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post #1 of 6 Old Feb 8th, 2009, 2:30 pm Thread Starter
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Question Will be looking for spare FD!!!

Hi all;

I am starting to look for a spare FD, just in case I need one later on. I have heard there is not to many spares at dealers so I am looking for one from a triked out bike with little to no millage. I live in Quebec, Canada so I assume there will be a higher shipping cost if I find one in the US.

I have a 2005 K 1200 LT and was wondering if a 2006 or 2009 would fit the 2005.
( I recently lost a deal on a 2007 recently triked out) Purchased by the brother of the guy who triked his bike.

Where would be the best place to start looking?? Trike dealers?

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Re: Will be looking for spare FD!!!

That is a good place to start. That only leaves one source for LT FD from trike conversions though: Hannigan Motorsports Good luck on your quest.

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Re: Will be looking for spare FD!!!

A 2006 or 2009 FD will fit your 2005 just fine. There are only two versions of the LT final drive. There's one for 1999 thru 2001 bikes, then another for 2002-2009. The earlier final drives are even harder to find.

Good idea to find and keep a spare!

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Re: Will be looking for spare FD!!!

I have a 2005 FD from our new trike. 18,000 miles. I am asking $250 plus shipping. You can call 858 277 4938 for more details.
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Re: Will be looking for spare FD!!!

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I have a 2005 FD from our new trike. 18,000 miles. I am asking $250 plus shipping. You can call 858 277 4938 for more details.
This is really a great price. I would not hesitate if I was in need of another FD. I bought a good used one last summer for $350 and that was already a good price.
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Re: Will be looking for spare FD!!!

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I have a 2005 FD from our new trike. 18,000 miles. I am asking $250 plus shipping. You can call 858 277 4938 for more details.
I will give you a call on Tuesday when I get back n town.

Where are you located? This will give me a shipping cost.

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