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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 10-12-2016, 01:49 PM Thread Starter
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Hey where in Canada are you guys getting parts? Having a time trying to find a set of slip ons for my 2009 1100 silverado. Found a couple of sites, but price was a little more than i expected. Dealer here is way to far above those i found. any help would be great.
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post #2 of 7 (permalink) Old 10-12-2016, 07:43 PM
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this may sound overly simple but when I need something for my bike or any of my cars, I check amazon.

Gives a good indication of the range of prices that are out there, and I know what Im looking at more or less.

Then finding a good supplier is the next step.

The only exception for this was tires for my VS650 - I ended up googling tires and got them from Bike Bandit.

This must work both ways across the border. The best deal I found for rotors and brake pads for my car was from a Canadian supplier - Max Pads.
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post #3 of 7 (permalink) Old 10-13-2016, 11:45 PM
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HEY Newfie 1100, I live in Mexico and always get ripped off by the local dealers. and the money difference does not help. So I go online to the US dealer and find the best prices and ship.. I usually save a few bucks and get stuff at home rather than hauling all over the big city of Mexico City in traffic.
Hope you get what you need.

My feet on the pegs and lots of time to go where the road leads.
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Hey newf have you checked fort9 formally Canada motorcycles? They have decent prices and they're from Canada.
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Hey where in Canada are you guys getting parts? Having a time trying to find a set of slip ons for my 2009 1100 silverado. Found a couple of sites, but price was a little more than i expected. Dealer here is way to far above those i found. any help would be great.
Not in canada but I ordered a set of baron customs slip ons from amazon. not sure what you're looking to pay for them but these sound really nice.

https://www.amazon.com/Baron-Custom-...dp/B002CUYGOC/
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Hey newf have you checked fort9 formally Canada motorcycles? They have decent prices and they're from Canada.
Actually Corsair it's FortNine (https://fortnine.ca/en/) and for my fellow Newfoundlander I have bought many items from them, including 2 new tires 2 months ago, for my 950 and their service and return policy are AWESOME!! BTW...the returned item was my fault :
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Not in canada but I ordered a set of baron customs slip ons from amazon. not sure what you're looking to pay for them but these sound really nice.

https://www.amazon.com/Baron-Custom-...dp/B002CUYGOC/
And yes, if I can fine what I want, I regularly use Amazon.ca
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2009 Tommy Blue 950
Bought June 3 2014 with 1,340 km
V&H Twin Slash Round SlipOn
Cobra Sissy Bar
3.5 X 1.5 pullback risers
HD Heritage Handlebars
Custom World Drivers Backrest (modified)
Barons SS Throttle Cables, Clutch Cable and Brake Lines
Tsukayu Fairing with strereo and 6" speakers
OEM Saddlebags
Kuryakyn Iso Grips/w Bar Ends and Throttle Assist
Custom Dynamics indicators and taillight
Superbright LED's 2" Mini Aux Lights
Fiamm air horn
Mustang 2pc Touring Seat[
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