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May 2nd, 2014, 04:47 PM   #1
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OEM Parts Suppliers best prices

with the probable change to husqy dealers for berg parts its nice to know there is a ktm/husqy dealer with good pricing and fiches online


best online pricing/ fiches that I have found are Munn racing (KTMtalk)

links are finicky the main site is Munn Racing

sometimes its here

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for berg fiche and "KTM parts house"

Lexington, Kentucky, KTM, ATV, OEM, Offroad, Street, fiche, parts, accessories, apparel, clothing, jacket, helmet, boot, glove

for the crossover and ktm numbering system parts

if you know of a cheaper one please let us know

if you are outside the USA I recommend Shipito if there are ethical issues with OS shipping. http://www.shipito.com/

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May 14th, 2014, 09:20 PM   #2
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I found cyclebuy.com was pretty good with pricing, they always get my parts, and ships quick anywhere in the US.



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May 26th, 2014, 11:35 PM   #3
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It shits me that we need to use ship.to

I have stand springs on order from Wanneroo KTM for over 6 weeks. 6 bloody weeks.

It also had to wait 4 weeks for a case gasket. What do they expect, that i have my Vehicle Off the Road for 4 weeks?

Everything is ex-USA, i wish we could just buy direct.
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July 30th, 2014, 06:15 PM   #4
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I dunno about pricing, but Rick always does his best to help me:

Bozarth's Offroad Service Specialities

And Dan from motoxotica is simply the salt of the earth.

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if he can't find it, it doesn't exist. Hell, the man found me OEM headers in new condition for a 1996 ATK. That was just this year!

I'm a huge fan of both of these dealers
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August 1st, 2014, 06:48 PM   #5
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I dunno about pricing, but Rick always does his best to help me:

Bozarth's Offroad Service Specialities

And Dan from motoxotica is simply the salt of the earth.

MotoXotica - Home

if he can't find it, it doesn't exist. Hell, the man found me OEM headers in new condition for a 1996 ATK. That was just this year!

I'm a huge fan of both of these dealers
me too, these 2 plus in oz ORANGEBERG ORANGEBERG back in the workshop and mototech Welcome to Mototech Motorcycle Technology are fantastic
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And Dan from motoxotica is simply the salt of the earth.

MotoXotica - Home
How is Dan (or his mechanic) for engine work?

I'm at 168 hours and getting more and more metal flakes on the drain plug so it seems something is in order. Dan has recommended at least timing chain and check the cam bearings (I think). I figure there is always the chance of the main bearings as well.

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October 12th, 2014, 05:37 AM   #7
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I reckon anyone can make a mistake or 2

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I need a few things for my husaberg I need to find both boots for the carburetor as well as a throttle adjustment screw also known as the intake boots
thank you in advance Lonnie Ashley new owner of a husaberg
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Not sure what berg you have, but call Dan @motoxotica. If it is available he'll have it.
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Has anyone used HUSABERGSHOP.se - Sveriges största reservdelsshop för Husaberg-delar ? i Wonder if its still operational.
Update, according to the dealer, the site is to be taken Down.

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