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Offline thetrecker

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Oil Filter
« on: August 28, 2012, 02:31:43 PM »
Hi all, Visited the Honda dealer yesterday to buy a few oil filters to have in stock and it turns out its the same old filter that's out this years, fits previous Varadero's, Hornets and possibly many other models. He charged €15 euro each of course which i expect. Also to note , he said the brake pads were the same as a recent model Deauville 700, i will research this but if anyone can add to this please it would help. he said the price for each pair of pads was €67 euro, which i expect ( its basically the normal price multiplied by two for everything here in Ireland !) i think the price is around £26 pounds in GB which equates to about €33 euro! :187:
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Re: Oil Filter
« Reply #1 on: August 29, 2012, 09:48:27 AM »
In Belgium for the moment

Front brake (need 2 sets)  http://www.rad.eu/nl/c/p/19557-trw-sinter-metaal-mcb776sv-honda-suzuki.htm same as deauville 700
Rear brake http://www.rad.eu/nl/c/p/19556-trw-sinter-metaal-mcb776sh-honda.htm  same as CBF1000
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Re: Oil Filter
« Reply #2 on: August 29, 2012, 03:21:32 PM »
Super Nickel, Thanks for this information, the cross reference is great
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