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Post Wed Nov 11, 2015 9:21 pm

Posts: 1588
Post some of your resources for vintage stuff. No Dogs please just good suppliers.

Electrical Connectors,
http://vintageconnections.com/
cycleterminal.com

Ignitions
http://www.rexs-speedshop.com

Motoplat & Femsa Ignition Rebuilds – Vance Smith, (352) 209-4106.
http://motoplatrepair.tripod.com/index.html

Penton Imports – Replacement Ignitions.
Need a new ignition for that vintage bike, give Jerry a call. They sell both PVL and Powerdynamo (MZB) ignitions. (440) 989-4474
http://www.pentonracingproducts.com/


Tires


Vee Rubber
http://www.veerubber.com
Brian DeVries from LDA Racing in Charlton, Ma (508)248-9784 is a great guy and at just about every one of our events. He is your go to guy for Vee Rubber tires http://www.veerubber.com



Suspension Work


Race Tech http://motoworxmx.com/

http://evolutionsuspensionproducts.com/forsale.html
Fox shock rebuild and parts kits



Motor Work, Boring, Honing, Porting

http://www.kenoconnorracing.com/
Did a bore and piston for my IT200, came out great. Took about two weeks.


[u]Pipe Repair, Welding, Painting Sandblasting
[/u]


Matts Welding in Westfield does an awesome job in Pipe repair and welding. Reduced Rate for any Netra Member.
413 244-3374

http://fusiononeusamobile.homestead.com/index.html
Pipe Repair

Leommicroweld, Leomenster Micro Weld, precision welding.



Pipes
Dynoport
DG

Powder Coating and Sandblasting

http://www.acepowdercoatingri.com/
Sand blasting and powder coating, central Rhode Island

http://www.noreasterblastworx.com/ Vapour Blasting

Travis Heath in Danielson CT (860) 617-7119

Plastics, Bodywork, Decals, Seat Covers other Bling
http://www.vintageroost.com
Decals and bling

https://www.dcvmx.com/xcart/home.php

k-raegraphics.com Local, has specific vintage bike templates

mastercross.net, euro bling

Hi-Flight-usa.com, still making seat covers


Carbs and Fuel


Sudco for carbs
Clark Tanks, reproduction tanks

Bing International – Bing Carb Parts. I have a love / hate relationship with this supplier, if you need Bing parts give them a call and talk with Charlie, they have it all. But they are pricey (620) 767-7844
http://www.bingcarburetor.com/


Hardware

MMS Supply – Stainless Steel Hardware.
http://mmsacc-stainless.com/ (800) 441-9451

Wheels

Buchanan's Wheel & Spoke –
Another great supplier. Fantastic rims for your vintage project, Sun, Excel, Akront and D.I.D. They will also make up spokes for your project, just send them sample (inner and outer) Got questions, call Stacey, she knows her ****! (626) 969-4655
http://www.buchananspokes.com/

Sprockets
pbisprockets.com

Fork Seals - Pyramid Products I have been using these folks for years, great products that last, cheaper than OEM and they also sell them by size for hard to find items. If you know the ID, OD and thickness of any seal they probably have it. Only downside is shipping generally takes about 8-10 days because most inventory comes out of New Zealand. Still worth it though the majority of their seals are $12.50 a pair.
http://www.pyramid-parts.com/


KTM Parts
Enduroklassiker.at

Husky Parts
husqvarna-parts.com
hva-factory.com
bikebuzzard on ebay
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Post Wed Nov 11, 2015 10:17 pm

Posts: 1284
Location: Amherst, NH
Fusion pipe repair has done well for me

http://fusiononeusamobile.homestead.com/index.html
Steve

MVTR

Post Thu Nov 12, 2015 6:48 am

Posts: 127
Location: Winners never cheat!
They are in Alberta Canada.
I ordered tank decals for the taco and had them in 5 days.

http://www.vintageroost.com

Post Thu Nov 12, 2015 7:38 am

Posts: 728
I know a Guy......Matts Welding in Westfield does an awesome job in Pipe repair and welding. Reduced Rate for any Netra Member.
413 244-3374
Dave

Post Thu Nov 12, 2015 8:55 am

Posts: 1396
Dont forget to support the guys that support us as well!

