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TOPIC: Rubber grommets

Rubber grommets 10 Oct 2018 13:23 #1

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I need some rubber parts for my AT3. Can anyone help?
248 24173 00 00 tank band
90480 14023 00 grommet × 10
93210 12014 00 o ring battery box. Not sure i understand what this one does though...
308 24612 00 00 gasket for the filler cap
214 26242 00 00 handlebar grip right
214 26241 00 00 handlebar grip left

I'm in the UK and suspect parts might be in the US but if shipping is expensive, I will be visiting my son in NJ early in November and I could collect from there.

Thanks
Paul

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Rubber grommets 10 Oct 2018 14:43 #2

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Good evening Paul.

I'm in the UK also and am currently doing up an RT2, DT360 Suzuki GT550 and have just picked up an RD350.

At least some of the parts may well still be available from Yamaha, so try your local dealer. I have also used CMSNL in Holland and Yambits in the UK.

The rest I have sourced via ebay and, as you say, most are in the USA and the postage (and sometimes VAT) is a killer. Getting them sent to your son is probably a good idea and you can pick them up in a month's time.

If you are not worried about using original Yamaha parts, then Yuniworld in the UK do reproduction grips (amongst other things).

Good luck with the resto!
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Rubber grommets 11 Oct 2018 03:16 #3

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Good advice. Thanks.

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Rubber grommets 11 Oct 2018 11:09 #4

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Hi, if you are from the UK you can also try out Kedo from Germany. They are specialiest on XT models. But a lot of this rubbers are the same.
For example front fender grommet with spacer part# 40606 is only 0,99€ there.
Homepage is kedo.de
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Rubber grommets 12 Oct 2018 14:21 #5

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There is a place called claussstudios.com that makes repro rubber parts for vintage bikes including Yamaha. Look pretty nice. I am going to order an intake boot for my AT3. They might be of help. Located in US.
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Rubber grommets 13 Oct 2018 14:06 #6

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I found most of my rubber grommets, clips, special machine screws and such at partzilla.com. You could start putting things in a shopping cart on that site and then about a week before you head across the pond place your order to be delivered to your son. Actually you could do the same with eBay stuff. They have a shopping cart feature as well. Just a thought...

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Rubber grommets 13 Oct 2018 18:46 #7

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Motodad24 on ebay.
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Rubber grommets 15 Oct 2018 00:29 #8

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Chajoma wrote: I need some rubber parts for my AT3. Can anyone help?
248 24173 00 00 tank band
90480 14023 00 grommet × 10
93210 12014 00 o ring battery box. Not sure i understand what this one does though...
308 24612 00 00 gasket for the filler cap
214 26242 00 00 handlebar grip right
214 26241 00 00 handlebar grip left

I'm in the UK and suspect parts might be in the US but if shipping is expensive, I will be visiting my son in NJ early in November and I could collect from there.

Thanks
Paul


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Hello Paul, and welcome to the forum

Among other things, I'm a vintage Yamaha parts dealer, and just so happens that I have everything on your want list.
However . . . you should know, that a couple of those are highly sought after obsolete parts, and command pretty high prices when (if ever) found!

If this is just a bike you're fixing up to ride, you'll find that reproduction and/or substitute parts are a way better value . . .
but if you're building a concourse quality show bike, then perhaps spending more for the rare original Yamaha NOS parts, would make more sense.

If you're still interested, you can certainly message me for prices.

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Rubber grommets 15 Oct 2018 12:12 #9

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jet100 wrote: There is a place called claussstudios.com that makes repro rubber parts for vintage bikes including Yamaha. Look pretty nice. I am going to order an intake boot for my AT3. They might be of help. Located in US.


Also ,sometimes you have to bite the bullet to get stuff that fits correctly. Claussstudios sell good gear.
Dave Kolbo from this site sells excellent products. Motordad from ebay does.So as far as motordad along with Marble motors from the USA,go to ebay .com find their respective sites and get a quote for combined postage.
It's rakes of cash cheaper. I've done it and saved heaps.:cheer:
You can count on Enduronut too,along with DEET .Great folk to deal with.

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Rubber grommets 15 Oct 2018 14:45 #10

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I think it's motodad24, without the "r". Just checked...

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