Where do you get your big bike parts in Thailand?

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  1. Ricohoc

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    Aside from Ebay or having a relative/friend send them from the home country or waiting two weeks to get something through Red Baron BKK, do any of you have parts sources that will ship to Thailand or are within Thailand?

    Any feedback would be appreciated. :happy3:
     
  2. DavidFL

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    Very helpful, David! Thanks!
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    Hi all,
    Im looking for some parts re rebuild a set of carbs for a Bandit 400. I need 4 main and 4 pilot jets, one fuel ass'y, and a gasket set, and possibly a choke cable. Any ides for someone in Saraburi? Also can you get "Pin Sol" here in Thailand, it is an amazing carb cleaner.
    Thanks...
     
  5. LivinLOS

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    I bought lots of parts for a older bandit (and other bikes with no dealer parts supply any more) from cmsnl.com

    Not quick, not cheap.. But all I needed in one place.
     
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    I've had good luck with TDM parts from www.wemoto.com in the UK. Actually, David told me about it first. They ship promptly and at a reasonable cost. Small items have seemed to bypass Thai Customs most of the time.
     

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