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TrophyHunter

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About TrophyHunter

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    Rancho SD
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    Family. Any riding. Need to get back to surfing.
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  1. Pickup near Cuyamaca College
  2. TrophyHunter

    Tire changing/balancing/fork SOLD

    Sale pending
  3. Call or Text (619) 504-2972 please. Pickup in Rancho SD/El Cajon or ship on your dime. Brand new - never used.
  4. Call or Text (619) 504-2972 please. Pickup in Rancho SD/El Cajon or ship on your dime.
  5. TrophyHunter

    Thor goggles - $5

    Call or Text (619) 504-2972 please. Pickup in Rancho SD/El Cajon or ship on your dime.
  6. Call or Text (619) 504-2972 please. Pickup in Rancho SD/El Cajon or ship on your dime.
  7. TrophyHunter

    Vest

    All items gone
  8. TrophyHunter

    Vest

    Chocks spoken for
  9. TrophyHunter

    Vest

    All items gone text works best (619) 504-2972 Chocks spoken for
  10. The PO rode 5 days in it, I never used it for a trip that was in my head. Basically new - the bite valve on the bladder hose still has plastic on it. Armored, 4 season jacket. $430 new - local pickup $150 Rancho SD area (619) 504-2972 https://www.bikebandit.com/olympia-moto-sports-motoquest-guide-jacket Bladder pack included Note the rain hood
  11. TrophyHunter

    Question about otay mtn truck trail

    I read some reports of Thing Valley Rd being open and with the cooler temps next week, may give that a go.
  12. TrophyHunter

    Dr650 tank

    No connection and close to new pricing......but..... https://sandiego.craigslist.org/csd/mpo/d/san-diego-dr650-acerbis-53-gas-tank/7110114201.html
  13. TrophyHunter

    KLR650 or Dr650 or RE Himalayan?

    AFM kind of nailed it. The KLR is out of production but the most current model goes back to 2008, so plenty of bikes and support around. I've been around DR650's for 9 years now and built two. It's been the same bike since '96 and is highly supported in the aftermarket. You can make one to suit your mission. At your weight, it's sprung about right, maybe a little soft. Capable for what you stated. To gain confidence on it, the bike can be lowered 1.5 inches by switching a few parts around. Put it back to stock later. This is what we did with my son's. Can't comment much on the others, but if you like tall bikes, check the Honda XR650L, too. More dirt oriented and the same bike since '93, so plenty around. If you ever want to "go over" a DR, happy to talk ya through mine. Just PM me.
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