600-650 parts interexchangeability


22 replies to this topic
  • EarlT

Posted October 31, 2007 - 09:54 AM

#21

Which WebSite has the Best
Parts manual Online.
I tried a couple,
but they are Hard to use.
First you have to Find the Part Picture,
then you have to find the Part# that is on the Page
and Reference that on another Page
to Find The Part#, so you can Order that Part.
You have to do this for Each and Every Part.
I gave up.

I will be looking for a Better WebSite.

I want E Start!

I want one Bike E Start
and one Bike K Start;
and See for myself,
Is E Start worth the Weight?

What Say You?

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  • martinfan30

Posted October 31, 2007 - 10:12 AM

#22

i say yes its worth the weight.

  • nukinfutz

Posted November 02, 2007 - 04:27 AM

#23

Which WebSite has the Best
Parts manual Online.
I tried a couple,
but they are Hard to use.
First you have to Find the Part Picture,
then you have to find the Part# that is on the Page
and Reference that on another Page
to Find The Part#, so you can Order that Part.
You have to do this for Each and Every Part.
I gave up.

I will be looking for a Better WebSite.

I want E Start!

I want one Bike E Start
and one Bike K Start;
and See for myself,
Is E Start worth the Weight?

What Say You?

Here is a link to a local shop here.
Enter the bike info for the micro fiche on that bike.
Then open another browser page and do the same for a different bike then you can compare part#'s...etc.

http://www.morgantow...iche_select.asp





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