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I have a bunch of stuff to get rid of plus a couple of bikes. prices will be as marked or make an offer plus shipping, or free delivery to Windys campground or the Blowing rock Inn

monoblock stuff, make an offer pluss shipping
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t100 kick start lever,decent chrome $15
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electrical junkie pack. regulators, retifiers, magical battery pack condensers and a bunch of stuff I don't recognize. make an offfer and ad a5 for shipping.
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t100 inner trans and two outter covers $35 shipped
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t100 primary cover e4122 I hate all these "NOS" claims we see, but I can see no sign that this has ever been used. $60

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Richrd,

I read your listing (even with the photo glitches) and something in my brain wants to buy a couple of the random lots because years and years of buying interesting lots of parts has always paid off over time.

I don't have a T100, I'm hardly working on old bikes and more, and I don't have any place to put the stuff, but my brain is blinded by habit!

Hope it all finds good homes...


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Rich,

I'm interested in a few of the items and will wait until you get the picture situation sorted.


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now i am completely confused

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How so?


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well they are talking about photo glitches, pictures being sorted and brains blinded by habit.

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“...... and brains blinded by habit’
This term refers to enthusiasts who have tried to control and downsize the collection of various projects needing (or simply wanting) certain parts. In some cases the project is gone, but the mental search does not leave the lookout mode. SO,...... the bell in the head rings, and the desire to collect that item is strong, even though no real need is present, if NEED was ever there in the 1st place.
From my own personal recent bell:
I have a perfectly nice bike restored/upgraded and running. I was not very happy with the shape of the replacement mufflers, and posted here, looked everywhere at the time, and settled on getting the bike done, bought new replacements. Last week, in another state, I come across the correct shape mufflers, in decent used condition. I call, and make a plan to check them out. Next morning I realize I am in the “can’t stop looking” mode. This is stupid, I cancel. Why buy used mufflers to replace new parts, for a reason that no one else would even notice. Why? BECAUSE IT’S A DISEASE!! Can’t stop looking. If you don’t have the disease yet, get out while you still can !! ;~)

notice the ugly mufflers ???

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true and funny
muffler look good


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