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post #1 of 6 Old 11-12-2012, 06:17 PM Thread Starter
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Best OEM parts supplier?

Hi,

I'm about to buy my third CBR (2010 CBR125R) to add to our '07 CBR1000 and '11 CBR250R the garage but it has just had a small fall and damaged the upper fairing and exhaust prior to making the buy.

Does anyone have a recommendation on the best source for OEM parts? I have used Part Shark for my Hayabusa but they don't do Honda parts.

In OZ we are usually gouged for parts!

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post #2 of 6 Old 11-12-2012, 06:44 PM
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I don't think I'm alone when I suggest Honda East Toledo. They are an authorized dealer on the forum and offer some kick-butt deals. Send them a PM or give them a call.

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post #3 of 6 Old 11-12-2012, 07:42 PM
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wow a cbr125 really ?
I hope its a 18 year old girl riding it
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post #4 of 6 Old 11-12-2012, 07:52 PM
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They've gotta start somewhere, dick ^

But Honda parts nation, they have 40% off oem pricing, they just rape you with shipping. What I do is price match it at the local HondaNazi's, who have free shipping haha


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Thanks Jetfire and noahb, I'll give them a call once I have the bike.

No, not an 18yo girl riding the bike. It doesn't actually have a rider. It's a swap for a big bore trailbike I have for sale. Probably a quick lap around the block, a tidy up, and up for sale. I suspect it may ride a little different to my Hayabusa and 1000RR trackie?

I`ll probably post it up here when it's ready to go. Interested B. Bones?

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Didn't end up getting the CBR125. The owner got the jitters with the swap when he couldn't start my Husky 610 because he was a little dude. Sold the Husky on e-bay instead.

That leaves a gap in the garage that will be hard to adjust to without filling it with something nice. Now down to the Busa, CBR1000 track bike, Wifes CBR250R, and an 83 Katana project bike.

I think a Ducati would complement that group?

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