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seventhirteen
09-04-2009, 5:34 PM
best online warehouse for triumph parts, mainly engine parts, seals, bearings, gaskets, head bolts ect...

what places have folks had good experiences with, and what ones were bad......

bhead1968
09-04-2009, 7:18 PM
indy shops - Four Aces / Lowbrow

Large suppliers - MAP Cycle, BritCycle, Rabers

Google the above and you shall find....prollly some indy guys will chime in here and help ya out...good luck.

Choppedtriumphs
09-05-2009, 3:13 AM
A friend of mine got me aquainted with M.A.P. back in the mid 80s ,...haven't had a problem yet .

travasesino
09-06-2009, 2:11 PM
Ebay!

Torch
09-07-2009, 5:29 AM
best online warehouse for triumph parts, mainly engine parts, seals, bearings, gaskets, head bolts ect...

what places have folks had good experiences with, and what ones were bad......

We use Moores cycle supply in Anaheim CA, 714 447-4402, you get one honest man (with 50 years experience), fair prices, great advice, fast shipping, a huge inventory of parts. Call Keith Moore you won't be disappointed

rhythmOil
09-07-2009, 10:34 AM
We use Moores cycle supply in Anaheim CA, 714 447-4402, you get one honest man (with 50 years experience), fair prices, great advice, fast shipping, a huge inventory of parts. Call Keith Moore you won't be disappointed

and speaking of inventory, try his online inventory search:
http://www.moorescyclecenter.com/

you don't even need to translate the old parts numbers into the newer ones. just enter the last 4 digits and you'll get what you're after 90% of the time.

BlueCollarMoto
09-07-2009, 2:44 PM
Not a online place but worth mentioning is Classic Cycles in Anaheim or Century Cycles in San Pedro, Ca.
Both have helped me out in a pinch more than once.

Gepetto
09-07-2009, 10:16 PM
Moore's cycle supply!

framus
09-09-2009, 3:38 PM
We definately have a lot of stuff here at MAP. Have to look at it all day. :)

GreaserMike
09-10-2009, 10:15 AM
Besides the above mentioned shops, I purchase quite a bit from Coventry Spares.

Coventry Spares, Ltd.
15 Abbey Lane
Middleboro, MA 02346
1-800-451-5113.

John Healy is the founder of Triumph International Owners Club, which began the Cachuma Lake Vintage Rally, and also the editor of TIOC's great magazine British Bike. British motorcycles as a business and sport owe so very much to John.

Besides, John knows us so well now he always throws a bag of M&M's in the box. Nothing helps keep you wrenching like M&M's (paid for by Mars Incorporated)

oildevil13
09-10-2009, 11:15 AM
Jacks in Tulsa, Ok is worth a look if you are ever in the area. Little old lady owns the place. They have everything there, Id love to peek in the back room. It reminds me of Century in San Pedro, except Tim doesnt crochet.

Online: Four Aces, or British cycle supply. I set up a Skype account to order from them... you have to call them to order and that shit got expensive.

Fredo
09-10-2009, 11:25 AM
4 Aces

wickedblockhead
09-12-2009, 10:10 PM
i had nothing but the best service with BritCycle. Ask for Wayne.