Price check in USA for AUS!

Hi all,

long story short, my folks are heading over to USA from AUS and I have the opportunity to buy some gear cheap given the current exchange rate $$$ for my XR650R.

Folks will be right next to Desert Honda Motorcycles in Las Vegas Nevada and I was going to see if you guys could help out with giving me a price check on the following items? (p.s. I could call them at 3am my time, but thought this might be worth a shot.) even a ball park on what you pay over in USA is cool, just quote where you get your price from if thats cool.

Rear fender (red)

Left side cover (white)

Right side cover (white)

14t front sprocket (steel)

48t rear sprocket (steel)

Any help would be appreciated! thanks in advance from AUS! XR650R

and if your calling at 3.00am your time, its only 6.00am here.

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