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I sell used parts on ebay but can make some better deals off of ebay. I only ship within the USA and can send an invoice via paypal. I'm attaching a link to my ebay store, if you see something you need just shoot me an email or message me on here. We have new inventory every week! 

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https://www.ebay.com/str/1080powersportspartsllc

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He also does vapor honing.  Something I might have to try out. 

 

How big of a carb can you handle?  ATV only or would a Ford MC2100 fit?

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I'll vouch for the competitive pricing on his eBay store.

 

Spent a few minutes looking over the store and the prices across the board are reasonable.

You have some real gems in there so I wouldn't be surprised if you see your item sell and get relisted by another seller a few times as you go on.

 

Just one example of the pricing that stuck out to me is a throttle assembly for one of the bikes that has a 2x4/2x4 switch in the handlebars...

 

I recently had a customer pay more for one that was in only alright condition. $10 and free shipping from 1080Powersports...

You can't buy an OEM throttle assembly for 10 bucks let alone with a known good switch in it.

 

Having access to reasonably priced parts might be the only reason that old bike lives again.

Thank you for doing what you do!

 

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Welcome to the forum!

I just had a look at your store- great selection and super prices!

I am always needing honda parts, so I will be talking with you soon for sure

 

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@1080PowersportsPartsLLC

 

1994 Honda Sportrax 300 Trx300ex 2x4 Air Intake Boot 16211-hc0-003

 

I see you have one for sale on your site... can you shoot me a price with shipping to postal code T7X 2V8?

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I have never shipped to Canada so if the price seems high let me know what other carriers you use. I did a quote with USPS and it is $21 for the shipping alone. I can do $9 on the boot, so a total of $30. 

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I have no issue with that price at all. I just want to confirm first that it will in fact bolt onto my 300fwd head. 2 1/2" centre to centre bolt hole to bolt hole... 

 

As soon as I get confirmation it works, I'm game & will PM you & I'll pay up!

 

Thank you for offering to ship to Canada! I appreciate it.

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Mine is a 95 300fwd, But run a 300ex carb. I have picked up another 300fwd boot. IF you could confirm the 2.5" centre to centre on the 300ex boot be PERFECT!!

 

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@1080PowersportsPartsLLC Thank you for joining & making exceptions to ship to Canada!!!! Greatly appreciated...

 

 

Thanks to all the members who helped me out on this venture! 

 

We all rock on this site!!!!

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I think the cost of shipping things here, and dutys make stuff here more expensive,  plus we don't have the population to order in bulk....

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22 minutes ago, 1080PowersportsPartsLLC said:

IS it that difficult to get parts in Canada or just expensive? 

 

 

we can get parts, but so many more in the US... easier to source sometimes.. & glad to help a fellow member out!

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I had a friend in Quebec this summer need a part for his auto and the only place he could find it was a US web site, but they wouldn't ship to Canada.   We arranged to ship to me, then I shipped to him from my house.  Heck of a round a bout way to get it but it did work.  I will say it almost took 2 weeks to get from me to him....

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1 minute ago, bcsman said:

I had a friend in Quebec this summer need a part for his auto and the only place he could find it was a US web site, but they wouldn't ship to Canada.   We arranged to ship to me, then I shipped to him from my house.  Heck of a round a bout way to get it but it did work.  I will say it almost took 2 weeks to get from me to him....

 

 

I've contemplated doing that before. Shipping to someone in states, then to me..

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16 minutes ago, Wheeler said:

 

 

I've contemplated doing that before. Shipping to someone in states, then to me..

 

cool! there's more then one way to skin a cat.... 

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shipping out of the states is not hard ?, just a ton of paper work !. i sent a clutch bearing to trxpip over across the pond, by reg snail mail, and he got it pretty quick !. canada might be different ?, i know they have import duties and all that. its best to ship a package right next to the border in the states to a close friend, let them toss it '' over ''..lol to them, yes..i know..its sneaky..rofl.

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