Information and questions on GL1000 Goldwings (1975-1979)
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Post by dover02 » Mon Nov 08, 2010 8:44 am

Folks this is my first post but i needed some carb parts for a 1976 gl 1000 and also a 1982 and a 1984 gl 1100 that i traded an old polaris four wheeler that i had so i started looking on line and found a place around the kansas city mo. erea called the have just a bout any part you will need from dress up parts to rebuild kits for almost anything the carb kits i needed were just $10.oo each and the clutch kit was $42.oo from what i had seen every where else was way higher. The delivery was very quick and the right parts for a first. I guess what i am saying is parts arent cheep but this place was compared to the majority of all the other sites i visited for parts and the service was realy fast so if u want to save some money and u didn,t no about this place then now u do o yes hey to all members from dover02 in mo.

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Post by dingdong » Mon Nov 08, 2010 9:11 am

Oh no! Anyone have the current link to saber cycle sucks?

Edit: Welcome to the forum. You have some reading to do. We are all aware, or should I say beware, of saber cycle.

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Post by WingAdmin » Mon Nov 08, 2010 10:46 am

Saber Cycle is infamous as one of the worst motorcycle parts vendors on the Internet. The reason they're cheap is because they sell cheap Chinese knock-off parts that have a reputation for failing quickly. Their customer support is so unbelievably bad (they employ someone whose job it seems is to write flaming insult emails to their customers) that I can't believe they ever get repeat customers.

Have a good, long read through this thread.

Then, check out the comments left about them here: Vendor Database: Saber Cycle

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Post by Dulok » Thu Apr 14, 2011 5:49 am

WOW!!! Thanks WingAdm, I wished that I would of read this before I bought a speeometer cable from them, which does NOT work and have since replaced. I wont be ordering from them again!

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