock bar
-left grip and right grip with throttle tube included

$75 OEM stock rear shocks
-0 miles on them
-removed at dealership when adjustable shocks were added

Thanks for looking and remember, as Evel said, "bones heal, pain is temporary and chicks dig scars".

-Scott

Thread about the crash if you are interested---> http://www.thevog.net/threads/one-less-victory-on-the-road.122433/
 
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**** man... Hope you heal up soon so you can get back to riding.

For the magnetic tank bag, does it have any damage? Looks cracked in the pic.
Thanks.

No cracks. Those lines on the bottom are impressions in the material. They have been there since new.
 

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What condition are the levers? FYI, PayPal going your way for the tank bag.
I got the funds and will ship it out ASAP. Thanks.

I don't have the bike. Insurance kept it. The last time I saw it in person was going over the handle bars.:badgrin:
 

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Hello all. As some of you may know about 10 weeks ago I was in a crash that totaled my Octane…and broke me a bit too. I've got some good parts that I'd like to sell to assist in raising funds toward a new bike.

None of these parts were on the bike when the crash happened.

All asking prices include shipping to the lower 48. All payments via PayPal to [email protected] unless you are local in the Phoenix area and we can work something out.

$50 each OEM Fuel high pressure fuel line
- OEM fuel line
- new in package
- Tank to fuel rail
- 2 available




$25 all 3 items OEM oil service stuff
- 1 quart 15W60 Indian brand oil
- 2 Polaris brand filters for Octane/Scout


$150 OEM Ogio saddle bags
- These are used. I ran them on several trips.
-They saw rain twice but were covered with the attached covers.
-They work great and hold a surprising amount of gear.
- Bugs and road dirt included at no extra charge. J








SOLD - OEM magnetic tank bag
-In great used shape.
-Easily fits 2 water bottles.
-Perfect for day trip crap.

$70 OEM stock mufflers
-I ran them for about 2500 miles.
-Great used shape.


*** Pics to come on the following ***

$30 OEM front blinkers
-with hardware

$150 OEM cowl
-White
-Great used shape

$25 OEM stock front brakes
-run for about 3500 miles
-both rotor and pads have lots of life in them

$20 OEM rear brake line
-removed when I added extended reach controls

$50 OEM handle bars
-standard stock bar
-left grip and right grip with throttle tube included

$75 OEM stock rear shocks
-0 miles on them
-removed at dealership when adjustable shocks were added

Thanks for looking and remember, as Evel said, "bones heal, pain is temporary and chicks dig scars".

-Scott

Thread about the crash if you are interested---> http://www.thevog.net/threads/one-less-victory-on-the-road.122433/
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Hello all. As some of you may know about 10 weeks ago I was in a crash that totaled my Octane…and broke me a bit too. I've got some good parts that I'd like to sell to assist in raising funds toward a new bike.

None of these parts were on the bike when the crash happened.

All asking prices include shipping to the lower 48. All payments via PayPal to [email protected] unless you are local in the Phoenix area and we can work something out.

$50 each OEM Fuel high pressure fuel line
- OEM fuel line
- new in package
- Tank to fuel rail
- 2 available




$25 all 3 items OEM oil service stuff
- 1 quart 15W60 Indian brand oil
- 2 Polaris brand filters for Octane/Scout


$150 OEM Ogio saddle bags
- These are used. I ran them on several trips.
-They saw rain twice but were covered with the attached covers.
-They work great and hold a surprising amount of gear.
- Bugs and road dirt included at no extra charge. J








SOLD - OEM magnetic tank bag
-In great used shape.
-Easily fits 2 water bottles.
-Perfect for day trip crap.

$70 OEM stock mufflers
-I ran them for about 2500 miles.
-Great used shape.


*** Pics to come on the following ***

$30 OEM front blinkers
-with hardware

$150 OEM cowl
-White
-Great used shape

$25 OEM stock front brakes
-run for about 3500 miles
-both rotor and pads have lots of life in them

$20 OEM rear brake line
-removed when I added extended reach controls

$50 OEM handle bars
-standard stock bar
-left grip and right grip with throttle tube included

$75 OEM stock rear shocks
-0 miles on them
-removed at dealership when adjustable shocks were added

Thanks for looking and remember, as Evel said, "bones heal, pain is temporary and chicks dig scars".

-Scott

Thread about the crash if you are interested---> http://www.thevog.net/threads/one-less-victory-on-the-road.122433/
Do you still have one of the fuel lines
 
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