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beachbum

06 kazuma 650cc 271/2 hp, cant find parts

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well i have two of these animals, and they spend more time in the shop then on the trail, but i'm stuck with them and i like to find parts to fix them. will anyone help me find a place where i can order parts, right now i need a starter, a rear end sproket gear, clucth and well a few more things, if you can help i appreciated, take care and be well.

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HI, thanks yes i have tried them, but they don't carry a lot of parts on line and i still haven't called them to see if maybe they can help me on the phone, but most of the parts they carry is for smaller atv's, thanks again have a great day, and don't forget to go riding..

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Here is another site that sells Kazuma parts, they have the starter for the 650cc motor, they may have more of the stuff you need. http://www.kazumapartsonline.com/

If there is still things you can't find, I would call them, if they don't have the parts, they should at least be able to tell you where to get them.

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there is a dealer for them in southern illinois and another in indianapolis ... you can check online 2 see what the names of the dealers are then contact them ... sorry i dont know the names ...

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