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    Default Good online general snowmachine parts suppliers?

    Anyone have any good recommendations for online snowmachine parts suppliers? Need to pick up some generic stuff like Mikuni jets and carb rebuild parts, fuel pumps, choke cables, and similar types of items.

    Snow is coming soon and I have 2 older sleds I've pulled out of the bushes to get worked over and running as "loaner" sleds for this winter. Might even put some elbow grease into an old classic sled project that I started on quite awhile back. Have nearly everything I need to get an old 1980 Kawasaki Drifter 440 up and running, though I may need a few generic carb parts on that one as well.
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    Hey Rob. Google hi performance engineering. Aka hpe. They are usually very good with that kind of stuff and decent prices. Or you could always go see Verbas in town and have them order for you if you can catch them there lol.

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    If you can cross reference the part numbers Babbits parts has about everything you need

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    Al's Snowmobile Parts has a lot also. Decent shipping prices too. http://www.alssnowmobile.com/

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    http://www.mfgsupply.com/
    They carry quite a few things for older machines.

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    And I've been doing checking through other means as well and found one of the old dealers I was trying to remember...

    https://www.denniskirk.com/snowmobile

    They don't appear to be stocking as in depth as they used to on carb parts.

    Will be checking out some of the others posted.
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    Starting Line Products might have some stuff you are looking for. http://www.startinglineproducts.com/

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    Don't forget flea bay. Often the best bet for used parts, and when I had to replace the bearings and several idlers on my old Skandic the best prices was an ebay store but it's been a few years so I forget the name of the place.
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