5 Shopping Tips to Finding the Right Motorcycle Parts for Your Harley Davidson

Shopping for Harley Davidson motorcycle parts can be painless and stress-free. Here are a few tips to make sure you won’t make any mistakes and end up with the right ones:

Check out the measurements

Whether you’re building a custom bike or just ordering in new parts, you’ll need to know the exact measurements of the part. That way, you won’t make a mistake thinking ‘oh, it’s this one’ when it’s actually the other one, all because you forget to note down the exact measurements.

Inspect it asap

A lot of shoppers buy parts when they go on sale then toss the parts in a storage box, leave the components there for months and pick them up, inspect them, only when they finally need the parts. That’s a bit of a bad habit, though. If it’s the wrong one, waiting until months before you inspect it for function and fit means you won’t be eligible for returns. Be sure to check when the parts are delivered to your door. If there are any problems, you could send those parts back and get the right ones without any worries.

Read the conditions

Before you buy online, read through the shop’s terms and conditions. Know their window on returns. In case you’ll need to, you know how much time you have to work with before you need to send it back and exchange it for another item.

Consider aftermarket parts

These are cost-effective alternatives to OEM parts, says The Balance, saving consumers as much as 1.5 billion dollars. Given that OEM parts typically cost about 60 percent more, aftermarket Harley Davidson motorcycle parts offer a handy way for you to keep your costs low.

Know your bike

Not all parts are going to look good on your bike. Know it inside and out. That way, you’ll be able to tell, in a glance, which parts are going to work or not, whether that involves a gas tank or hanger handlebars.

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