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What??
Yamaha replacement rear shocks are nearly $1,200 dollars??
I buy whole motorcycles for less than that.
I guess I am out of the loop on the value of parts for new bikes.
 

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What??
Yamaha replacement rear shocks are nearly $1,200 dollars??
I buy whole motorcycles for less than that.
I guess I am out of the loop on the value of parts for new bikes.
It's not only insane what they charge for "so-so" shocks, but the right one is a mirror image of the left and costs $49 more.
Weird.
I circled OEM prices.
This online dealership has things a little less expensive, though still way high.The highest price for a set of twin Hagons is $813.
 

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It's not only insane what they charge for "so-so" shocks, but the right one is a mirror image of the left and costs $49 more.
Weird.
I circled OEM prices.
This online dealership has things a little less expensive, though still way high.The highest price for a set of twin Hagons is $813.
And the Hagons are good.....they actually move, for one!!
Ben
 
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What??
Yamaha replacement rear shocks are nearly $1,200 dollars??
I buy whole motorcycles for less than that.
I guess I am out of the loop on the value of parts for new bikes.
I just looked and an OEM upper belt guard for a SCR950 is $16.99 MSRP.
That's pretty darn cheap.
The chain guard for my former FZ-09 is just $14.99.
An aluminum accessory guard is $99 more, though. :grin2:
For grins, I looked up the equiv. chain guard for my Honda NC750X.
It's plastic, $90.56 and flimsy as heck.

Geez.
 
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