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post #1 of 11 Old 04-12-2011, 02:11 PM Thread Starter
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Where do you buy your OEM parts?

So i have been doing some work on my bike and i stopped the local honda shop to pick up a fuel filter and i was told that it would take between 2 weeks to a month to get it in.
my question is where do you all buy your parts online and have you had a good buying experience with them?

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post #2 of 11 Old 04-12-2011, 02:37 PM
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Buy Discount OEM Polaris ATV Parts , ATV Parts, Polaris Parts, OEM ATV Parts, Honda OEM ATV Parts

go onto their site, get the part number and price then CALL THEM, they will give you the same price thats online, and shipping will be cheaper cus it will be calculated properly vs their site.

this place was the cheapest i could find for a full set of oem pads.... cheaper shipped than from the local moto shop... of which i get a 15% discount at.

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Buy Discount OEM Polaris ATV Parts , ATV Parts, Polaris Parts, OEM ATV Parts, Honda OEM ATV Parts

go onto their site, get the part number and price then CALL THEM, they will give you the same price thats online, and shipping will be cheaper cus it will be calculated properly vs their site.

this place was the cheapest i could find for a full set of oem pads.... cheaper shipped than from the local moto shop... of which i get a 15% discount at.
That's good.

My last purchase from Ron Ayers (#18325-MCZ-003) cost me $89.95, plus $8 for shipping. The website referenced in the quoted post above displays a $90.86 price for that part. I did not call for an accurate shipping charge.

Saving on shipping and making sure there are no phony extra handling charges can save meaningful money...it is always worth an extra look or a phone call.

(I think list price for the part mentioned above is $121.00)

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+1 on ronayers.com. buying yet another alternator/stator cover there.

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