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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 07-19-2010, 10:38 AM Thread Starter
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Parts From Stockers salvage/FINAL DRIVE

I needed a final drive and driveshaft, so i went to findmyparts.com Within a few hours had several responses. I ended up buy from Stockers motorcycle salvage for $ 350 pretty good deal I thought. When I got the final drive all splines and everything look good. It is all in good shape. My only comlaint which isn't a big deal. They had me ship my final drive/driveshaft before they would ship thiers to me (made the process very long) as I am in Indiana and they are in California. My next problem is they said this was comlete jsut ready to put on. So when I took mine off I threaded my nuts on old drive and shipped it all under thinking when my new one arrived it would have them on it as well (stupidity on my part). So now its all on there jsut missing a shock nut and the 4 nuts that hole the swingarm to the final drive. Again not a big deal but now got to try and get to the hardware and wont have the pretty chrome shock nut haha Overall I would recommend findmyparts and definitly Stockers good price just have to wait a bit and keep your nuts!
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Let me be the first: Never give your nuts away.

I'm keepin' all the left over parts. I'm gonna use 'em to build another bike!
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yes.. one should always keep a tight grip on your nuts.
oh and $350 for a final drive and drive shaft?... ouch!...I jsut about gave a that away on Fleebay 2 weeks ago.
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Haha I knew those jokes would be coming as deserved.... Dang it don't tell me that! I looked for a few weeks and that was best I could find.
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