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What's the best way you've found to get parts? - September 4, 2012, 03:22 PM

Do I have to get them from a dealer or can they be bought locally and/or online?

Which way have you found to have the most reasonable prices?

I did call a dealer but the part number I found online didn't match the part number the dealer had. I don't want order something and receive a different part than I thought I was getting.


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September 4, 2012, 03:27 PM

Online is almost always less expensive (beware hidden shipping costs though)

As far as part numbers, many distributors use internal part numbers that often do not match the OEM part #. Also these parts may be Aftermarket parts, which is not necessarily a bad thing...

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Not looking for anything specific yet. I decided I wanted a Bonneville without thinking beyond that point.

I bought with no idea what I might be getting into so I didn't know if my only choice was proprietary sources or if there's any kind of competition keeping prices reasonable. Knew this was the place to start curing my ignorance though.


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If you're looking for OEM parts, I can help you out with that. Shoot me a PM and we can talk about it further.


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if you don't mind used, theres some salvage places that have triumph parts. bonneville, you say? old bike barn?

if i can remember, there's a bike-breaker place i was getting some hinckley parts from not too long ago.

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If anybody is looking for OEM parts, shoot me a PM. I get dealer pricing on OEM parts and will be happy to order anything you need at a discounted price.


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If anybody is looking for OEM parts, shoot me a PM. I get dealer pricing on OEM parts and will be happy to order anything you need at a discounted price.
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September 4, 2012, 06:40 PM

Haven't needed anything lately for the Speed Triple, but when I had a Speed Four, I used to get stuff through Team Triumph in Wisconsin. Got my parts quickly and at a reasonably good price--I preferred them over local dealers.
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