discounted online KDX parts??

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Any place to get discounted KDX parts online? Are Fredette's prices pretty decent. I need a new gas cap.

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I think if you go to the links section of just kdx you may find one there? or maybe someone else can say that guy's name, but I can't, sorry.
 
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"Dude", ;)

Yeah, I checked that link out. I emailed them the part #'s and I haven't heard back yet. I'll see what happens though. Thanks again.
 

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Originally posted by Ensign
Hmmmm.....what's wrong with Fredette, Sage?
Not a thing, but theres other spiders in the web.
 
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discount Kawasaki parts

anyone looking for discount Kawasaki part....i have the place for you!! go to WWW.Honda-Kawasaki.com....this is the web site for Treasure Coast Honda-Kawasaki in Ft Pierce, FL. if you know the part number you are looking for, they will quote you a price that is substantially lower than any dealer i've found yet. I needed a new rear hub for my KX 500......my local kawasaki dealer quoted me $355 for it. these guys at Treasure Coast got me the same part for $240!!! I've gotten quotes for several other parts from them too...and they are far and away cheaper. only catch is YOU have to suppy the part numbers for them and it's for ONLINE orders only.

thing is...all you have to do is go to Kawasaki's web site....then click on Buy Kawasaki....then view parts.....and look up YOUR bike and find out your own part numbers and supply them. YOU do all the work in finding your parts and THEY get it for you much cheaper!! i know i'm gonna use them for all MY parts purchases from now on. no way i'm gonna support my local dealer when they are charging 50 to 300% markups on there parts!!!

Happy parts hunting!!!
 
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Gas cap?

Dude. Even if you find one that is cheap you still have to pay shipping and wait until it comes in the mail. Run to your local Kaw dealer and pay the $15 or $16 bucks. You probably won't save more than 2 bucks mail order and if you buy it from your dealer you can be riding in the time it takes to screw the dang thing on.:scream:
 
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Unfortunately, my local dealer NEVER has the parts in stock. They always have to order them anyhow. I figured why not pay less and just order it from home and have it delivered rather than making two trips to the dealer.

Thanks, dude! ;)
 
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Dude,
CYCLE WORLD KAWASAKI, 5808 RITCHIE HWY, BALTIMORE, MD 21225 has four in stock and their $16.00. Number is 410-636-0676 and the part number is 51049-1108.;)
 

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Beware the rubber gasket is not included with the cap.
Without the gasket the cap cracks on the first tighten with very modest torque, (my used bike had no gasket and a cracked cap, didn't know what was amiss).
To avoid buying two like I did, see if the gasket is there. (dealer said tough cookies)
 

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My dealer is as bad as yours. Every time I go in to order something for my Kawi the parts guys look at me like why do they have to do this,grudgingly look it up, then tell me they can order it for me. Like you say, why drive to the dealer twice and wait 7 business days when you can find them in stock elsewhere and have them UPS'd to your door? And why reward such bad service by giving such a dealer your business?

Worse, I've found a wide discrapancy in parts prices among dealers, with mine always being the highest (one part's LIST PRICE was $22 and they were charging $36!). I think they are "encouraging" me to buy a Honda (my buddy's XR parts are always in stock and competitively priced). BTW, I did report them to Kawasaki Consumer Services (949-460-5688).

I always check first with www.bikebandit.com, which is a great link someone gave me when I asked this question. If nothing else you have a reasonable and consistent baseline price before calling a dealer if you're in a hurry and think you may get lucky. I've had great availability, price, and service with Midwest Action Cycles in WI, 800-343-9065. I'll have to check out WWW.Honda-Kawasaki.com and see how it compares. :cool:
 
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No wonder my new cap leaked.

G. Gearloose
I wish I would have know that. I noticed I had to torque my new cap down to prevent the gas from leaking. I hope I didn't crack it and I hope I didn't toss the old one:eek:
 
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KDXDan,
Wow, thanks for the research. Did you have to call them to find that out? I actually usually go to the other Cycle World on Pulaski Highway for oil and sparkplugs (closer than the one on Ritchie Highway, plus you have to pay a toll for the Harbor Tunnel to get to the one on Ritchie Highway from where I live). I have tried getting other parts from them though and they always had to order them.

Others,
I was ordering some other stuff from Fredette the other day (pipe guard, one piece triple clamp top, etc.) and he had them for $13, so I went ahead and ordered one. Hope it comes with the gasket. I'll have to check the cracked one on the bike I bought to see if the gasket is on that one.

Thanks to all of you for the help.