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  • Need advice: One stop shop?

    My fellow yammies,
    need advice. I'm restoring a standard eleven. She's never been touched so I'm in for a ton of parts. Shopping for individual parts and paying for shipping adds up.

    Is there a go to, one stop shop to combine all the shipping cost?

    TIA

  • #2
    Not that I am aware of. We have a member that is selling a bunch of standard parts all for $400.00. Of course he is asking for whoever wants them to pick them up in the Dallas area. Maybe you can work out a deal with him and set up a one time freight shipment. Much cheaper, but of course you would probably have to hire someone or business to handle the packing and shipping unless the seller would work with you on that. Might be worth a chat anyways.
    2 - 80 LGs bought one new
    81 LH
    02 FXSTB Nighttrain
    Jim

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    • #3
      Thanks Jim. Who's the member?

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      • #4
        Many of us use Partzilla for OEM seals and gaskets:

        https://www.partzilla.com/catalog
        -Mike
        _________
        '79 XS1100SF 20k miles
        '80 XS1100SG 42k miles
        '81 XS1100H Venturer 35k miles
        '79 XS750SF 20k miles
        '85 Honda V65 Magna ~7k miles
        '84 Honda V65 Magna 48k miles (parts bike)
        '86 Yamaha VMAX 7k miles

        Previous: '68 Motoguzzi 600cc + '79 XS750SF 22k miles +'84 Honda V65

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        • #5
          Originally posted by 80xs11socali View Post
          Thanks Jim. Who's the member?
          Entire 1979 XS1100F worth of parts for sale-$400 OBO - XS11.club Forums
          2 - 80 LGs bought one new
          81 LH
          02 FXSTB Nighttrain
          Jim

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          • #6
            I have most parts, in great shape, from an 81 Special that I think I want to part ways with.
            80 SG
            81 SH in parts
            99 ST1100
            91 ST1100

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            • #7
              Any opinions on partsnmore?

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              • #8
                I use partsNmore, they have a lot of decent quality stuff for our bikes. They are in Ontario Canada so shipping may be slow, although they have been faster recently.

                I just tried one that was recommended to me called PartShark, they have OEM and faster than Partzilla and somewhat cheaper.
                Last edited by bikerphil; 04-20-2021, 08:41 PM. Reason: Add
                2H7 (79)
                3H3

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                • #9
                  Member andreashweiss has many parts, and he is very reasonable and reliable. He's a good source.
                  79 F
                  Previously owned: (among others)
                  1969 Harley- Davidson Rapido 125 (Aermacchi)
                  1967 Suzuki X6 Hustler
                  1973 Suzuki TM 125
                  1979 XS1100 F
                  2005 Kaw. Vulcan VN800
                  1991 BMW K75

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by 80xs11socali View Post
                    Any opinions on partsnmore?
                    I buy a lot of parts and tools from Parts-n-More. I am happy with the products they sell. Usually they have the best prices if you find what you need.

                    Even while the pandemic is going on, shipping time to Michigan has been quite acceptable because they use FedEx. FedEx seems to do much better with customs than the alternatives.
                    -Mike
                    _________
                    '79 XS1100SF 20k miles
                    '80 XS1100SG 42k miles
                    '81 XS1100H Venturer 35k miles
                    '79 XS750SF 20k miles
                    '85 Honda V65 Magna ~7k miles
                    '84 Honda V65 Magna 48k miles (parts bike)
                    '86 Yamaha VMAX 7k miles

                    Previous: '68 Motoguzzi 600cc + '79 XS750SF 22k miles +'84 Honda V65

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                    • #11
                      www.partshark.com will beat Partzilla on price and ship much faster.
                      Marty (in Mississippi)
                      XS1100SG
                      XS650SK

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                      • #12
                        I use PartsnMore with no isues. Plus they are located on my town so I save even more on shipping
                        '78 XS1100E (the newest bike I've ever owned)
                        '74 CB350F1 (under restoration)
                        '72 RT2 MX360 (gone but not forgotten)

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