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Hi at all,

if you need parts for your TW, please take a look on my Website.
The shown prices are incl. German VAT and valid for Germany and the European Union (Countries using Euro as currency).
The rest of the world (Switzerland too) don't have to pay the 19% VAT (shown price / 1.19 = your price).

I'll ship parts world wide by DHL. This is in the most cases the best priced option, on the following link you'll see the price list:
DHL Paket international

And for small/light parts I use the German post:
https://www.deutschepost.de/de/b/briefe-ins-ausland.html
-->> Only in German available.

And the most important ;)
The link to my shop.
TW-Parts.com - Tuning-, Zubehör- und Ersatzteile für Yamaha TW125, 200 und 225
-->> Original German Version

Google Translate - TW-Parts.com
-->> Translation to English by Google

Google*Traduction - TW-Parts.com
-->> Translation to French by Google

Traductor de Google - TW-Parts.com
-->> Translation to Spanish by Google

If you want to order something, please do not use the "Personal Massage".
I have a order and inquiry form.

Best Regards,
Sebastian



PS: I know, my prices are in comparison to the US-marked a bit higher. But for the German/European market I am in the mid price segment.
 

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I have not ordered from Sebastian but I have ordered from FC-Moto in Germany several times. DHL shipping is very fast, reliable, and reasonably priced. Plus, with the dollar currently strong against the Euro, the prices can be really great. I wouldn't hesitate a bit to order from Sebastian's website.
 

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Not really. While we have the most strict emission requirements for importing a vehicle, nobody checks small parcel shipments...unlike Australia, where they collect tax on importation. And unless your state is very picky for inspection....mine doesn't even check emissions on motorcycles... you won't have a problem.

This is actually one of my pet peeves. A prime example of how our government is out to screw US businesses. Even with free trade agreements, other countries...Canada, Australia, etc collect the VAT..what we would know as sales tax, only much higher than in the US. They commonly levy a small fee as well...in Canada, its $5.00 plus the tax due... which is as much as 20%. In the US, no one enforces the sales tax when an item is sent through the mail or small parcel shippers. Its on the honor system that you pay what you owe to your state. :rolleyes:

Strike one for US businesses shipping to foreign customers...who have to pay extra on delivery, and decide its not worth it (even though the prices often work out to be comparable.) Meanwhile, foreign companies can ship to us...Tax-Free!

Strike two for US businesses: International postage rates are set by the country that SENDS the parcel. The receiving country doesn't get paid. They deliver for free. The theory is, that what's sent and received will balance out in the end. That might have been true 50 years ago... but how many parcels do we send to China? Meanwhile, the Chinese government subsidizes their postal rates, and fills containers that they send to the US, where my government delivers them for free. I routinely see items for sale, shipped directly from China, priced less than I would pay in Postage to ship the same item to a US customer! So all those good deals on shorty levers, etc, shipped directly from China, mean that not only have we given away all of our well paying factory jobs, we're now sending the warehouse and order processing jobs there too.
 

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I hope all your stuff meets US emission standards Seb, you're in trouble if they don't...:D
Here's a fact:
If I would import a TW200 from 2007 or younger, I would never get a title for it, because the TW200 is too dirty.
Only bikes with catalytic converter are able to reach the emissions standards.

So, which country does have the harder emission standards? Germany or USA?


The rules/laws to make a muffler street legal are really hard in Germany (and Europe).
- not louder as original
- performance improvement yes, but peak performance not higher as written into the bike documents
- same or lower emissions as original


The FMF and DG pipes are not street legal in Europe.
 

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Hi at all,

if you need parts for your TW, please take a look on my Website.
The shown prices are incl. German VAT and valid for Germany and the European Union (Countries using Euro as currency).
The rest of the world (Switzerland too) don't have to pay the 19% VAT (shown price / 1.19 = your price).

I'll ship parts world wide by DHL. This is in the most cases the best priced option, on the following link you'll see the price list:
DHL Paket international

And for small/light parts I use the German post:
Brief International
-->> Only in German available.

And the most important ;)
The link to my shop.
TW-Parts.com - Tuning-, Zubehör- und Ersatzteile für Yamaha TW125, 200 und 225
-->> Original German Version

Google Translate - TW-Parts.com
-->> Translation to English by Google

Google*Traduction - TW-Parts.com
-->> Translation to French by Google

Traductor de Google - TW-Parts.com
-->> Translation to Spanish by Google

If you want to order something, please do not use the "Personal Massage".
I have a order and inquiry form.

I have tried looking on your site Sebastian and tried using the google link to translate from German to English ?, I get a google msg of url not supported illegal activity or similar ????
, never mind, I was just browsing
Regards,
Raffles


PS: I know, my prices are in comparison to the US-marked a bit higher. But for the German/European market I am in the mid price segment.
 

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Cost of shipping and the exchange rates are the biggest deterent for Australian buyers wishing to buy from overseas. Sometimes it works out, but many times not viable.
 
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