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We've created sub-section of the ThumperTalk parts & accessories store, where we're showcasing the most common & popular parts for the DR-Z400 platform. You can access it via: https://www.thumpertalk.com/shop/Popular/Suzuki-DR-Z-400-c2447/

 

When the page first opens, below the category filters, it will show you ALL products for this section, so you can page through as you like. However, you can filter the results down in two ways:

 

1. use the categories above the products.

2. input your year/make/model and until your remove your bike, everything you see will be filtered for your bike.

 

Note: we show universal parts by default, but you can turn them off by simply checking the box "hide universal parts".

 

We add to the popular DZ-Z400 parts list fairly often, so sure to check back periodically. Also, if you create a free store account, you can add anything you like to a "wishlist" to access at a later date.

 

All the best!

 

Bryan Bosch

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