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    Quote Originally Posted by SCOTTYDOG View Post
    What I find hard to believe is that the guys have no OEM pipes in stock...HOW IS THAT EVEN POSSIBLE???
    me too , was at the roost monday and they have pipes hanging around all over the place
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dean_E232 View Post
    me too , was at the roost monday and they have pipes hanging around all over the place
    Seems some dealers hold stock. I find here in the south they import almost everything on order.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ozosborne View Post
    I get this quite often. No stock on barrels apparently either. In the beginning of the year I had to wait 3 weeks for 2 clutch plates

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    No dealer of any make will stock a barrel. That is not a consumable item and there are too many variants.
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    Quote Originally Posted by adamktm View Post
    No dealer of any make will stock a barrel. That is not a consumable item and there are too many variants.
    Coming from the quad world we went through them so fast that they were treated as consumable. I find it odd that there are no aftermarket barrels available on the 300 2T, but I now see why.

    The 4T barrels on my 450 quad were not that pricey, but damn the agent cost of a 2t barrel

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    [QUOTE=ozosborne;593866]I get this quite often. No stock on barrels apparently either. In the beginning of the year I had to wait 3 weeks for 2 clutch plates

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    why did you only want 2 clutch plates ? if they worn replace the whole clutch surely ?
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    [QUOTE=Dean_E232;593916]
    Quote Originally Posted by ozosborne View Post
    I get this quite often. No stock on barrels apparently either. In the beginning of the year I had to wait 3 weeks for 2 clutch plates

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    why did you only want 2 clutch plates ? if they worn replace the whole clutch surely ?
    For some reason when I fitted the rekluse 2 looked a bit dodgy. Its the first time I see that you can buy them individually I must say. Usually I bought complete kits, steel plates, friction plates and springs all in one package. So that was a plus.

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