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Ah.. but the parts diagrams come from the factory via the importers. The questions go to the dealers...
You know what he's saying!! I should be able to see what a new radiator is worth without having to spend 5 minutes of someone's time to look it up and let me know.

Potentially it'll either bring or scare off new customers as well. Many threads have the old beta vs ktm parts prices as a selling point.. while we currently don't have access to that info with gg.
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You know what he's saying!! I should be able to see what a new radiator is worth without having to spend 5 minutes of someone's time to look it up and let me know.

Potentially it'll either bring or scare off new customers as well. Many threads have the old beta vs ktm parts prices as a selling point.. while we currently don't have access to that info with gg.
I'm agreeing with you guys. Really, I am..

As a dealer, there's nothing I would like more than being able to offer customers the ability to do this. Better for them, better for us.

It's been raised several times, and we're being assured that it's being worked on. In the meantime.. I'd be happy to help

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You know what he's saying!! I should be able to see what a new radiator is worth without having to spend 5 minutes of someone's time to look it up and let me know.

Potentially it'll either bring or scare off new customers as well. Many threads have the old beta vs ktm parts prices as a selling point.. while we currently don't have access to that info with gg.
Radiators $110 pair on Ebay...no matter whether its a Gas Gas or KTM..
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It's been raised several times, and we're being assured that it's being worked on. In the meantime.. I'd be happy to help
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Regarding parts availability, where does everyone source their after market parts? For example, coming of a Beta, Boano in Italy was good for parts etc. What is the Gas Gas equivalent? After a set of Polisport plastics as the GP plastics I've found to break quite easily.
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Regarding parts availability, where does everyone source their after market parts? For example, coming of a Beta, Boano in Italy was good for parts etc. What is the Gas Gas equivalent? After a set of Polisport plastics as the GP plastics I've found to break quite easily.
Plastics are due mid October. They were damaged in the factory fire.

Not sure about the GP ones, though. I only ordered the SixDays.

Polisport won't send direct, and their importer (Link International) cant get stock from them. Looks like factory only for now..

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Regarding parts availability, where does everyone source their after market parts? For example, coming of a Beta, Boano in Italy was good for parts etc. What is the Gas Gas equivalent? After a set of Polisport plastics as the GP plastics I've found to break quite easily.
I'm all for buying local but until the importers get their s#*t together there are a couple of spanish sites that sell gasgas parts, motocrosscenter.com and greenlandmx.com. Postage takes about a week.

It doesn't seem that they have complete plastic kits for the GP but they have EC front fenders in red or white.

https://www.greenlandmx.com/en/p/oem...018-red/143227

Plus full plastic kits for the EC

https://www.greenlandmx.com/en/p/mot...ro-2018/142968

And the Six Days

https://www.greenlandmx.com/en/p/mot...s-2018-/142981
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This thread is worrying me ! I don't mind ordering say a top end rebuild kit ect well in advance. But it sounds like the current parts availability when the bike has some hours on it , its sooner or later going to cost a ride. Looking at jumping from KTM but with the online parts finder and Bolton's stocking everything, think I might just wait till gas gas aus improve.
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This thread is worrying me ! I don't mind ordering say a top end rebuild kit ect well in advance. But it sounds like the current parts availability when the bike has some hours on it , its sooner or later going to cost a ride. Looking at jumping from KTM but with the online parts finder and Bolton's stocking everything think I might just wait till gas gas aus improve.
Fair enough, though in the years I've been riding I can only think of a couple of occasions where parts availability has cost me a ride - and I ride just about every weekend, all year.

I've got KTMs in the shop waiting for parts, too. And Hondas, Suzukis, Yamahas.. I'm not losing any sleep over parts availability on Gassers
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