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Post links or names of your favorite motorcycle parts or service sources here so others may bookmark them.  

 

No questions or rants please.  Start a new thread if you need to ask for a source.  

 

Feel free to say why you like a source and to describe what you found there that may be helpful to others.

 

Here are the two most obvious sources:

 

https://www.thumpertalk.com/shop/

 

http://www.ebay.com/motors

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XR's Only ( Mikuni pumper carb, exhaust, oil dipstick temp gauge)

http://www.xrsonly.com/

 

RM ATV (tires, riding gear, and other accesories)

http://www.rockymountainatvmc.com/

 

Baja Designs (dual sport kits,bike lighting, helmet lights, stator re-winds)

http://www.bajadesigns.com/

 

Trail Tech (bike lighting, speedos, batteries, helmet lights)

http://www.trailtech.net/

 

Cyclops Adventure (lighting)

http://www.cyclopsadventuresports.com/

 

Ricky Stator (new stators and electrical parts)

http://www.rickystator.com/

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Ace Hardware

www short drive away. road

They have individual bolts, nuts, and washers. I used an o ring for the manifold, but later replaced it with a Honda part. In a pinch, they work great. Or just go with it. My TL125 has a few Ace and EBay parts. TL125eBay.

Example. Subframe bolt fell out. Wait a week and pay $7 shipping? Or get a metric hex head bolt?

I know, use Locktite to keep the stock bolt.

Local Honda Dealer - RIP

I actually tried to give them some of my business. No shipping fee, helps keep them open, for one reason or another, we all got 10% off. Local club. AMA member, etc. unfortunately the recession killed the shop.

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google + "motorcycle parts"

Longtime fan of Rockymountainatvmc, actually hit platunim status with them last year. I spend too much money on motorcycle parts.

Others for notable mention

Ron Ayers

Service Honda

Bikebandit

Motosport

Motorcycle Superstore

OEM Cycle

Honda East Toledo (they used to have some smoking deals on closeout gear, not so much anymore)

Iron Pony occasionally has deals on gear- wife managed to damage her Scorpion VX14 by putting it on the back of the stove in the toy hauler- oven was on, she set it right above the vent and proceeded to melt the Styrofoam inside the shell. Iron Pony had the same helmet on closeout for $19. So I bought 5 of them- was still less than I originally paid for the first one. She's since gone through two of the 5, one she actually cracked a boulder by landing on it with her head.

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I recently ordered a dozen small oem parts from Chaparral Motorsports.  I ordered on Friday afternoon and received the parts on Wed. with free shipping.  It would have been sooner, but they had to get one of the parts from Honda in Torrance since it wasn't in stock.  They now have their online parts fische operational.  Their store is at least twice the size of a Costco FWIW.

 

http://www.chaparral-racing.com/oem-parts 

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What about partzilla.com for OEM parts?

I have used partzilla a few times, good prices but they don't always have oem parts in stock, are warehouse items that need 5-10 days to ship.

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