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When ordering multiple parts, where "# Required Per Assembly" is 4, do I order 4 of that item or are 4 included for that part number?


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When ordering multiple parts, where "# Required Per Assembly" is 4, do I order 4 of that item or are 4 included for that part number?
The way it is worded, ie, "# Required Per Assembly", I think you need to order 4 of the item.

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Purchased May 16, 2008
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yep, order 4 if you need to replace all of them

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Carb rebuild New brakes front and back New radiator fan
I've done:
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Fresh Dexcool coolant Upgraded Shunt-type R/R (Relocated) Headlight Bypass Stator tested - PASSED
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cool, thx


85 VN700 Project Bike
Earshave
R/R Relocate
Mustang Seat
Custom grill cover
Busted Engine... removed, split, waiting on parts
Cleaning up & painting the rest

Parts still needed... wanted...
11" shocks, or one stock
Aftermarket exhaust... eventually
Extended forward controls or custom hwy peg mounts for my cramped legs...
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If they're small parts, call them. Internet shipping price on an oring for my bike was 9 bucks. Called and the guy said it would fit in an envelope. Shipping dropped to 1.25.

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That was a great call! I think some places make more money on shipping than on parts.

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MF Battery
Plexistar windshield
.040 pilot jets.
Splines lubed 1955 mi.
Marbled
Iridium plugs
Reset pickup coil gaps.
Metzeler ME=880s
Shindengen MOSFET RR
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If they're small parts, call them. Internet shipping price on an oring for my bike was 9 bucks. Called and the guy said it would fit in an envelope. Shipping dropped to 1.25.
Thanks for the heads up on that man. Excellent to know for future purchases!
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