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gusm2
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Parts book

Postby gusm2 » Fri May 27, 2022 10:48 pm

Any advice out there welcomed, having been frustrated after ordering parts and getting the wrong stuff I've been looking at getting myself a parts book,
However I'm worried that as Buell are no more are the books still relevant or along with the bikes obsolete.
PS dealer in question was Riders of Bristol our supposed friendly supplier :(
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Maz
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Re: Parts book

Postby Maz » Sat May 28, 2022 12:17 am

Bikes, parts etc. are all now obsolete, not Riders fault...same applies to H-D stuff too.
I have every parts book relating to every Buell model ever made....9 times out of 10 when I call to order a part it's NLA even though the majority of Buell parts have a Hardly number :sad1:
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leadenwinter
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Re: Parts book

Postby leadenwinter » Mon Jun 06, 2022 4:55 pm

Just off phone to Riders of Bristol and ordered a Front Master Cylinder repair kit for my Uly - was a bit worried about availability but said it is in Harley stock so should be with me in 7 - 10 days

am going to overhaul the brake caliper so may as well do it all at once - one set of pistons are sticking

and got my UKBEG discount


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