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i am not sure where i got this but this site is awsome...T

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Post by Kghost »

I like www.servicehonda.com.......

They have a OEM search engine that is identical to hondas.
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Post by Dougal »

This one works as well


BTW kghost, the workshop manager, Barry Benkert is very knowlegable on Goldwing parts and where you can get them :)

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Post by octane »

In Europe;
use this:

Classic Motorcycle Service. Search by parts numbers

and Search by model
CMS are in Holland. Brilliant place. Use them a lot.

You can also search from the parts diagrams:
Parts diagrams
(click on the text for the diagram you want to open,
and give it a bit of time to download)

They have that for ALL Honda models. That's over 1000 different bikes.
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Post by rcmatt007 »

and there i the old standby www.goldwinginfo.com

I have also found that once I have the number www.bikebandit.com will let me know if the part i still available
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BIG T wrote:i am not sure where i got this but this site is awsome...T

Yes. They do a terrific job there.

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Post by Sidecar Bob »

If you google Honda motorcycle "online fiche" you will find somewhere over a thousand results. Most of them will be local dealerships in the U.S. that all use the same software as Mr.Cycles. Just choose one and save a link to it in Favorites. If one is local to you, pick that one so that you can pick up what you order instead of paying to have it mailed to you.
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