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    Everett Powersports in Everett, WA has supplied me with several quality OEM Suzuki parts at more-than-fair prices and quick top notch delivery. I discovered them via eBay, but they seem to have their own on line store at www.everettpowersports.com (which I haven't yet tried).

    Check 'em out on your next parts search!!
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    '78 GS750E (currently undergoing TLC).

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    Just took a look at their site. Rather difficult to use, apparently you have to submit a request for any part, and there is no pricing available. Hard to do any comparison shopping with some of our usual sources.

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    You're right, Steve. Gave a go at their website and although it's pretty slick they don't provide stock status, pricing or microfische services. Their ebay presence is at least positive, and at this day & age what better way is there to comparison shop?? The website might lean more towards vehicle sales/inventory than the parts counter. Oh well...

    Egg on face; No matter: I have MY parts & wallet still alive.
    '78 GS750E (currently undergoing TLC).

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    Quote Originally Posted by 748cc View Post
    You're right, Steve. Gave a go at their website and although it's pretty slick they don't provide stock status, pricing or microfische services. Their ebay presence is at least positive, and at this day & age what better way is there to comparison shop?? The website might lean more towards vehicle sales/inventory than the parts counter. Oh well...

    Egg on face; No matter: I have MY parts & wallet still alive.
    You're not the first to recommend Everett PS. I've dealt with them once before, a long time ago, but I believe it was through their EBay store. The lack of the basic parts and pricing information on the website is a bit of deal-breaker for me, especially if I was getting ready for a huge order. However, for those of us in the PNW, its always nice to have a reminder there are other, more "local" options.
    '83 GS650G
    '83 GS550es (didn't like the colours in the 80's, but they've grown on me)

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    I have used them and recommend them here in the past. They ship fast and have been the go to peeps for a lot of my restoration needs. Just bought some Emgo shocks from them for my82 GS650G restoration project.
    Last edited by Mr.humbucker; 01-16-2019 at 12:41 AM.
    GS550T 1981
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    GS650G 1982 Under Restoration 😳🏍👍

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