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post #1 of 11 Old 08-10-19, 19:21 Thread Starter
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Hard time finding parts

I have a 2017 Daytona 675r that I recently grounded. The stator cover is cracked. I don't know if the oil spilled out of it, or the oil pan broke (haven't opened it yet). I can find a good stator cover so that's ok.

However I can't find a rear fender without getting an entire body kit. This is my main obstacle.

I also need a new left mirror which I can find.

So, questions, do you think oil foiled from stator cover and I won't need an oil pan? Will I not know until I take off the side fender? Is it possible to get rear fender without the kit?
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When I take my stator cover off a handful of oil spills out, so hopefully that’s where the oil is coming out. Ever get the side fairing off for a look?

You can get individual parts from a couple different online vendors.
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Haven't had time. Hope to in the coming days. If only a handful of oil comes out after taking yours off I might need a new oil pan cause there was A LOT of oil spilled.
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I believe it's been unchanged since 2013. This may be my only option
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I believe it's been unchanged since 2013. This may be my only option
Have you checked bikebandit? You can probably get any parts you need individually from them.
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Have you checked bikebandit? You can probably get any parts you need individually from them.
I like bikebandit, but they are so hit and miss on the availability for OEM parts. You can get some great prices through them though. For an example, I just bought a flyscreen kit for my '13 for 52.90 shipped.

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Yeah, you definitely have to be patient on the shipping. But like you said, the prices are generally reasonable, free shipping over 100, and their customer service has been pretty solid for me thus far. I also really like the the way their website is laid out.
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By fender, are you referring to the License plate/turn signal mount? or the tire hugger?
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License plate holder yes, but let me rephrase, not fender, because that may be mistaken for the piece over the back wheel. But the part that holds the brake light.

Larzzz, let me find out if those parts will work.
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Oh and yes bikebandit is pretty good. I believe I found a triumph branded stator cover for 115. That's my best look so far. This weekend I hope to open it up and check the oil pan
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