Where do you buy your parts & gear?

Where do you buy your parts & gear?


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OEM Parts - Service Honda always has the cheapest prices
Aftermarket in order:
Dennis Kirk - a couple of dollars more but they have a damn near perfect web site (easy to find things, quantity on hand) and fast shipping.
TT Store - throw them a bone and buy from them occastionally to help support the forum site
Rocky Mountain - sometimes can find things I can't find elsewhere
Cycle Gear - local store does carry a few things I use.
Xit Cycles - local shop I'll occasionally do business with to help out the local merchant. Have done a excellent job getting me custom cut suspension springs.
 
Munn for KTM Parts

I go with lowest price shopping on other stuff. I always buy OUT of state to save tax and usually get free shipping. This usually means Motorcycle Super Store but might be Motosport or Rocky Mountain in some cases. Some manufacturers it's best to deal direct. Tires I usually pick up in bulk at Cycle Gear when they are having a big sale.

And as often as I try I can't force myself to use that lame online store at TT. And their prices these days are no better than anyone else on the things I need. Retail in some cases. So lack of real web store and advanced online services like cheap and easy returns such as Motorcycle Super Store turned me off. I tried to buy about $2000 of stuff from them. Even called to avoid their site. Prices sucked. 3 Scotts units - 2 Flexx Bars - 2 Cycra Sets - etc etc NO HELP... NO LOVE !

If you guys open a store get a REAL ETAIL STORE. Scanned catalog pages with parts numbers I must type into a box is LAME !
 
Big Lots (Their shopping carts wheel bearings are the same as any KTM's bearings and color matching plasitc kits)
Wal-mart (The old "Blue Aprons" make cool Yamaha capes although no plastic kits, bastards use steal shopping carts)
Target (Shopping carts are red and can be modified for Honda plastics, wheels make good training wheels for CRF230's)
Dollar General (anything and everything Suzuki)

:excuseme: who cares
Kawasaki (No major supplier, why do you think they are always getting towed back to the truck...WitDick)
 
Parts - I stay local at Simi Cycles. They treat me good and with great prices.
Gear and other - Simi Cycles, TRE & Motoworldracing.com - I get discounts at all them.
 
Riding a Husky means that I source parts and accessories from many differeent outlets.
For parts - I too ride a Husky (oldie but a goodie - '94 TE610) and have wanted to do my business with MS but they don't support Husky's so I've gone to Up-Tite who I like more anyways...George is a great guy. Luckily I haven't needed much...so far only a clutch cable. He actually had one in stock.
For gear - I go to Cycle Gear or MS because they're close. I've been checking out the Husky website for "Husky" stuff since no one around here carries it...I need a pair of Husqvarna flip-flops!!!
 

James

Staff member
get an employee discount.
Speaking of which, here's some codes I found for RMATV

Rocky Mountain ATV MC Discount Codes
10% off 96639
$20 off $150 or more 22560
$50 off $300 or more w2503


Don't forget to click through this link (Click Here) or the ad on the left side.
 
rockymountain is starting to phase in OEM parts but it will be a while before they get everything ready. they are good but for oem stuff right now i go with a local dealer or Munn racing
 

James

Staff member
rockymountain is starting to phase in OEM parts but it will be a while before they get everything ready. they are good but for oem stuff right now i go with a local dealer or Munn racing
:thumb: I've noticed that, plus the prices are usually better then Motosport.
 
Because of this thread I started shopping my old favorite Motorcycle Superstore against Rocky Mountain and Motosport. I spent about $2500 since this thread started. I learned you have to compare all three on everything to get the best deals every time. Moto and Rocky are usually better than Motorcycle Superstore, but not always. Thanks for waking me up guys. You saved me some serious change !
 

James

Staff member
Because of this thread I started shopping my old favorite Motorcycle Superstore against Rocky Mountain and Motosport. I spent about $2500 since this thread started. I learned you have to compare all three on everything to get the best deals every time. Moto and Rocky are usually better than Motorcycle Superstore, but not always. Thanks for waking me up guys. You saved me some serious change !
:thumb:

Don't forgot to click through the links on the home page before you place your order. Won't cost you anything extra and DBA gets supported.:thumb:
 
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