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Where do you guys purchase your Honda maintenance parts (i.e. - gaskets, filters, bearings, etc.)?

I'm needing a few items for my '96 300 Fourtrax, but not really wanting to spend Dealership prices!

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Local dealer.
 

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my local dealer is an absolute rip off... there is a smaller atv place with good honest folks with great prices that i buy from.. shop around and support your local folks before buying online... just my tip and opinion is all
 

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my local dealer is an absolute rip off... there is a smaller atv place with good honest folks with great prices that i buy from.. shop around and support your local folks before buying online... just my tip and opinion is all
I agree with this and throw money at local places when I can....BUT, sometimes the price is just so much higher that it's hard to justify. When that happens then I've bought most of my stuff from Cheapcycleparts, but be aware that they are a middle man and buy their parts from a distributor and then ship them to you, so you end up waiting a few days for them to get the parts and then a few more for the parts to be shipped to you.

If you are in a hurry or need something right now, then go to the local shop or dealer.
 

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my local dealer is an absolute rip off... there is a smaller atv place with good honest folks with great prices that i buy from.. shop around and support your local folks before buying online... just my tip and opinion is all
I agree with this and throw money at local places when I can....BUT, sometimes the price is just so much higher that it's hard to justify. When that happens then I've bought most of my stuff from Cheapcycleparts, but be aware that they are a middle man and buy their parts from a distributor and then ship them to you, so you end up waiting a few days for them to get the parts and then a few more for the parts to be shipped to you.

If you are in a hurry or need something right now, then go to the local shop or dealer.
the man has a great point. the cool thing with this little mom and pop atv shop is that they try their best to match a price or get close to it. if not i can see myself going the net route for cheaper to the door prices
 

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Cheapcycle parts is a complete rip off scam, wont go into long detailed storys, yes more then once, but steer clear!!!! I now get almost everything from rockymountainatvmc.com
 

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and its 2-3 day FREE shipping at rockymountain not a week like most :icon_ lala:
 
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