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KC International motorcycle parts????

Was wondering if anyone has had experience with this company? KC International sells parts on Ebay and have a store in Dayton Ohio ..Was contemplating one of their cam support plates and lifters...Any info good or bad would be appreciated ...
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I have not dealt with them.

What bike and why the change?
The one I see recommends their oil pump and say gear drive only. You need to check run out if you go gear drive.

I can see that one would be attracted from a price point, but from someone who just went through this, OEM/SE or Fueling... this is not the place to skimp...

Leave the gun. Take the cannoli.
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Last spring, i buggered up the front brake caliper on my WG. It was something only I could do, but that is a whole story unto itself. I started searching for a new caliper and was more than a bit distressed, knowing I would have to shell out $350. for my F-up. In my search, I stumbled upon KC Int. Holy cow! A new chrome one with the pads for $142. I ordered the part, and it was here in no time. I was very happy with the part and the turn around time. I would not hesitate to deal with them again. My .02.

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I've ordered from them a couple of times with zero problems and wouldn't hesitate to save a buck with them again in the future.


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I have been a happy repeat customer.

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I bought a set of FishTail slip-ons, 20,000 miles later ,they still look like new.
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Again, I am not talking bolt on chrome bits. He is talking cam support plate.
Has anyone used any of their internal engine parts?

I know I looked at their oil pump as OEM is 300 bones... there must be a reason they are sooooo much lower than other common manufacturers.
Again, this was just my though process.

Leave the gun. Take the cannoli.
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True. My experience has been limited to a few rotors, starter buttons, foot pegs and clamps.... nothing internal.

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I have not dealt with them.

What bike and why the change?
The one I see recommends their oil pump and say gear drive only. You need to check run out if you go gear drive.

I can see that one would be attracted from a price point, but from someone who just went through this, OEM/SE or Fueling... this is not the place to skimp...
what bike you ride ? i have bought stuff from them they were good & fast shipping
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