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    Member Neotoma's Avatar
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    Aug 2010
    Glennallen, Alaska & Pahrump, Nevada
    Have any of you T-Dubber's ever done business with an online outfit called, They advertise OEM parts for TW's as well as my '82 Honda XL185. I just wonder if they're the Real McCoy, and reputable.

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    Senior Member Henrici's Avatar
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    Big Island, HI
    I've used bikebandit and cheapcycleparts, both seem fine if I need a few item ($50+) but buying individual parts is usually less expensive through a local dealer due to shipping costs.

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    Senior Member twjay's Avatar
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    Crosby, TX
    For OEM I buy most stuff from They have the best prices I've found online.

    Accessories (what few there are for the TW), tires/tubes, I order from or

    Lytle Racing group has good pricing on o-ring chains (OEM length, so you don't have to cut them) and sprockets.

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    Jul 2010
    NW Tennessee
    For OEM I use For tires, For aftermarket, and For everything,

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    Senior Member 805gregg's Avatar
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    Oct 2010
    I've used Stadium, Bike Bandit and Rockymountain all good.

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    Senior Member rm_hm's Avatar
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    Near Narrows Bridges, WA State
    Sone of many past parts threads


    You get a small discount at the bandit if you are a AMA member.

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    Senior Member Kev250R's Avatar
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    Orange, So.Cal.
    I like They seem to have a pretty good selection of parts for newer and even vintage bikes, plus their located in (or near) San Diego which means (typically) parts arrive to me here in Fullerton (~2 hours from San Diego) within a day or two.

    I used to use powersedge a lot (even though their in Michigan) however I didn't like that sometimes they would list a part as being available then E-mail after I placed the order to tell me that it wasn't. To be fair that generally happened when I ordered parts for my older Honda's. TW's seem to still be new enough that most places have (or can get) most parts fairly quickly.

    '04 TW - Ricochet skid plate, IMS pegs, Odyssey battery, Seat Concepts seat, wide front tire. Geared low N' Slow Hidden Content

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    Senior Member TK200's Avatar
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    Oct 2010
    Streator Il.
    Ready for this one, try their search engine is horrible so you may want to have to part number you need handy but the stuff is OEM and cheaper then the stealership. They have everything from racks to jet kits for the TW.

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    Senior Member sinophilia's Avatar
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    Verona, Italy
    I use for OEM parts like washers and valve screw etc., for tires, chains and tuning parts, and eBay for everything else.
    Red Max - 1996 TW200 - 14/45, 320mm toothed brake disc, X-Racing titanium exhaust, Ricochet skid plate, Mule hitch pins, large pegs, VeeRubber VRM274&275 tires

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    I get the best prices on OEM Yamaha parts from these guys .

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