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#1 bramfrank

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Posted 01 August 2009 - 03:31 AM

So, I woke up early and couldn't get back to sleep. The morning paper hasn't arrived yet and I was doodling around.

For some reason I started wondering how much it would cost to replace all of the painted plastic parts on my bike and, with the help of the Yamaha web site and ronayers, I came up with a list of all of the colored plastic parts and the price (without shipping) that I could order it all for.

Having done this, I figured why not post it for the membership? Just in case. You never know. The '06 was the nicest color ever, so perhaps someone might want to consider a change?

I have included the emblems that would be needed, but NOT the various tiny rubber bits and such, with the exception of the lower cowlings, glove box, saddlebags and fuel tank (which seem to be only sold as assemblies).

It ain't cheap. The total is $4,572.44 - and that's with a discount and unshipped!!.

OK, you can always forget about the filler plates and such, but even so, it explains why a low side with only cosmetic damage can result in a bike being scrapped!!

It is organised as a comma delimited set of fields, defined in the header. so you can cut and paste the text into a text fle and import it into Excel or whatever spreadsheet you choose to use as a csv file. You will need to reformat the display attributes to pretty it up if you do capture it, as they are lost in the process..

Also, I wonder about some of the part numbers - those that end in P1 specifically - I suspect that they could be wrongly coded on Yamaha's web site, since P2 seems to be the code for the Deep Purple used in the US this model year.

Part #, Description, Qty, Unit Price, Extend
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3P6-28351-00-P2, BODY COWLING, 1, 159.96, 159.96
3P6-Y283J-30-P2, BODY FRONT LOWER 1, 1, 419.47, 419.47
3P6-Y283K-30-P2, BODY FRONT LOWER 2, 1, 419.47, 419.47
3P6-2830N-00-P2, BOX SUB ASSY, 1, 216.22, 216.22
3P6-28385-00-P2, COVER LOWER, 1, 109.28, 109.28
3P6-21651-00-P1, COVER REAR FENDER, 1, 54.02, 54.02
3P6-2163E-00-P1, COVER REAR FENDER 2, 2, 13.28, 26.56
3P6-2163E-10-P1, COVER REAR FENDER 2, 2, 13.28, 26.56
3P6-2163F-00-P1, COVER REAR FENDER 3, 2, 13.21, 26.42
3P6-21711-00-P0, COVER SIDE 1, 1, 60.99, 60.99
3P6-24129-00-P0, COVER SIDE 1, 1, 211.87, 211.87
3P6-21721-00-P0, COVER SIDE 2, 1, 60.99, 60.99
3P6-2471K-00-P1, COVER TAIL 1, 1, 108.53, 108.53
3P6-2472K-00-P1, COVER TAIL 2, 1, 110.56, 110.56
3P6-2173B-00-00, EMBLEM 3D, 2, 21.89, 43.78
3P6-21511-00-P2, FENDER FRONT, 1, 87.64, 87.64
3P6-YK241-00-P2, FUEL TANK COMP., 1, 604.44, 604.44
3P6-24773-00-P2, HANDLE SEAT, 1, 208.80, 208.80
3P6-26280-00-P2, REAR VIEW MIRROR A, 1, 68.88, 68.88
3P6-26290-00-P2, REAR VIEW MIRROR A, 1, 68.88, 68.88
5JW-W0753-0L-60, SIDE CASE LEFT, 1, 502.49, 502.49
5JW-W0753-0R-60, SIDE CASE RIGHT, 1, 502.49, 502.49
5LV-2836B-01-00, TUNING FORK MARK, 1, 12.00, 12.00
3P6-W283G-00-P2, UPPER COWLING ASSY 1, 1, 132.49, 132.49
3P6-W283H-00-P2, UPPER COWLING ASSY 2, 1, 132.49, 132.49
3P6-2830C-00-P2, VISOR SIDE 1, 1, 66.54, 66.54
3P6-2830D-00-P2, VISOR SIDE 2, 1, 66.54, 66.54
3P6-28323-00-P2, WASHER LEG SHIELD, 1, 64.08, 64.08
,,,,
,Sub-Total,,,"4,572.44"
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Posted 02 August 2009 - 08:45 AM

Bramfrank ~ Thanks for all your hard work researching the parts!

I don't want to seem like a smart-ass, but you could have saved yourself a ton of effort and time by just calling Gary McCoy at Mondak Motorsports... When I was trying to get the close out pieces where the side cases mount, I discovered that the MamaYama site is incorrect in many part numbers, including the ones I wanted.

Gary was familiar with the problem and saved me ordering the wrong numbers and then having the hassle of having to return them (on my dime), to correct Yamaha's screw-up.

Plus, his prices beat Bike Bandit and the others all to pieces... What's not to like? Be sure to talk only to Gary for the best prices. Mention the forum when you call.

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Posted 06 August 2009 - 08:17 AM

I'll email the spreadsheet to Gary and wait for his response (since I'm not in a hurry). He'll probably have the response back in a day.

Also, I wonder if there are different part numbers depending on the year (color) and such????
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Posted 09 August 2009 - 08:43 AM

Gary replied yesterday with prices. There are 3 columns of pricing. The "FJRForum" is the cost to this forum's members. Does NOT include shipping or stocking information.

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Posted 09 August 2009 - 09:25 AM

Interesting;

Note that the part numbers do vary by color . . . beside that the pricing should be right.

Note that the items for which 2 are required were not extended on your spreadsheet, so while the total is lower, it isn't quite that much lower.

Also, if you were planning on doing it this month, ronayers has free shipping on orders over (I think it was) $149. Then again, this was just an intellectual exercise.
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Posted 09 August 2009 - 01:11 PM

Exactly why I went and bought another bike rather than fixing my old one, even though it was very repairable. I plan to part it out instead.
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Posted 14 August 2009 - 11:37 AM

QUOTE (Grumpy @ Aug 9 2009, 02:11 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
Exactly why I went and bought another bike rather than fixing my old one, even though it was very repairable. I plan to part it out instead.
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That pricing is about what I/insurance paid plus labor after I hit a deer on July 2nd.

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Posted 13 September 2009 - 03:43 PM

QUOTE (twistedcricket @ Aug 9 2009, 08:43 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
Gary replied yesterday with prices. There are 3 columns of pricing. The "FJRForum" is the cost to this forum's members. Does NOT include shipping or stocking information.

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Posted 13 September 2009 - 04:07 PM

Works for me . . .
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Posted 13 September 2009 - 07:12 PM

I'm keeping this. Many thanks.
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Posted 28 September 2009 - 03:44 PM

Link works fine for me, and copy/paste the original BramFrank compilation to Notepad and save as "prices.csv" imports into Excel like a champ!

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Posted 25 March 2011 - 08:49 AM

Great list and not so great prices. Gary is no longer there and with him went this pricing list.


FYI the correct phone number is 866 433-6635 Toll Free.

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Posted 25 March 2011 - 11:07 AM

Wow dude, this was an old thread. Not only is Gary long gone but I guarantee parts prices have gone up in general. I have also discovered another disturbing trend - as the age of your FJR rises, eventually parts get signifcanlty more expensive.

2004 parts are much more expensive than 2009 parts. Bummer.

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