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How To Buy A Used Motorcycle Parts Engine
I will be covering the where to buy, how to get a good deal and what you need to do before purchasing a used motorcycle engine. You need to follow some simple steps to ensure you are getting what you need and avoid having expensive shipping returns on a used motor. Believe me this happens everyday with used motors. They get shipped back and forth a few times before they are used or scrapped. http://www.idealhere.com
I need a motor, so what do I do? Well the first thing is your homework. You need to contact the dealer of your particular bike and find what years and types of motors are an easy swap for your bike. This is an essential step because it can give you more engine options and can help you keep the cost down. Now you have the short list of motors that will fit. So lets go shopping!
Start with craigslist locally enter in the search bar all different types of variations of your bike and motor and see what results you get. Call and email a few ads give this a couple days because slow responding sellers usually are the best deal. People that respond right away do this more often and usually have a little higher pricing. No luck on Craigslist ok let's move on. We shall hit the old google gods but you have to do this a special way to get any decent results. Go to google and put in the motor you are looking for but now right below the search box is a little tab that says show options. Open that little tab up and put posts within the last two weeks or a month because two year old listings are not going to still be available. Last but not least is the eBay monster it usually has the biggest selection of all. Now what you need to do before making an offer on a used motor. You need to know what is has and what you need for example carbs, exhaust, headers, harness. If you do not need it do not buy it and knock something off the price of the deal. If it is not local get photos to ensure it is the right motor get
some identifying information from the motor. Now let's talk mileage, I sell motors everyday and people are so wrapped up in the mileage thing. Guess what folks mileage is crap. People that have used motors for sale should not even be allowed to post the mileage of the motor they are selling. First off how do you even come close to knowing the mileage of a used motorcycle motor. Second people change gauge clusters everyday and third they swap motors like underwear. So don't worry so much about mileage as much as condition and sound. http://www.idealhere.com/wholesale-Motoring_c1
Now let's make an offer and please do your research so you get a good deal on the motor. Always look at completed listings on eBay and see what the motor has sold for in the past. Look at active listings and see what people are asking for motors now. When you use eBay make sure do not just hit buy it now, email the seller an offer first he might just take it. Good luck on your motor hunt.
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