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    Place to buy Buell parts with quick turn around and shipping?

    2006 Buell Ulysses. HD gave me the wrong primary cover gasket (PN 25378-02A) claiming it would fit, and I already wadded up the old one (dumb). 2 weeks to order one.

    I see one on Amazon but I wouldn't get that for 1-2 weeks. Do you guys know of some obscure parts shop that could get me one in a week or less? I live in Michigan.

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    you certainly "have a thing" for initiating new threads.
    25378-02B CORRECT part # for XB primary cover gasket. just buy one online. $21 including freight on evilbay. david is very reliable and nice guy from OH. here..........

    https://www.ebay.com/itm/Genuine-Bue...MAAOSwl2FakFLY


    and this data base link shows all possible primary gasket applications and pics. should be a sticky on here. click each pic and you'll get the detailed info showing all differences.

    https://www.jwboon.com/index2.php?co...s_Buell/Page_4
    Last edited by lunaticfringe; 05-31-2018 at 02:34 PM.

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    Thanks for the tips. Amazing with modern technology and inventory management systems that Harley manages to have the wrong part as a successor.

    Thought I read elsewhere that you didn't like people reviving old threads? In any case, once I get the bike back together I suspect I won't be creating too many new threads for a while Just lurking instead.

    I was looking at this one from denniskirk: https://www.denniskirk.com/cometic/p...prd/266490.sku but it seems awfully narrow. Going to snag that one off ebay instead.
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    You should have some Room Temperature Vulcanizing gasket maker in the tool box. It will work perfectly. A tiny bit. You don't want it squishing out everywhere, and 'high temp' is unnecessary (and ugly).

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    I recently ordered some stuff from St. Paul HD. My local dealer (Canada), told me 4 weeks to come from Milwaukee. St. Paul had it in stock, shipped same day, I had it 2 days later. Only problem is DHL shipping was $60. Not so bad if you are in the US or have more patience.

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    ^^^^ Second St. Paul HD ^^^^



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