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Rx135

Anyone know of a place which will ship spares globally?

Im in a bit of a pickle.
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Is that the bigger foreign version of the RXS 100 2 stroke?, these guys may be able to help/advise and I have heard some pretty good things about them recently. The UK’s biggest choice of motorcycle parts for Japanese and European machines.
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thanks, ill check it out
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Ben, you'll be better off putting out a request for help in the general forum sections, and some bored westerner will offer to have parts sent to their house and DHL'd or someone might be even flying to where you are and can bring them, or might know a local expert.....
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and some bored westerner will offer to have parts sent to their house and DHL'd or .....
That's not a very nice thing to say about those on Horizons who help others on the road Fern. Particularly since you benefited from a considerable amount of help....
Why don't you step up to the mark and lend a hand? Really.
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IF I were "BORED" I wouldn't bother to help or even read your drivel I am anxious to help anyone anytime.
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Not everyone is sponsored by 'DAD'
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very true and I am a Grandad....
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If your not sorted yet Ben you may like to try wemoto. com

See if you can speak to Romain T'sjoen ,He did so much to help us when we were stuck for parts In Central America we cant thank him enough .


1st class service .

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I'm sorry if that phrase came across in that way. When I was bored at home I took joy in helping people out when I was stuck at home.

I wish I was sponsored by a dad.
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Ben, I would offer to post parts from NZ but the price of postage would be silly. So as mentioned wemoto? I wouldn't have anything posted Royal Mail or Parcelforce that goes via Moscow, due to the massive parcel backlog there... Jose's GS1200 tyres are still there from last summer I think..
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I think the RX135 was only sold in SE Asia you'd be better trying to get parts from there I think.
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