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SOLD - 2006 HP2 Enduro | Utah, USA | $10,750 USD
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SnoDawg
Mon Oct 01 2018, 03:14am
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Hey XRNIK - I was thinking the same thing!
SKIDPLATE info, please.

Would you sell any of the extras??
Jeff

Trust me when I say that when you finish graduate school you will be sorry that you sold this. I sold a few things when I was in graduate school that I was really bummed I sold when I was done. Yes, grad school is a great investment, but an HP2 is a better investment - you can always take off for a ride when stuff sucks.

just a thought....




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SnoDawg
Mon Oct 01 2018, 03:16am
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Are you selling your GS boots?
What size and how much??

Thanks,
Jeff
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r083rt
Mon Oct 01 2018, 05:46am
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@xrnik, @SnoDawg

Unfortunately I am unsure of the make of the skidplate as it came with the bike from the previous owner and I've been running the stock skid plate. I'll be in Utah in a couple weeks for a friend's wedding and will have a look at it to see if I can determine the mfg. At the very least I will post a few more pics of it.

I will have to consider selling any of the extras but as it stands now I would like to find a buyer for the whole lot.

Re:grad school. It has certainly put a strain on my finances and for the most part I've been able to figure out how to keep the HP2 while still covering all my costs.

What I did not anticipate is things getting more serious between my girlfriend and I. We are looking to get engaged in December so I am in need of some funds for a ring. The things we do for women, right?

However, I am hoping that with the funds from the sale I will still have some left over to buy back my late father's 2005 1200GS from a family friend we sold it to. So for now, I'm going to hold onto the boots for that.

Thanks all for the replies. A really great sense of community in the HP2 crowd.

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SnoDawg
Tue Oct 02 2018, 02:41am
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Those are exciting times for you and the way I would think of it is that you could always find an HP2 for a price, but finding the right woman is priceless.

Good luck with Grad school and your engagement. Two things that I invested heavily in before I got my HP2!

Sno Dawg
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Tabasco
Wed Oct 03 2018, 02:41am
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This really looks like a nicely setup bike. The more I look at it, the more I like it.

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r083rt
Wed Oct 03 2018, 10:05pm
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Sale pending.
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SnoDawg
Sun Oct 07 2018, 10:19am
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sounds like this one is going to a great home!!

Sno Dawg
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Tabasco
Sun Oct 07 2018, 07:10pm
Double Down
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True statement Snow Dawg...

Stablemates await -





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Tabasco
Sat Oct 13 2018, 03:12am
Double Down
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I'm complete again! Half way back to Breckenridge and couldn't be happier.

https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=941314796071440&substory_index=0&id=696616880541234

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r083rt
Sat Oct 13 2018, 03:07pm
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Happy ending here, gents.

The HP2 is going to someone who really appreciates the pedigree of these bikes. I couldn't have felt any better about the sale.

Glad to here the trip is going well!




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r083rt
Sat Oct 13 2018, 03:18pm
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As promised, here are a few pictures of the skid plate.

Unfortunately I couldn't find any distinguishing marks of its make.






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SnoDawg
Sun Oct 14 2018, 12:26pm
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Nothing like a road trip to get used to a new bike. It looks like this HP2 is going to be ridden.

That skid plate is really peculiar and I have never seen one of those before. It does not look like it offers any more protection over the stock plate but the material it is built of looks sturdier/stouter I wonder about not having drain holes and it would hold a lot of dirt up against the bottom of the engine.

r083t - great luck with your engagement and with grad school. I hope we don't lose you forever from the HP2E community.

Sno Dawg - Jeff
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Tabasco
Sun Oct 14 2018, 02:45pm
Double Down
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After a 600 mile shakedown cruise, I've bonded with the bike and couldn't be happier. We beat the snow by about 6 hours I'm happy to say.

The HP2 has bonded with it's new family as well. But as my wife says, the first step is admitting you have a problem One more HP2, a nice PD and maybe WC and I'll be done.



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marret
Mon Oct 15 2018, 07:22pm
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Congrats Double Down. Awesome "family".
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