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OEM Parts Distributors

Postby ragedigital » Wed May 07, 2008 10:03 am

OEM Parts Distributors with online Microfiche (alphabetically):

Bike Bandit (http://www.bikebandit.com)
Derby Cycles (http://www.derbycycles.net)
Flat Out Motorcycles (http://www.flatoutmotorcycles.com)
Old Bike Barn (http://www.oldbikebarn.com)
Highlands Yamaha (http://www.highlandsyamaha.com/pages/pa ... amaha.aspx)



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Re: OEM Parts Distributors

Postby Fraidknot » Fri May 09, 2008 7:52 pm

http://www.flatoutmotorcycles.com used to be the cheapest place to get Yamaha parts. I'm sure they're still cheaper than bikebandit.
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Re: OEM Parts Distributors

Postby ThisEndUp » Mon May 12, 2008 5:19 pm

http://fiche.ronayers.com/Index.cfm/Mod ... ake/Yamaha

Micro fiche for '90, '91 and '97 model FZR600s........and other bikes, of course.
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Re: OEM Parts Distributors

Postby BILTIT » Fri May 16, 2008 2:43 pm

http://www.oldbikebarn.com

Just ordered a few things from them.

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Re: OEM Parts Distributors

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Re: OEM Parts Distributors

Postby cad600 » Sat May 17, 2008 4:16 pm

Here are a few more.

North County Yamaha - http://www.ncyyamaha.com/fiche_select.asp - Decent prices and fairly quick shipping/handling. Located in San Marcos, CA
Yamaha Sports Plaza - http://www.yamahasportsplaza.com/ - Really good prices but kind of slow on the shipping/handling. Located near Seatle, WA
MR Cycles - http://www.mrcycles.com/ - Have never bought from them but they have all the Japanese manufactures listed. Located in Ashville, NC
Power Sports Pro - http://www.powersportspro.com/ - Have never bought from them but they have all the Japanese manufactures listed. Located in Omaha, NE

Non-Yamaha
Prosource Parts - http://shop.prosourceoutlet.com/pages/p ... fault.aspx - Everyone but Yamaha. Online only I think.

I've found that if price doesn't matter and you need it really quickly then you should buy from your local dealer. Yamaha factory warehouse ships really quickly and you don't pay for shipping (it's built into the price). But you need to find a dealer you like and this is only true if the part is not on backorder or needs to be cross shipped. The main wire harness I bought for my '89 came from Tokyo and I had it in 3 days. If price is a main issue and time is not then buy from the parts online. Even with shipping it should not cost as much as the local dealer.
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Re: OEM Parts Distributors

Postby YAM93 » Fri May 23, 2008 8:54 pm

Dennis Kirk ...... call 1-800-969-7504 and have them send you a Metric bike catalog. I have their number on speed dial in my cell phone.
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They have also have cruiser and off-road catalogs. During the winter they usually sell snowmobile stuff also. They ship really fast, are located in Minnesota, so center of the country, and if your order is over $100 the shipping is free. The prices are very competitive and the selection is awesome. The only thing they don't carry that I wish they did is Teknic.

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Have been ordering a lot from them lately... because they give a DISCOUNT to AMA members! YAY ! Another good reason to join. They recently have some unbelievable deals on Teknic gear.

Between myself and my brother we've ordered well over $10,000 worth of stuff from Dennis Kirk. Never had them mess up. Got ONE defective product, they just credited my card and told me to throw the product away. Great customer service, even for hard to find part numbers that may not be in their catalog.

...woops, I just realized this thing said OEM parts, sorry, I guess this will need to be moved to "Aftermarket parts". :duh: ...sorry!
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Re: OEM Parts Distributors

Postby 1993FZR600 » Sun Jun 08, 2008 10:38 am

very good place for OEM :!:

http://www.cheapcycleparts.com
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Re: OEM Parts Distributors

Postby Fizzinatorr » Sun Jun 08, 2008 12:53 pm

I've used Mrcycles.com and they have been pretty good

Is there anyway we can choose the overall best Oem parts seller?
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Re: OEM Parts Distributors

Postby Beckett » Sun Jun 08, 2008 2:28 pm

YAM93 wrote:Dennis Kirk ...... call 1-800-969-7504 and have them send you a Metric bike catalog. I have their number on speed dial in my cell phone.
:notworthy: :notworthy: :notworthy: :notworthy: :king
They have also have cruiser and off-road catalogs. During the winter they usually sell snowmobile stuff also. They ship really fast, are located in Minnesota, so center of the country, and if your order is over $100 the shipping is free. The prices are very competitive and the selection is awesome. The only thing they don't carry that I wish they did is Teknic.

...woops, I just realized this thing said OEM parts, sorry, I guess this will need to be moved to "Aftermarket parts". :duh: ...sorry!


Dennis Kirk is widely popular here in MN. From what I hear they are great to work with.
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Re: OEM Parts Distributors

Postby 95FZR600 » Wed Aug 27, 2008 3:47 pm

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