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10-22-2009 09:26 PM
Originally Posted by BIGIRON View Post

This guy usually has KLR stuff and is good to deal with.
Good site Big.
10-22-2009 09:14 PM
BIGIRON http://www.steelescycle.com/

This guy usually has KLR stuff and is good to deal with.
10-22-2009 07:33 PM
tomatocity too bad you don't have an '08

10-22-2009 07:06 PM
tomatocity 2003 Body parts will be difficult to find since thi is one of the most sought after paint schemes.

Look for a blown up KLR with good everything else.

KLRCountry is a good seller on eBay. He has parts that were removed when knew and replaced with military required parts.
10-21-2009 07:33 AM
greenerob I think we all want to see some pics of what you got for $200!

Plus it would be great to have a before and after.
10-19-2009 12:06 AM
Originally Posted by LarDog View Post
60 miles from Oregon
Kewl, I am 18 miles North of CA.
Body parts, don't have any what else are you looking for?
10-15-2009 10:10 AM
BIGIRON BikeBandit also has good schematics for the KLR. You'll have to link several times as to make, model, etc but they are very helpful.

I've found that BB's prices are a little below dealers (the one here, anyway) but by the time you figure shipping, it might be cheaper to buy a less expensive part from the local guy.

Use your imagination and make yourself a unique rat bike.
10-15-2009 07:35 AM
SLO-KLR Take a look at www.bikebandit.com for OEM parts. Check prices there before buying on ebay. Sometimes used parts go for rediculous prices on ebay.
10-14-2009 11:41 PM
Paulo888 Craigslist
10-14-2009 06:41 PM
Lockjaw Wow, you're up there. Good riding I bet.

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