Question about 2008 Triumph Sprint ST Abs
I always have to use bike bandit to find the part by picture then explain it to my dealer. Just wondering how you guys get your official triumph part numbers as bike bandit uses their own numbering system. I need the triumph part numbers for number 38 and 39 in the link below, if you can help, lemme know. 38: GUIDE, CABLE 5577101-001 $2.80 39: SCREW, M6 X 12 M6 X 12MM BLACK 5558911-001 $0.76 Thanks,
Depending on how far away your dealer is, try to get to know them better. I hang out at mine, go on rides with the group and generally shoot the **** with them. Also throw in a hand when they need it. It takes a lot of people to get a rocket off the shipping rack. You will never see a parts book for these bikes. The parts info is all online, and remember Triumph makes mid-year changes so it is also and done by vin number. Plus if you get to know the dealer you get little tidbits, like mine has the Scorpion rep coming in tomorrow, I will be there at 9:30 to check out the gear with him. Nothing like shinny new motorcycle gear to start the day with .
Posted on Nov 10, 2008
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