Brian DeVries from LDA Racing in Charlton, Ma (508)248-9784 is a great guy and at just about every one of our events. He is your go to guy for Vee Rubber tires http://www.veerubber.com

Rob Larareo and Brian Russo from Motoworx in Hatfield, Ma (413)247-9433. Great guys that know suspension and engines and are a Race Tech center as well. Wether you need a shock rebuild, full revalve on modern or vintage, Race Tech products or engine work give these great guys a shot. http://motoworxmx.com/ https://www.facebook.com/motoworxmx/

Post Thu Nov 12, 2015 8:58 am

Posts: 115
Location: Foster, RI
Here are few suppliers I use on a regular basis. All have great stuff or do awesome work.

Motoplat & Femsa Ignition Rebuilds – Vance Smith, can’t say enough good things about the work Vance does. Over the years he has done many ignitions for me and I have not had one fail yet (352) 209-4106. One word of warning, Vance is generally out of the shop from early October until February (he likes fishing) so plan accordingly
http://motoplatrepair.tripod.com/index.html

Vintage Connections - Brass bullet connector kits. Del has been around a while and you just won’t find better electrical connector kits for your restorations.
http://vintageconnections.com/

Bing International – Bing Carb Parts. I have a love / hate relationship with this supplier, if you need Bing parts give them a call and talk with Charlie, they have it all. But they are pricey (620) 767-7844
http://www.bingcarburetor.com/

MMS Supply – Stainless Steel Hardware. One of my favorite suppliers, If you want your project to shine, stainless hardware adds a lot of “bling” and John and Nancy have the best stuff at the lowest prices anywhere. Doesn’t matter if you need one screw or a 1000. These folks are great to deal with!
http://mmsacc-stainless.com/ (800) 441-9451

Buchanan's Wheel & Spoke – Another great supplier. Fantastic rims for your vintage project, Sun, Excel, Akront and D.I.D. They will also make up spokes for your project, just send them sample (inner and outer) Got questions, call Stacey, she knows her ****! (626) 969-4655
http://www.buchananspokes.com/

Powder Coating – Travis Heath in Danielson CT is the best! Great work and great prices, best thing is he knows bikes so when you get you frame back you will only have paint where it belongs. Super nice guy too with fast turnaround for your project. (860) 617-7119

Fork Seals - Pyramid Products I have been using these folks for years, great products that last, cheaper than OEM and they also sell them by size for hard to find items. If you know the ID, OD and thickness of any seal they probably have it. Only downside is shipping generally takes about 8-10 days because most inventory comes out of New Zealand. Still worth it though the majority of their seals are $12.50 a pair.
http://www.pyramid-parts.com/

Penton Imports – Replacement Ignitions. Need a new ignition for that vintage bike, give Jerry a call. They sell both PVL and Powerdynamo (MZB) ignitions. (440) 989-4474
http://www.pentonracingproducts.com/

One more and this is not intended to be an ad, if you need welding (repairs or modifications) on your vintage frame, including chrome-moly frames give me a shout pretty much any weekend and I can generally take care of it while you wait.

Thanks,

Kevin

Post Thu Nov 12, 2015 11:48 am

Posts: 663
I just used these guys for vapor blasting aluminum parts. Deep finned head and cylinder, triple tree, fork tubes, carb and swingarm link for $125. http://www.noreasterblastworx.com/

I also need to plug Bill at C-Cycle 860-267-1710 - did excellent work rebuilding vintage suspension components, can get custom wound springs in your color for a very reasonable price.
Ride On.

Post Fri Nov 13, 2015 6:03 pm

Posts: 338
Location: Ellington, CT
If you can't find it anywhere and it's Japanese, especially Honda, this place is your best bet. It ain't cheap but they may have that odd ball part you need. They also have great parts fiches with correct part numbers. They are located in The Netherlands and are one of the most professional sites out there.

http://www.cmsnl.com/

Post Fri Nov 13, 2015 9:24 pm

Posts: 1588
Great stuff guys! We need to save this information somewhere on the site please.
Mike Di

Post Mon Nov 16, 2015 5:00 pm

Posts: 663
Reproduction rubber parts:

http://claussstudios.com/

They will also make a part if you can supply a semi-decent original.
Ride On.

Post Mon Nov 16, 2015 6:22 pm

Posts: 1208
Two great YAMAHA NOS parts dealers
http://www.nwvcp.com/

http://speedandsportinc.com/

Great vintage Honda and Yamaha NOS parts dealer
http://www.westernhillshondayamaha.com/index.htm

Good Honda CR replacement plastic and other bits
http://www.vmxracing.com/hondacrpage.htm
Tom A.
SRCR President
Vintage Series Racer
1977 MX3, 1977 RM 175, 1980 CR250R, 1981 PE250, 1988 Cagiva WMX, 90 CRM250, 98 YZ250

Post Tue Nov 17, 2015 11:44 am

Posts: 757
Al Buehner is a great source for Penton stuff and anything with a Sachs engine as well as Mugura/Bing/VDO parts

http://www.pentonpartsusa.com/
I wanted a rich uncle, but I got an Uncle Rich.

