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5speed
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e-bay source for parts

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I purchased a final drive and flange hub for a friends interstate from these folks and their customer service is top notch.
He had the parts listed separately and when I bought both he took $10 off the shipping fee because he sent them both in the same box.
He doesn't carry a lot of wing parts but I told him thee is quite a following of these old girls so he may start carrying more.
His e-bay name is motorsportdepot.
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What folks?
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Motosportsdepot - they are in Canada, but shipping prices listed seem reasonable. Looks to be mainly 1200 parts right now.
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