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I have been all over the net looking for a parts source for the '95 Ducs
I understand Bike Bandit used to be the place to find a good OEM selection.
Are there any similar Suppliers;:think: Or do you just throw these things out when they need parts?:abduct:
 

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Dealers aren't going back that far in their online search engines.
Are you refering to the Mid '90s bikes?
I'll give them a call tommorrow...
 

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Parts...

Try Mike at Gothamcycles in Bradenton, FL. for parts.

For Gel Batteries... try E-Bay! :D
 

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Buy a parts manual for the bike. Search for the parts on any online Ducati store - I use Commonwealth.

What parts are you looking for? maintenance stuff is easy, bodywork (if you want OEM) is harder.
 

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my starter relay is sticking. It kept the starter engaged and took out the battery.
I guess I'm looking for an OEM relay, if I diagnosed this correctly...Dave
 

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california cycleworks sells a yamaha starter relay which will work for 42 bucks..look in the electrical parts section of their site....
 
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