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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 04-05-2019, 02:10 PM Thread Starter
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Where do Members buy their Parts

I知 getting my 2001 Tiger (w/ 16,000 miles) back on the road after sitting idle for around 6 years. I知 going to need some stuff! Where do you get your parts?

I only need a few Triumph specific parts:
~ Brake Caliper Rebuild Kit (if I need it)
~ Fuel Filter
~ Fuel Plate gasket

Most parts I can buy aftermarket:
~ Air Filter
~ Battery
~ Brake Pads
~ Chain
~ Oil Filter
~ Spark Plugs
~ Tires

And I know I can buy fluids anywhere:
~ AntiFreeze
~ Brake Fluid
~ Engine Oil
~ Fork Oil

So where is the best place(s) to stock up?

Thank you,

~ Rick M
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post #2 of 7 (permalink) Old 04-09-2019, 06:07 PM
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I have bought all my OEM parts and a few aftermarket items from Bike Bandit. They have some nice sales on riding gear at times.
Scroll down to the bottom of the topic's page and you will see a long list of vendors that many people use for aftermarket & OEM.
I've had very good luck with BB so that's who I have stayed with. Our classifieds is a great place to find some really good deals on all kind s of items also. You need to get about 20 more posts before you have access but it will be worth it. This is a great bunch of riders to buy or sell with.

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I second Bike Bandit. I've bought from them quite a few times. They are very competitive with pricing, and their service has always been good for me.

I also use Partzilla for my other bikes, but they don't do Triumph OEM. They do have aftermarket parts for Triumphs though.

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Most places source their parts and act as a middleman.
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As you're in PA, use Hermy's. Thank me later. https://www.triumphestore.com/

Any questions, call them on the phone. ~ 50 years in biz as an oversize mom-and-pop BMW, them BMW & Triumph.

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post #7 of 7 (permalink) Old 04-18-2019, 12:57 AM Thread Starter
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As you're in PA, use Hermy's. Thank me later. https://www.triumphestore.com/
I kind of forgot about Hermy痴. They池e on the other side of the state but they fixed me up under warranty when my quick disconnect fuel lines were leaking. I was staying in a hotel in Harrisburg and they came to me (over an hour away), trailered my bike to their shop, and repaired it - no cost! A day later my co-worker took me there to retrieve my bike and all was well. While it didn稚 cost me anything - I took them a case of Bass Ale for their great customer service.

Between BikeBandit & Hermy痴 I知 good to go on getting parts. Thanks everybody.

~ Rick M.
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