Dirtshop, Bangkok how to get there?

Discussion in 'General Discussion / News / Information' started by DaRider, Aug 25, 2011.

  1. DaRider

    DaRider Ol'Timer

    Hi folks,

    I'm trying to find my way to dirtshop here in Bangkok.
    Does Anyone have a google map marker? I found the map on their website but its in Thai so i should be able to find it asking around, i'm sure but a marker would help alot.
     
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  3. NickyBKK

    NickyBKK Ol'Timer

    Call them. There is a lady there called Noi who speaks good english.
     
  4. Maha

    Maha Ol'Timer

    Go to On Nut between soi 55/1 and 55/2 and look across the street and you will see the Dirt Shop building. They are also in Google earth.

    13deg 43' 06''
    100deg 40' 03''
     
  5. DaRider

    DaRider Ol'Timer

    Thanks a lot!
     
  6. Rhodie

    Rhodie Ol'Timer

    Dirt Shop
    www.dirtshopthailand.com

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    Dirt Shop which has moved to a new building across the road. Their roadside signage is very easy to miss as is their premises set back from the road.

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    They have revamped their line of gear and no longer specialise in selling previous years clothing and gear.

    GPS
    N13 43.110
    E100 35.467

    Address
    Head west along On Nut [Soi 77]
    128/1 ONNUT ROAD PRAWET BANGKOK 10250
    Tel : 0-2322-1441, 0-2322-1446
    Fax : 0-2321-4689
    Email: dirtshop@dirtshopthailand.com
    Open on Monday - Saturday 09.00 am. - 18.30 pm.
     
  7. Rustic Charm

    Rustic Charm Ol'Timer

    And expect to pay sky high prices. I checked out the price of an item at DirtShop and ordered it online instead. With shipping and customs duties, it still cost a lot less than the price DirtShop was asking.
     
  8. DaRider

    DaRider Ol'Timer

    All very useful information, thanks again!

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  9. Pgt066

    Pgt066 Ol'Timer

    They do a good job with custom made brake lines (HEL) if you want to replace your crappy stock brake lines with steel braided (But diff colors) ones. Brake lines for a D-tracker were about 3000TB. Labor a measely 300TB. Definately reccomended if you have a stock Jap bike.
     
  10. NickyBKK

    NickyBKK Ol'Timer

    They do have a lot of stuff and are a reliable shop. Bought some things there (includings Ohlins suspensions) at really good prices.
     

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