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post #1 of 33 Old 12-16-2014, 07:04 AM Thread Starter
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WTB: Tank and rear tail section

I am looking to get a tank and rear tail section.

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I believe rickard919 has a set in candy red or whatever the red is called :P

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post #3 of 33 Old 12-16-2014, 02:06 PM
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I do in fact. There's almost no way to ship the gas tank across the border tho. No shipping company will touch a used tank.

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I do in fact. There's almost no way to ship the gas tank across the border tho. No shipping company will touch a used tank.
Box it up. Weigh it. Print fedex label. We ship anything

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It has to do with a used fuel cell crossing the border .... its a no go apparently.

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It has to do with a used fuel cell crossing the border .... its a no go apparently.
They don't have to know...

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post #8 of 33 Old 12-16-2014, 06:14 PM Thread Starter
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I believe rickard919 has a set in candy red or whatever the red is called :P
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I do in fact. There's almost no way to ship the gas tank across the border tho. No shipping company will touch a used tank.
Ok, I'll take the tail section for now. Let me know. Hopefully shipping isn't crazy.

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You should check to see how much they'll run new at your local honda dealer first. Many times its better to just buy brand new. If not, shoot me a PM with your address and I'll get a shipping quote.

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post #10 of 33 Old 12-17-2014, 08:05 AM
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http://miami.craigslist.org/brw/mcy/4772039104.html Maybe? $400 seems rich but I think it was at $450.

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http://miami.craigslist.org/brw/mcy/4772039104.html Maybe? $400 seems rich but I think it was at $450.
You can buy new for that price

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I'm still looking for some parts, let me know if anyone has anything. Thanks!

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I missed some guys selling stuff before but I'm still in need of:

- rear tail section
- tank
- stock foot pegs
- hand controls

Any help is greatly appreciated.

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In terms of stock footpegs, I've seen these sell for around $15. Just Google search for your retailer of choice:

Emgo OEM Style Replacement Foot Pegs 54-20010

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I'm parting out a 2004 599, not sure if any of those parts would be of use ... presuming you have the 919, and I'm not well versed on what's interchangeable. Drop me a line directly if any of what I have can be of use; I'm in Wisconsin, pretty much the entire bike is still here, just starting to list things on Ebay this week.

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Still in need of the rear tail fairing and a tank possibly. If anyone has a line on something, let me know!

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post #18 of 33 Old 04-25-2015, 06:26 PM Thread Starter
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Better than this:




I don't think the tank is punctured because it didn't leak during the wreck and it hasn't smelled like gas at all. I suppose I can get some bondo on there....lots of bondo....but if I can source another tank, I'd take it.

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post #22 of 33 Old 04-25-2015, 09:20 PM Thread Starter
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tail sections too. Sorry about your wreck
Oh nice! That would be awesome.

I'm mad at myself for putting off the repairs for so long. The 9er has been my favorite bike thus far. I love riding it. And the season is here, so I have to get her patched up.

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Well nuts... Do you know anyone that does bodywork and likes beer? That tank should be an afternoon project for someone that is proficient in body repair. And the tail sections can be plastic welded or fiberglassed. I've repaired a few 9er tails in my day... Good luck getting her back up and running man!

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Try servicehonda.com or motosport.com for new OEM poarts. Much cheaper than the dealerships.

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I went to a local shop that is a Honda dealer, I had them look up OEM parts, tank and tail section, and it was over $900. What a joke.

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Well I'm really interested in Wolf's and SanDogDewey's tank and tail sections.

Wolf
tank $300 + sh/h
tail $70 +s/h

SanDogDewey
tank $300 + s/h
tail $100 + s/h

Who is willing to negotiate, and who wants to get rid of their stuff more?

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The $300 price was for it being bondo'd sanded and bed lined. I could do 150 as is. I'll post some pics here in a second.
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The $300 price was for it being bondo'd sanded and bed lined. I could do 150 as is. I'll post some pics here in a second.


I like that!!

shipping will be to Jeannette, PA 15644

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-The red one received some fine scratches during the move to dallas on the middle where your belt buckle would touch.
-The white tank was good till I sanded into bondo (didn't know it was there) a little bit. You could use a minor amount of bondo to correct it.
-The grey tail section could be sanded smooth (the scratch isn't that deep)
-The red has a crack in it and needs bondo

Let me know which ones you want.
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Well I'm really interested in Wolf's and SanDogDewey's tank and tail sections.

Wolf
tank $300 + sh/h
tail $70 +s/h

SanDogDewey
tank $300 + s/h
tail $100 + s/h

Who is willing to negotiate, and who wants to get rid of their stuff more?
PM me with an offer. $83 shipping for the tank and $45 for the cowl through UPS. Everything is all packed in original Honda boxes and ready to go.
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Tank and cowl are $685 from Service Honda.

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Tank $499.43
Cowl $176.29

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