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where to find OEM parts besides the dealer

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Hey guys just got my 08 450 a few days ago and lets just say something bad happened...I need to stock/aftermarket lever, and lever only...most of the yam dealers around here are HORRIBLE when it comes to customer service..so does anyone have any good sites I can buy OEM /aftermarket parts off?

sorry for the newb question, im use to riding a 2stroke:naughty:

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tt store... bike bandit....pit posse

i have used all three with no prob's

welcome to TT btw, what part of TEXAS ???

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tt store... bike bandit....pit posse

i have used all three with no prob's

welcome to TT btw, what part of TEXAS ???

Thanks for the help...Im in the Tomball area, Houston is the biggest city near me.

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Thanks for the help...Im in the Tomball area, Houston is the biggest city near me.

Amarillo here....

a long way away.

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You'll get the fee back in savings on your first purchase of anything worth $50 retail, even with the shipping (unless it's really big or heavy).

Fat discounts, good service, parts delivered to your door.

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http://www.crotchrocket.com/

No membership fees, wholesale prices, and reliable shipping. :thumbsup:

The normal TT store is awesome, but I've had issues with OEM TT (Generation MX) When I don't get parts and can't ride, I get angry very fast. So far, JT Motorsports hasn't made me angry.

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I use powersportspro.com. They have an online microfiche to find what you're looking for and I've never had a problem with them. No membership fees either.

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membership fees dont really bother me...10 bucks to find what you need is well worth it...looks like a have a few options to look into....i cant wait to heal up and get my bike back out on the dirt

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I use powersportspro.com. They have an online microfiche to find what you're looking for and I've never had a problem with them. No membership fees either.
Three parts at random:

'04 YZ450 CRANKSHAFT ASSY (5XD-11400-00-00)

Retail: $353.48

PowerSprtsPro: $353.48

North County Yamaha : $300.46

TT OEM : $279.52

CrotchRocket: $285.76

'04 YZ450 3rd wheel gear (5TA-17231-00-00)

Retail: $42.99

PowerSportsPro: $45.22

North County Yamaha: $38.44

TT OEM: $27.35

CrotchRocket: $29.90

'06 YZ450 Clutch Friction plates (x9) (5TA-16321-00-00)

Retail: $96.39

PowerSportsPro: $86.73

North County Yamaha: $73.71

TT OEM: $66.33

CrotchRocket: $58.50

Crotchrocket,com is the only one I know of that competes with TT OEM. There have been times when they had problems getting the parts I needed, but TT OEM always told me about it. I've had them do other things for me, like pack two orders placed at different times in the same box to save shipping, expedite shipping on follow-up orders, and ship back ordered parts free when I needed the rest of the order right away, all without being asked. IMO, it's $10 well spent.

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There have been times when they had problems getting the parts I needed, but TT OEM always told me about it. I've had them do other things for me, like pack two orders placed at different times in the same box to save shipping, expedite shipping on follow-up orders, and ship back ordered parts free when I needed the rest of the order right away, all without being asked. IMO, it's $10 well spent.

I've ordered parts from OEMTT and told them I needed the part by Friday so I could ride, I also told them I could care less how they shipped the part, just make sure it I got it by the weekend....... The first time my bike sat on the stand for the weekend, I thought maybe I didn't get my point across, the second time it happened, I thought I seen a pattern developing.

Like I said, the regular TT store is awesome, but when I need OEM parts, I call crotchrocket. :thumbsup:

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I've ordered parts from OEMTT and told them I needed the part by Friday so I could ride, I also told them I could care less how they shipped the part, just make sure it I got it by the weekend....... The first time my bike sat on the stand for the weekend, I thought maybe I didn't get my point across, the second time it happened, I thought I seen a pattern developing.

Like I said, the regular TT store is awesome, but when I need OEM parts, I call crotchrocket. :thumbsup:

Sounds like the usual situation...eveone has different exsperiences with different companies...seems to me use the one that works best for you

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