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I think it would be nice to have a separate area or topic - even a sticky somewhere - where we can very selectively post links to the best parts suppliers we've normally used. I don't mean just someone that we got a bargain from off eBay but some of the real main suppliers that cater to and have parts for our bikes?



Be nice if it was moderated or submissions had to be approved before addition but something like:



TAS Classic Motorsports

http://www.tasmotorsports.com/

260-563-6937



Nice stash of CX/GL parts however their website is rarely updated nor do they list but a few common items on eBay. The best way to find out if they've got something is to call them and Matt will usually answer the phone, he knows these bikes and the company will often go out of the way to find you something unique if they don't already have it. Prices are good and shipping is fast, also usually free on many items.




GeorgeFix

http://stores.ebay.com/GEORGEFIXS-MOTORCYCLE-PARTS

xxx-xxx-xxxx



Specializes in ............




You get the idea.
 

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Thats a great idea, for some reason I thought we had something like that on the old forum. Maybe not I could be



thinking of another forum I visit.
 

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You're right, if I recall we did in the old forum.



Just seems like a good idea to me, we could answer a lot of questions in there by listing places like http://www.jetsrus.com/
 

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Plastifix

http://www.urethanesupply.com/plastifixhowto.php

800-633-3047



Works great for repairing damaged plastic pieces such as side covers, fairings, hard saddlebags, trunks, etc.




A GL650 rear cowl with two broken/missing mounting tabs and a crack along the side was repaired today using Plastifix. New mounting tabs were fabricated using the plastic molding bar included in the kit to transfer the pattern from another cowl.



Tip: A heat gun works well to soften the molding bar so it can be shaped.
 

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Only time will tell, won't it?
 
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