Post Sat Nov 21, 2015 11:10 am

Posts: 338
Location: Ellington, CT
This is a great site for just about anything you need for cables.

http://www.venhillusa.com/products/cabl ... parts.html

Post Thu Nov 26, 2015 8:03 am

Posts: 1588
Just dreamin' of alloy tanks, and swing arms, and really trick pipes


http://www.klpracing.com/

http://www.geoffmorrisconcepts.com/

Post Thu Nov 26, 2015 9:34 am

Posts: 288
Used this one quite a bit when rebuilding my sons 75 MR50..... The have just about every nut and bolt for them.....
http://re-mx.com/

Post Sat Dec 05, 2015 8:35 am

Posts: 115
Location: Foster, RI
Mike,

Thanks for bumping this up to the top again. It would be nice if the Admin could make it a sticky post that stays on top.

One more supplier to add to the list. http://www.strictlyhodaka.com/ While the site may be called Strictly Hodaka, they have everything Preston Petty! Paul is a great guy to deal with too.

Thanks,

Kevin

Post Sun Jan 17, 2016 6:59 pm

Posts: 46
Location: old lyme ct
Just used Ken Oconnor for rebuilding a Maico crank and bore job.. Very good precise work and a nice guy...Very reasonable rates.....
:beer

Post Thu Jan 21, 2016 5:00 pm

Posts: 663
maico172 wrote:
Just used Ken Oconnor for rebuilding a Maico crank and bore job.. Very good precise work and a nice guy...Very reasonable rates.....
:beer


I had a similar experience with Ken.
Ride On.

Post Mon Jan 25, 2016 1:58 pm

Posts: 923
Does anyone have a good spray can color match for Ohlins 'yellow' springs?

Post Sun Mar 06, 2016 5:22 pm

Posts: 383
Came across this place while looking for parts for my POS Husky. Looks like they have quite a selection. http://amsracing.com/

Post Fri Mar 25, 2016 8:56 pm

Posts: 879
Replacement Seat Covers:
- RYDER68 has been the best I've seen so-far, for stitched seats like Yamaha DT's.
(edit) I spoke to Trent, the seller and told him about NETRA. He said he would give a bulk discount if any group of guys from on here wanted to purchase seat covers.
http://www.ebay.com/usr/ryder68?_trksid=p2053788.m1543.l2754

-jrocksqueen2006 is top notch for 80's with screened letters etc...
http://www.ebay.com/usr/jrocksqueen2006?_trksid=p2053788.m1543.l2754
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Valves are STILL for toilets!

Post Sat Mar 26, 2016 10:46 am

Posts: 1505
KJDonovan wrote:


Powder Coating – Travis Heath in Danielson CT is the best! Great work and great prices, best thing is he knows bikes so when you get you frame back you will only have paint where it belongs. Super nice guy too with fast turnaround for your project. (860) 617-7119



Does this guy have an actual business or is it a side job thing?
I got some work to be done...

Post Sat Mar 26, 2016 11:10 am

Posts: 46
Location: old lyme ct
JackPiner wrote:
KJDonovan wrote:


Powder Coating – Travis Heath in Danielson CT is the best! Great work and great prices, best thing is he knows bikes so when you get you frame back you will only have paint where it belongs. Super nice guy too with fast turnaround for your project. (860) 617-7119



Does this guy have an actual business or is it a side job thing?
I got some work to be done...

I`ve used him for a couple of Maico frames to be stripped and powder coated...Nice work, and had them done when promised

Post Sat Mar 26, 2016 4:22 pm

Posts: 115
Location: Foster, RI
JackPiner wrote:
KJDonovan wrote:


Powder Coating – Travis Heath in Danielson CT is the best! Great work and great prices, best thing is he knows bikes so when you get you frame back you will only have paint where it belongs. Super nice guy too with fast turnaround for your project. (860) 617-7119



Does this guy have an actual business or is it a side job thing?
I got some work to be done...



Yes it is his full time business. He has done several frames for me, all perfect!

Thanks,

Kevin

Post Sun Apr 03, 2016 1:59 pm

Posts: 115
Location: Foster, RI
Just adding another name to the list of suppliers. If you need vintage Husky or Penton stuff Jake Fischer is another great source. I too often forgot about him because he does not have a website or anything like that but he has quite an inventory of 70’s era parts and a wealth of information. His number is 412-999-1143.

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