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I could not get a replacement front fork for my 95 from HD.
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Why would anyone order from the dealer? you can buy these parts elsewhere..
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Why would anyone order from the dealer? you can buy these parts elsewhere..
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Very few parts are dealer only.
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Swingarm bearings are not a standard type of bearing and they are made in Germany so this is nothing to do with Coronavirus or parts being made in China.
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See if the bearing has a number on it, and if so google it. Or check the size and run it .
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I have had no problems ordering parts....well, at least two items....first I had to order brake pads for the rear....got them in less than a week.....then found out I needed a new spring pad for rear brakes ….took less than a week to get it in. It does bother me that almost all items you need have to be ordered ….even sometimes the items you would think would be big sellers and should be in stock. I am from Central Florida....so maybe we have a secret supplier.....yeah, that must be it.
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