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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 03-29-2007, 03:15 PM Thread Starter
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stator rebuilder guy on ebay

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Anyone heard of this dude? Just curious, for the sake of the group.

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price is too good to be true...... even with mid grade parts of the caliber he stated, after labor, he is making like $5 per unit...

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180101008836
Anyone heard of this dude? Just curious, for the sake of the group.
That is a great price but Hizzo is right. It just seems a little low. But, I cannot find any bad feedback on eBay or on the forums, so I don't know.

I don't have him listed as a customer of my company if he is buying parts as Tim Parrott Ent. I also did a search of the area and I don't know what company he might be buying from, but I'm pretty sure that he is not buying from ME... Seeing that my company makes motorcycle rectifier/regulators (just not for the VN750), I would think that he would be buying from us.

Now, if he is working for a rewinder and doing these on the side, then I can see him getting some extra special pricing on wire as a rewinder buys wire by the ton but I cannot think of any in that neck of the country.

So, someone should buy it and test it out...


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Hizzo, how is the Frankenstator mod working out for you. John
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Log into ebay and check out this guys feedback. Those who got their parts said they worked however he has numerous complaints about slow or no delivery.

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That does seem like a too good to be true price, going by what others sell for.
But ya never know?!
No ones left any follow up feedback to know if the stators worked good once installed, just that they got them. But then again, not many know about the follow up feedback.

I'm still gonna go with a Rick's stator.


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Maybe we should ask him some technical questions... Hizzo, you know your wire and such. You wanna make a go at him? It would be interesting to see what he says... Or throw me some q's and I'll feed him the stuff...

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This place is only about an hour from where I work. He's also close to Cycletronics. Maybe he works there and is doing some on the side....

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If you ever get over that way, you might stop in and chat with him. It would be nice to know what he's using to rewind them. You never know. Maybe they are pretty good. Wouldn't hurt to ask.

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