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Here is another Honda online parts fiche that I use to buy OEM stuff when I need it.

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I hope this isn't a repeat. I've used the sites below and like the prices when needed. As always shop around and be sure to search ebay.com with the OEM honda part number. You'de be surprised about the prices you get there compared to sites like hondapartsnation.co0m

http://www.saber-cycle.com/
http://www.partsnmore.com/parts/honda/vf1100s/?filters[fitting]=custom

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yes they have good prices id use them no matter how much radakks trashes them on stuff they dont even offer

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Isn't sabercycle the one that was discussed on another thread as to the place to stay away from for head gaskets? Are they okay for other stuff? Good tip on e-bay, using the Honda part number, never thought of that.

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it is but theres a bias there and it not nearly as as bad as they make it out to be ....they offer some stuff thats just not availible anywhere else and at good prices

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Next time I need parts I'll check them out. I've been using bike bandit. There might be a reason they're named that.

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Isn't sabercycle the one that was discussed on another thread as to the place to stay away from for head gaskets? Are they okay for other stuff? Good tip on e-bay, using the Honda part number, never thought of that.

Sabercycle has a bad rep for customer service on Ebay. If you try to pay with PayPal or even make a request for why, the owner will go ballistic and tell you to just read the terms and conditions! The unusual part is most Ebay sellers want the security of PayPal and many users have come to expect that using PayPal is expected on Ebay.

The other issue is head gaskets or critical gaskets, seals and timing belts. They have been getting them from China and China has been using inferior materials compared to OEM. Of course, that is why the Sabercycle stuff is so much cheaper (and she does make that point if you ask!) They do have some items of use and items no longer readily avaialable elsewhere...you just do not want to take chances with gaskets, seals and belts.

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