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Old 05-13-2009, 09:02 PM
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Can anyone give me some suggestions as to where the best place is to get parts..... I need some mirrors for my bike..... I guess people will say ebay..... If that is the best place, maybe I should check it out.....

I am also looking for a good place to buy an awesome helmet that matches my bike..... I already have a nice HJC but it is the wrong color..... It was from my Maroon Honda Magna I had....

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Old 05-14-2009, 05:27 AM
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Yeah, I'd have to say e-Bay, lol. As for the helmet, these guys seem to have good deals: http://www.motorcycle-superstore.com/
 
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Originally Posted by Incognito View Post
Yeah, I'd have to say e-Bay, lol. As for the helmet, these guys seem to have good deals: http://www.motorcycle-superstore.com/
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you can also try
kneedraggers.com
bikebandit.com ( good for oem parts)
58cycles.com
 
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Old 05-17-2009, 01:34 PM
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Thanks guys, I just went ahead & got my helmet locally because I really wanted to try it on before I got it..... I don't think I would want to buy a helmet online..... It's just one of those things you really need to see how it fits & feels with it on......

I got a Black & Blue, Modular, FULMER Trident helmet & I love it..... It looks great & I will never go without a modular helmet again..... Modular helmets are absolutely one of the greatest innovations in helmet design ever......
 
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So thats what its called...modular. I bought one off ebay, its an HJC, and I have to agree, best thing since sliced bread.
 
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Originally Posted by CHEMISTRANGER View Post
Thanks guys, I just went ahead & got my helmet locally because I really wanted to try it on before I got it..... I don't think I would want to buy a helmet online..... It's just one of those things you really need to see how it fits & feels with it on......
Dealers are suppose to be the Guinea Pig. Use them to try them on then find a better deal online. But sometimes, like the helmet I plan on purchasing, it is cheaper at a dealer. I'm looking at the CL-Max Evolve in Black/Silver/White and my local shop sells it for $10 less than any other place online... At least according to their website catalog.
 
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Yeah, I agree with you teko1020 but I found my helmet for a good price & just went with it..... I have had it for 2 or 3 weeks now & I still love it..... I guess that's all that matters.....
 
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RevZilla and Motorcycle-Superstore are two other ones to add to the list, I've purchased parts from both of them and they have good prices, fast shipping, and great customer service.
 
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