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Whay happens at Motobins ?
06/01/18 at 01:13:04
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Hello
Motobins has changed it's website.
This is not uncommon.
But when I search for parts for rebuilding my R65 engine, some of them being "in stock" on the previous site gave now a "not found" message...
Isn't it strange ?
  
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Re: Whay happens at Motobins ?
Reply #1 - 06/01/18 at 01:58:47
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I think they are having a few database issues. I wanted to order some K100 parts and got the same message on nearly all of them. I emailed Motobins and the parts appeared on the website.
  

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Re: Whay happens at Motobins ?
Reply #2 - 06/01/18 at 22:13:40
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What  I do if i  cant find the part is find the part number on Max and then plug it into Motobins  search box and often it will pop up

By the way it takes 2 weeks to get something  Royal post to the USA and only 3 days FedEx
  

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