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post #1 of 5 Old 02-07-2011, 07:22 PM Thread Starter
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Best internet source for parts?

Hey guys - I am a noob to this forum, but have had my 919 for 2 years.

Just need a few aftermarket parts like chain sproketx plugs etc...

do we have a dealer of choice on this forum?

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post #2 of 5 Old 02-07-2011, 08:12 PM
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LDH has a quite a few aftermarket goodies. Also the search feature is amazing just search your mod and see what everyone else did.

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I've had good luck and good pricing from them.

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I recommend deciding on a part, say AFAM sprockets and then using google and see where it's cheapest. That being said, RonAyers is about the best for OEM stuff. Other places I have ordered from with good results are below

PJ's Parts - Accessories For Every Bike And Rider - Motorcycle, Harley-Davidson, ATV, Dirt Bike, Snowmobile, PWC / Watercraft Parts, Apparel, and Accessories
Kyle Racing - Roadracing Motorcycles (Lord Duckhunter is a member who works there) great prices, better service. Good place to get a PCIII, AFAM sprockets and DID chains.

G&J is a supplier of brake lines. The phone number is in a thread somewhere, but just make a call, say you're a WT'er and get SS lines front and back for less than $100.

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