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Hi Jake,
I would like to know how much it will cost to get some suspension parts. I need 3 pieces of part number 92002A BOLT,SUSPENSION ARM, 2 pieces of 92002 BOLT,SUSPENSION ARM, 1 piece of 92046 BEARING-NEEDLE,BM202726 and five pieces of 92046A BEARING-NEEDLE,BM202715. How are packages shipped? Thanks for reading, see you next summer.
BTW, these parts are for a 2004 Concours.
 

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Looks like winter maintenance is starting??? :)
Yeah, it's about time for another strip search and repair mission. I've got this coming week looking good for riding, but after that it will probably start getting icy in the mornings. I noticed wear and tear last year, and when the bike is on the center stand I can pull the wheel up about a quarter inch due to the slop in the linkage. I debated modifying the existing bolts with a hard steel sleeve, but this time I'm opting for new parts. I'll keep the old ones just in case I find the first idea is worth pursuing, and if it is I'll turn the screws down and make sleeves from heat-treated drill rod. I doubt it will need that before I get to 100,000 on the odometer, so I should have a few years to plan things.:smile:
 

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Hi Charlie,

Here are the prices requested,

92002-1710
Bolt, Suspension Arm - $23.66 ea x3 = $70.98
92002-1709
Bolt, Suspension Arm - $26.49 ea x2 = $52.98
92046-1110
Bearing-Needle, BM202726 - $14.24
92046-1112
Bearing-Needle, BM202715 - $13.90 ea x5 = $69.50

Retail total - $207.70
Discount - ($31.15)
Parts total - $176.55

We can ship them UPS or USPS whichever you prefer. Let me know if you have any questions or would like to order. Thanks
 

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Yeah, it's about time for another strip search and repair mission. I've got this coming week looking good for riding, but after that it will probably start getting icy in the mornings. I noticed wear and tear last year, and when the bike is on the center stand I can pull the wheel up about a quarter inch due to the slop in the linkage. I debated modifying the existing bolts with a hard steel sleeve, but this time I'm opting for new parts. I'll keep the old ones just in case I find the first idea is worth pursuing, and if it is I'll turn the screws down and make sleeves from heat-treated drill rod. I doubt it will need that before I get to 100,000 on the odometer, so I should have a few years to plan things.:smile:
I'm still hoping to get the meanstreak rear tire milled for the brake rotor before I have to replace my rear tire on the Connie. That's my winter project, but fixes to the Superhawk to get it ready for the next track day seem to be taking priority right now. :)
 

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Hi Charlie,

Here are the prices requested,

92002-1710
Bolt, Suspension Arm - $23.66 ea x3 = $70.98
92002-1709
Bolt, Suspension Arm - $26.49 ea x2 = $52.98
92046-1110
Bearing-Needle, BM202726 - $14.24
92046-1112
Bearing-Needle, BM202715 - $13.90 ea x5 = $69.50

Retail total - $207.70
Discount - ($31.15)
Parts total - $176.55

We can ship them UPS or USPS whichever you prefer. Let me know if you have any questions or would like to order. Thanks
Hi Jake,
I would like to order up the parts. How and when do I pay?
 

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I'm still hoping to get the meanstreak rear tire milled for the brake rotor before I have to replace my rear tire on the Connie. That's my winter project, but fixes to the Superhawk to get it ready for the next track day seem to be taking priority right now. :)
Got a shop that will do it for you? If not, decide if it's worth it to ship it across country twice and I might be able to hook you up.
 

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Charlie,

You can send me your info via private message, email, or give us a call at 1-800-556-3098. Thanks

[email protected]
I think I saw somewhere you guys take Paypal. Is that true, and do they charge less than your credit card service? Maybe I should just mail a check and skip all the fees? What works best for the BTK crowd?
 

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I'm going to find a local shop to do it. Just haven't looked into it due to the other priorities going on these days.
With manufacturing teetering on the brink, you shouldn't have any trouble finding a shop with time to do it.
 
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