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post #1 of 12 Old 09-26-2010, 10:03 AM Thread Starter
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Best place to buy OEM parts?

I need a front headlight bucket as mine has been cracked ever since I bought the bike and I need to replace it. I've seen them cost around $60 new on a couple of sites. Any recommendations?

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Motosport has online Honda microfiche w/ excellent prices.

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I'm waiting on parts from:

www.cyclepartswarehouse.com

They were happy to ship to New Zealand and a fraction of the cost of factory parts here!!!!

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they will 110% price match just about any other place online including oem stuff.

and they cary oem parts for just bout everything.

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Wow......lol. Partspitstop is our local motorcycle store selling stuff out the back door.

The trick here is......finding places that are actually stocking these items and not drop shipping....

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Wow......lol. Partspitstop is our local motorcycle store selling stuff out the back door.

The trick here is......finding places that are actually stocking these items and not drop shipping....
99% of the places that carry oem parts dont actually carry them as there is no point... way to many OEM parts to make it worth their while.

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This is why I order my stuff from Motosport......their online OEM Honda section tells you what they have in the warehouse before you place the order.

It really pisses me off when it takes a week to get a part that I could have received at the dealership direct from Honda in 2 days.

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The problem with most dealerships is you still have to pay list price.

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