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post #1 of 9 Old 08-03-2011, 12:48 PM Thread Starter
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Honda Parts-Direct.com??????

Does anyone know if this company is still in business? I just ordered parts from them yesterday online and I've never gotten a confirmation email and I keep trying to call and I'm getting no answer.

Also anyone have any idea where you can get Honda OEM parts direct so they don't have to be shipped two or three times around the US before you get them?

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Also anyone have any idea where you can get Honda OEM parts direct so they don't have to be shipped two or three times around the US before you get them? [/B]
I haven't used that company before so I can't help you there. I have used the first couple companies listed a number of times for OEM parts, and was happy with their service. I'm sure there are many others to choose from as well:

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Shipping is a little slow with them though, but manageable.

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I just got a set of brake pads from PartsPitStop.com, $27 something per rotor


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Thanks everyone! My problem is I placed an order with these people and I'm getting no response from them. I want these parts before the weekend so I can get it put together or I won't have another chance before next weekend.

It just really sucks that we have to order OEM parts from someone who doesn't even stock them, pay and wait for them to receive them, then turn around and reship them to us. I'd just like to find a way around all of this. I called me local Honda dealer and am having them ship two freaking gaskets in over night so I can pick them up from them by Friday. The total is going to be $75 and the two gaskets online or $24. GRRRRR!

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I've used them before when they had the best price but shipping was always very slow.

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thats who i use, great place... just make ur order up online so you have the part numbers, then CALL them to place the order so they do proper shipping... tho their online shipping calculations have gotten much better.... call anyways they might be able to get an even better deal.

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Ohio, Florida, Honda, Parts, Accessories, dealer, Honda Direct LIne

Shipping is a little slow with them though, but manageable.
I have always used this site to get items....but to concur..they are a tad slow on the shipping but I have never had any problems

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I use bikebandit, their orders are a little slow but I've never had an issue other than that.

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