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when i try and look up oem honda parts, all i get is the useless reverse lookup crap

please, tell me how to find the pictures, part #, and prices like it used to be

and if it doesnt work, does anyone else have a working site?

i have a vtx 1800 retro to rebuild, and need info
 

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Go to where you were and just above the reverse look up you will see "by manufacturer" click on that. then in the box below that you see Honda to the left, click on that. then click on motorcycles, then year and then model.

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Go to where you were and just above the reverse look up you will see "by manufacturer" click on that. then in the box below that you see Honda to the left, click on that. then click on motorcycles, then year and then model.

good luck
that doesnt work on ie or firefox on my computer

next............
 

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Here is how it worked foe me!!(firefox)!!!


go to home on this site..

click on HDL parts -OEM on the right side

click on click here to view the genuine honda parts fiche


click on motorcycles

click on honda

click on year (the little sqaure box to the left of the year)

click on your bike you are wanting parts for...hope this helps
 

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that doesnt work on ie or firefox on my computer

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You probably have the security level for your web browser set to "raving paranoid." You will need to allow Javascript for the dropdowns to work.
 

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it now worked

i did the sme thing like 14 times and this last time it did work

i didnt change any settings, etc

holy cow, $1400 for a vtx gas tank, vikes

front fender $600, yikes again
 

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Get a insurance Quote! You'll be Happy!
 

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doesn't work for me, i'm probably doing something wrong, it used to work fine

asked the same question a week or two ago and got about the same answers but i was still unable to get it to work so i wound up ordering from www.bikebandit.com thier site worked fine for me
 

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it now worked

i did the sme thing like 14 times and this last time it did work

i didnt change any settings, etc

holy cow, $1400 for a vtx gas tank, vikes

front fender $600, yikes again
That's why most times Insurance company's, they will just make the (BIKE) is totaled out-- Cost more to repair Parts & Labor than to replace the whole bike or what ever the Current Blue book value is.

"Insurance is not to make you rich just to get you back to where you were". Qutoe from Judge Judy
 

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That's why most times Insurance company's, they will just make the (BIKE) is totaled out-- Cost more to repair Parts & Labor than to replace the whole bike or what ever the Current Blue book value is.
i pray they total it and give me a check

i just dont want a bike thats wrecked and fixed

the resale drops by 30-40%, even if they fix it proper

check ebay on the sales for salvage titled bikes
 

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doesn't work for me, i'm probably doing something wrong, it used to work fine

asked the same question a week or two ago and got about the same answers but i was still unable to get it to work so i wound up ordering from www.bikebandit.com thier site worked fine for me
the bike bandit web site is very easiy to look up things

for example, try and find the shifter on a 2006 vtx on the directline site. or the floorboards, good luck

the bike bandit site has thumbnail photos of each section, plus a easy to use index
 
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