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    Senior Member joedirt1970's Avatar
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    Good day everyone,



    I know we all have our own contacts, websites and shops we use. I thought it might be nice to start a page that we can use to list pages that we use and explain why it is a goood page.
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    I found this site as I was browsing (actually for an XT tank), but I replaced the xt225 with tw200 in the url and found this.

    It doesn't seem to be the least expensive, but it does seem to have some cool stuff.



    http://www.procycle.us/bikepages/tw200.html
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    2008 TDub--Jimbo Shield, Lizard Oil Cooler, Blaster Shock, YZ Hybrid Forks, Supermoto front fender, ATV Bars, Acerbis Brake Cover, 1460 Pelican Case, Cycle Rack, Power Core, Gold Chain.

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    I like American Motorcycle Tire. The last Shinko I ordered from them was the lowest price I could find online and the shipping is free. I ordered around noon and it was on my front porch the next day before noon....Arizona to Michigan. I was pleasantly surprised!

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    Senior Member joedirt1970's Avatar
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    Just a side note. We are (for the most part) so quick to complain. It is always nice to give kudos to those that deserve too. I think I can speak for all when I mention Cycle Racks. Even though I didn't buy from them direct. I have spoken with them and they were absolutely great to deal with.



    http://cycleracks.com/default.aspx
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    2008 TDub--Jimbo Shield, Lizard Oil Cooler, Blaster Shock, YZ Hybrid Forks, Supermoto front fender, ATV Bars, Acerbis Brake Cover, 1460 Pelican Case, Cycle Rack, Power Core, Gold Chain.

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    I think this is a great idea.



    I personally like these 2 sites alot. Customer service is awesome and prices are always some of the cheapest around. I buy alot of MX parts from them



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    Quote Originally Posted by Alex Monteer View Post


    +1 for RockyMtnATV.



    I use Revzilla.com a lot, (or did) for clothing, boots, bags. I'm pretty much set for now, but they are cheap, very fast, and have lots of online info on their products. I decided on most of my clothing by just watching their vids.
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    Senior Member joedirt1970's Avatar
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    Let's not forget the best one....



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