Jump to content
Search In
  • More options...
Find results that contain...
Find results in...


  • Content Count

  • Joined

  • Last visited

Everything posted by wallaholic

  1. 2007 Can-Am Outlander 800 H.O. EFI XT 60 inch Moose Plow, Moose Plow mount, Warn Winch, Moose 2 Up seat with storage, Seat Cover, ATV looks and runs excellent. Asking price is $4449, price negotiable if plow mount, plow, and storage seat are removed. Cash, Money Order, Certified Bank check accepted. 2007 Can-Am Outlander™ 800 H.O. EFI XT Specifications ENGINE TYPE V Twin CYLINDERS 2 ENGINE STROKE 4-Stroke VALVE CONFIGURATION SOHC DISPLACEMENT (CC/CI) 800 / 48.8 CARBURETION TYPE Fuel Injected TRANSMISSION: TRANSMISSION TYPE Continuously Variable (CVT) PRIMARY DRIVE (FRONT WHEEL) Shaft REVERSE Yes WHEELS & TIRES: FRONT TIRE (FULL SPEC) 26 X 8-12 REAR TIRE (FULL SPEC) 26 X 10-12 BRAKES: FRONT BRAKE TYPE In-Board Dual Disc REAR BRAKE TYPE Hydraulic Disc TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS: WHEELBASE (IN/MM) 51 / 1295 DRY WEIGHT (LBS/KG) 639 / 290 FUEL CAPACITY (GAL/L) 5.3 / 20 SEATS: SEAT HEIGHT (IN/MM) 34.5 / 877 NUMBER OF SEATS 1 DRIVE LINE: DRIVELINE TYPE Selectable 4X2 / 4X4 NUMBER OF DRIVELINE MODES 2 LIMITED SLIP DIFFERENTIAL Standard DIFFERENTIAL LOCK Standard STORAGE: REAR RACK Standard FRONT RACK Standard LIGHTS: HALOGEN HEADLIGHT (S) Standard
  2. 1986 Honda Fat Cat, all original, excellent condition, either a collectors bike or fully functioning for fun. Priced at $3500, I don't need help selling this machine. Very serious inquires only, very rare and very few out there. Cash, Money Order, Certified Bank Check accepted. Honda TR200 TR200 "Fatcat" Manufacturer Honda Production 1986-1987 Engine 199 cc 4-stroke, 2 valve, air cooled, SOHC Transmission 5-speed, automatic clutch Suspension Front: 5.9" Telescopic fork, Rear: 4.7" Single Shock Swing Arm Brakes Front and rear drum Tires Rear: 23.5x8.00-11 Front: 24.5x8.00-11 Wheelbase 53.7" Dimensions L: 79.5" W: 32.3" Seat height 29.7" Weight 264 lbs (dry) Fuel capacity 1.9 gal The Honda TR200 series of bikes was produced only in 1986 and 1987. The engine was a 199 cc four-stroke OHC single linked to a five-speed transmission and automatic clutch. It featured lever actuated drum brakes on both wheels. This bike was unique in that it used two ATV-type tires. Presently complete bikes are quite uncommon, though replacement parts are readily available as they interchange with other Honda ATCs.
  3. I have had a few people inquire and say price is to high but I don't think one is available in the US for sale in the same condition. I don't need to sell it but if the right person comes along looking for a showroom piece than great. I use it and run it once in a while to go pull cards. Electric start, starts and runs flawless, it does have a kick start and once in a while I will start it that way. They are very rare and very awesome conversation pieces. Thanks for the thread.
  4. 1992 Arctic Cat 550 Ext Snowmobile, 1765 miles, liquid cooled, studded track (96 studs), hand warmers work, lights work, cover, hitch for attaching/towing sleds-shanty, collapsible tag along sled(photo is not the actual sled but very similar to the one available), some extras, runs excellent. This is in excellent condition and needs nothing. $1400.00
  5. Reasonable offers accepted. This beast handles any amount of snow you can throw at it and cuts grass to no end. Powerhouse of a unit.
  6. 1990's John Deere F1145, 30 HP Diesel Yanmar, Hydrostatic Transmission, 4 wheel drive. 72 inch front mounted PTO driven mower deck, spare mower blades included. 47 inch front mounted PTO driven snow blower. Spare 30 HP Diesel Yanmar for parts included, many good and useful components for spare parts on it. Asking $5200 OBO
  7. Still no response from the PM, are you available to check your PM's and make contact for a sale?
  8. Snow is back again, come for a test ride, I will throw in a steel dog sled style tow behind which will make it ice ready! Just add the gear and fish and you are in business.
  9. wallaholic

    Legacy- 2018 Deer Season

    Here is a Jefferson County Giant that didn't get mentioned. Green scored 193 and change. http://www.newzjunky.com/deer-of-the-day/ Absolute buck of a lifetime! This other buck came from Hannibal. A friend of mine was bow hunting with his wife behind their house the day before this monster was killed. His wife had the beast at 22 yards rubbing a tree and could not get an arrow to him. She had him there for 20 minutes before he walked directly away with no shot. My friend didn't believe the description on the beast until the next day the neighbor killed him. His wife hasn't taken a buck with a bow and is now scarred for life after this encounter. What a first buck it would have been! They didn't have any trail cam pics of this buck either. You just never know. It was definitely kept very quiet if someone knew of his existence. What a bow kill! Just thought I would share. There are probably many more that do not ever get recognized.
  10. Sent you PM with contact information for a sale. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  11. For an angler or for pleasure, this is a good reliable machine. I will consider a reasonable offer.
  12. Snow is back, ice is forming as we work away, sled is ready to be put to use.
  13. wallaholic

    Late season waterfowl numbers

    Any action from the finger lakes? Hunted Oswego on the 26th and saw some birds. Scoters, Squaw, whistlers, bufflehead and a few broadbills, didn't have a great day of gunning but the potential is there for some success. It was good to get out there. The lake was glass calm and the birds were not to active after their morning wing stretches.
  14. wallaholic

    Wanted: warn a2000 winch

    Did you get the pics I sent you yesterday in your PM? Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  15. wallaholic

    Iowa buck

    What a slob! Congratulations!
  16. wallaholic

    Wanted: warn a2000 winch

    You find one? I have a brand new one for a spare. It’s a warn 2500 I believe, I will have to confirm that if necessary. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app