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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 05-29-2011, 07:06 PM Thread Starter
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Dampers

Where is the best place to get them that has them in stock? I brought them last year but I'm missing one of each from cheap cycle. I think its too late to tell them they forgot to ship them. Looking on their site it appears they are out anyway.

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Try BikeBandit.com...although it looks like they're Availability search is down for the holiday weekend...might try on Tuesday. Also another is powersportsplus.com and also kawasakipartshouse.com.

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Whatz a "damper"?

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Crankshaft damper. I'm doing the stator replacement the hard way and Ron suggested last year to also replace the dampers since they are right there. All I have to do is remove the flywheel and gear balancer. I went ahead and put the order in but money and time was tight. So I didn't really worry about fighting with cheap cycle about the two missing dampers. Now I'm kicking myself.

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Ah yes....sorry. Scotch induced brain fart.( been awhile since I tore open a motor)

I think you should call and explain your problem with the missing parts... They might surprise you and help you out. It is always worth a try.....

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