New Vendor Experience - Babbitt's Honda Partshouse


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New Vendor Experience - Babbitt's Honda Partshouse

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I came across this vendor in an unusual way.....

I was rear-ended on my 1991 GL1500SE. I called my insurance carrier, Progressive, and they provided me a repair estimate with parts pricing from this vendor. Some of the parts I needed were painted body parts, in addition to some other chrome trims. I placed an on-line order with them, and I received my parts very quickly. In addition, their prices (before shipping), were about 20% lower than Cyclemax, another vendor that I consider to be top notch.

In my opinion, they may be worth looking at when you have an OEM parts issue. Their website is http://www.babbittsonline.com.

I added them to the vendor database so other people can comment on their experiences with them.


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I have had good experience with them as well. They are a Honda dealer.
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I ordered the rear pocket door, left side-the one everyone needs-from them, for my 1500. Right about $20. I couldn't find a used one for that!
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I just ordered a couple of items: a fuel filter and a coolant temperature sensor - prices were pretty decent, and it took about a week to receive the order.
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$12 for the battery strap, not bad. Been needing that (for a while) and might look at a few other parts.


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