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  1. $3500 is just too low. A lot depends on the market - but I could get $6k for it around here.
  2. it's sort of forced near the surface - so a block on top means the block is sitting above ground in my yard. I've considered reburying it and pinning it downward with like a couple loops of rebar "stapling" it down in the ground. Dont know how long that would potentially hold. I assume having this drain is code or something (kudos to the two separate home inspections done before I bought the house that didnt note that its not connected) but doesnt appear to be doing a fucking thing.
  3. It connects to a drain built into the sidewalk so I cant real bury it any deeper - at least on that end. And where it ends up at the house is also fixed where it passes through the foundation...
  4. Ok - here goes. My house has full finished basement, but there is a crawl space under the floor and sump below that. Not easy to get to. In my front yard along the property line is gravel bed, and there is a black PVC line there that keeps bowing up and un-buying itself. Looks like crap. It apparently goes up to the side of the house then into the crawl space to the sump. Twice in the three years I've lived here I've taken a pick and shovel, dug a trench under the line and reburied it best I can - but I guess with temperature changes etc it just pushes its way back up. On the other side of my property my neighbor has the same setup. Except that 1-2x a day his drain pumps out a good bit of water - probably a half gallon or so a couple times a day. His is the only house in the neighborhood that seems to pump water at all. Still - I was concerned that our houses were that close together and he has all this water in his sump and mine isnt pumping. So I pulled up the little catch in the basement floor and crawled my fat ass over to the sump. To ad insult to injury someone ran the main sewer line right over the lid on the sump. Took me a minute to weasel the lid off and look down. There is a pump there covered in dust, and zero evidence the sump has ever been wet. Some heavy, dry dust in the bottom - no water line or any sign of water ever. I get the lid put back on and while I"m there look around a bit - and I notice that the drain from the sump pump to my drain outside isnt even connected - and as far as I can tell never has been in the 20 years the house has stood. The line from the sump and the line from outdoors kind of end in the same area but arent lined up and actually way overlap in length. Looks like it was half ass put in and never connected. So my real question is - should I either figure it out and connect the line like it was supposed to be - or more to my liking just cut and cap the line outside so it doesnt keep sticking up out of the ground. Just eliminate it entirely. Do I even need it?? A third alternative I guess is there is a deck drain in the area from the sump - it's connected to the basin under the water heater, I suppose to let water drain off if the heater leaks. Its a smaller diameter but I could probably tie the sump pump line into that drain without a too much fuss. Any thoughts? Never had a house with sump before.
  5. You'll laugh but I've no-shit had people buy motorcycles then complain that they have to shift gears...
  6. I'm in if you want some help with the human fund.

    1. RXX

      RXX

      Excellent! I will get the stuff together over the next few days.

  7. I get that. My wife does too - but those are a lot bigger/heavier than this 22 footer.
  8. What would you like to know? Customer says it was used three times. Super clean. Flooring etc has zero wear. Garage probably right for 2-3 dirtbikes or maybe two ATVs. Power awning etc but fairly basic.
  9. I've got some pre-owned bikes I want to turn back into cash for the dealership before snow flies. Special XX'r pricing. Does not include doc tax or title as applicable. Photos of all of these are at www.grandprixmotorsports.com under pre-owned inventory. 2016 Concours - 4127 miles - $9499 2019 Concours - 3257 miles - $10999 pre-owned. Has top case. 2015 BMW RnineT - 27376 miles. $7399 tons of farkles 2018 Aprillia Dorsoduro - 300 miles - $7499. Yes 300 miles (or so) 2014 KTM 1190 Adventure - 12591 miles - $8999 2015 KTM 1190 Adventure - 12054 miles - $9399 2008 KLR650 -17969 miles - $1800 - fair condition 2009 KLR650 - 48364 miles - $2199 - very clean but miles. Aftermarket hardcases 2011 KLR650 - 26432 MILES - $2599 - fair condition 2014 KLR650 - 24364 MILES - $2799 2016 Honda CRF450 - $3799 2015 Can Am Commander - $8799 2017 Grey Wolf 22' Toy Hauler. Like new. $12999
  10. For the love of god do not buy a Vanderhall.
  11. And GAP, PPM and paint protection.
  12. Ok - my dealership did lol. Traded him for a new Motus MSTR. For those of you who know what that is - bow down to my salesman-superpower. Have net ridden it. Want to but scared to hurt it. Possibly the most valuable bike to ever pass through my hands. Owner of my store heard about it and he’s buying it.
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