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post #1 of 24 (permalink) Old 05-28-2017, 02:19 PM Thread Starter
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I see you guys posting about all these different parts for our bikes.. Where the Hell do y'all find them at? Only place I look at parts is j&p or revzilla.. What other sites do you guys source parts from?


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I have made business with these retailers and vouch for them:

Dennis Kirk: https://www.denniskirk.com/
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Wana-Ryd: https://wanaryd.com/

Just to mention a few!
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Jon at Horny Toad can also get Drag Specialties part numbers at the same discount as OEM Harley parts.
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I see you guys posting about all these different parts for our bikes.. Where the Hell do y'all find them at? Only place I look at parts is j&p or revzilla.. What other sites do you guys source parts from?
J&P is a good source, but they don't carry everything. Look at Baggers Magazine and other bike magazines and learn the different manufacturers and then look them up. Look at the pictures and garages of people on this forum for parts as well. Ask if you don't know about a specific part. Carl Brouhard designs was one of my favorites. There are so many different places and the big vendors or parts books don't have everything.

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Depends on what kind of part you're looking for. You can go to one of the big retailers for general parts, but for specialty parts the smaller shops are usually better. As mentioned above look at or subscribe to a couple of Baggers magazines, keep tabs on the forums, ask questions, and do research.
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HD parts, Jon at Horny Toad only..I have also used eastern performance and revzilla for tires...

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I have had good luck with Hogpro. I have found the price to be within a few bucks of Amazon or eBay, the bonus is they are a trusted retailer, so I feel more comfortable with them.

Amazon is also a place I check often, I trust them more than eBay.
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A lot of the companies you can or must order directly from.
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post #10 of 24 (permalink) Old 05-29-2017, 09:14 AM
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It depends on a lot of things , especially how custom you want , if your tall the places that deal specifically for tall guys , ie; Tall Boys Cycles , deal only in one part but it makes the ride more comfortable , this forum is invaluable as a source for everything you might need.
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