D-Tracker Cheap Parts

Discussion in 'Kawasaki Big Bikes Thailand' started by nikster, Nov 22, 2008.

  1. nikster

    nikster Ol'Timer

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    Just wanted to share my accident experience. I scratched the side of the D-Tracker, front and back panels, bent the handlebar, scratched the left mirror, front light, front fender, gear pedal, clutch lever, flashers, and a few other items.

    The item list the dealer assembled was about 15 pieces long. The real shocker was the price: 2500 Baht. Each part cost anywhere from 75 (clutch lever) to 500 Baht (front light).

    I got the premium insurance which has a 5000 Bht deductible. I have to say now that if you get it for accident damage, it's hardly worth it unless you manage to total the bike. The upside is: Amazingly cheap parts!
     
  2. Ian Bungy

    Ian Bungy Ol'Timer

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    Hi nikster,
    Yes i had to replace my light from a Stone Break and was pleasantly surprised at the Price. Also it is Great to be able to walk in and Buy a Part when you need it!!! The Joys of Having a New Bike Made in Thailand :D
    I had to Order New Parts for My Yamaha Raid from Singapore when i needed them and then had to Wait ages sometimes for them to arrive at a Unpleasant Cost!!! :cry:
     

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