Hey everyone, not sure if I'm allowed to post this here.......let me know if I need to move it.
I, Buggiedude, aka Niles Treman have re-opened my home based business, Treman Powersports Repair and Performance in Gilbert Az. I am now doing this full time and am looking forward to hearing from you guys that need a good Mechanic at a fair price.
I am certified in the Big 4, Honda, Yamaha, Suzuki and Kawasaki.......but i also work on all Polaris, Can Am, as well as Chinese and any other Countries off-road products.
Hit me up for advise as well, I got pretty good at long distance diagnosis over the years too.
Hi, all, I am here to say i have found an excellent source for kawasaki parts, It's run by Eddie Babbit. It is called Kawasaki Partshouse. run by Babbits online, Muskegon Michigan. http://www.kawasakipartshouse.com/oemparts
Just the other day i ordered piston rings, for my Mule 550, They got here and a Oil ring, and smaller ring were missing from the box, Kawasaki took responsibility for the "Accident" and I had also contacted babbits, and they replied and they said" keep the old rings, order a new set and you just pay shipping" so i got $30 piston rings for 8.95!!!? Free shipping on orders over $50!!!
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