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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 04-07-2013, 02:30 PM Thread Starter
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Hi guys, Where do you recommend buy parts in Canada? I have looked around but haven't found much.

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I'm not sure where you're at but I've bought a ton of stuff from A Vicious Cycle in New Dundee ON. They're right around the corner from me but the do a lot of mail order stuff too. They don't have a whole lot in stock but will bring in almost anything. Just tell them what you want and they can give you a price.

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Thanks, I will check them out.

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I am in Alberta and struggled to find a parts person that does bike stuff. Mostly quads out here at the dealers. You need to visit a couple of dealerships personally and gauge whether or not the partsperson is "bike savvy". I have had good luck at Echo Cycle in Edmonton. Called in for wheel bearings, seals, spark plugs, and a new intake plate for my 1500, and he got them all correct first time, over the phone.....rare, rare indeed. At the previous dealer/supplier, no interest in Kawi bikes at all, parts were usually 2 or 3 times to get them right (Cycleworks)
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I'm not sure where you're at but I've bought a ton of stuff from A Vicious Cycle in New Dundee ON. They're right around the corner from me but the do a lot of mail order stuff too. They don't have a whole lot in stock but will bring in almost anything. Just tell them what you want and they can give you a price.

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Same for the place around the corner from me, Strictly Recreation.

They will bring in almost anything from anywhere, and have always had great prices.

http://www.strictlyrecreation.com/page/page/6133243.htm
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I get most of my stuff states side, meancycles etc .... just watch the shipping, get them to send everything by post. If you go the UPS or Fed Ex route, you will be dinged with the old elusive "customs processing fee" which is a $50 overcharge and a load of crap .... there is no such thing. Canada post rarely charges duty, and has no processing fee.
Motovan, Parts Canada / Parts Unlimited, Royal Distributing are a couple of local places. Almost anything is available from your local dealer, just compare the web prices to your local prices. I give my dealer a 10% overage, any more and I'm getting it elsewhere and not paying sales tax.

As a trucker, we have a office in LA, when I order from the States I get most of it shipped there, no freight, no taxes. I just pick it up when I'm there. Its a big saving, my fairings, bags, seats, trailer and chrome and most of my riding gear has been bought south of the border. My hitch and some chrome goodies were bought in Canada.

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Great guy Donald Broadfoot, Platinum Powersports outside of Clinton. Great mechanic, good prices. I bought my exhaust there less expensive then Royal Distributing.
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I get my tires here http://www.petes-superbike.com/me880...1_167_177.html
as far as parts sometimes royal or gp cycles both in whitby or the stealer dealer depends on what I need.

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