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Hi all,



Just wondering, what is everyone's favorite online source for OEM Yamaha TW200 parts? Obviously, best prices and fastest turnaround! I need a bunch of seals, bearings, and some other hardware for my rebuild.



Thanks!



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I like to order from Powersportsplus. They always ship in a timely

fashion. There's also bikebandit Yamahapartshouse.
 

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I like rockymountainatvmc.com Great service and competitive prices in my experience. Located in the SLC area. You're about the same distance from them as I am, and I've been impressed with how fast I can get parts.
 

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I usually go to ronayers.com just because I like their parts fiche. They also sell parts for all of my bikes except my piaggio.
 

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Holy cow...no one has a local Yamaha dealer? If I'm looking at OEM parts, it's the local guy that gets my dollar. That, and I love the smell of new motorcycles
 

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Holy cow...no one has a local Yamaha dealer? If I'm looking at OEM parts, it's the local guy that gets my dollar. That, and I love the smell of new motorcycles
We actually have a local shop here that sells Yamaha parts, and I will be checking with them to see if they can beat or meet internet prices.



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My local dealer has rotten customer service, sky high prices, charges me shipping and I think he orders the parts online just like I could. I rather have them sent to my door, it is usually much cheaper. Kind of hard to want to support them.
 

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My local dealer has rotten customer service, sky high prices, charges me shipping and I think he orders the parts online just like I could. I rather have them sent to my door, it is usually much cheaper. Kind of hard to want to support them.
Yup, that is basically the story with my local dealer, but I will give them a chance on the parts I need and see what they have and what they cost.



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My local dealer has rotten customer service, sky high prices, charges me shipping and I think he orders the parts online just like I could. I rather have them sent to my door, it is usually much cheaper. Kind of hard to want to support them.


it's the same around here...unless you're buying from the guy all the time you probably won't get any deals...but every shop is different
 

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Living in a rural area, we are fortunate to have 2 Yamaha dealers in 2 different small towns. Very friendly, hard working folk. Bummer for the guys above that don't have a good relationship with the local guy.



Could I save a buck on the interwebs? Yup, but why not support these guys. I'm not buying enough where it's gonna break me.



For aftermarket parts it's http://www.rockymountainatvmc.com/
 

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I have to pay a toll and drive 30m to my local shop that never has any tw parts in stock. Plus they are usually 5 to 25 percent more expensive then buying online.

I bought my tw new there and never heard from them again.
 
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