Getting SYM panels online.

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Getting SYM panels online.

Post by melpotter » Sat Mar 23, 2019 5:51 am

Hi guys,

During the winter storms my beloved SYM JoyMax 300i fell over (I wasn't on it at the time) and suffered quite a bit of panel damage plus breaking one of the mirrors off. It's a 2012 model and, surprise, surprise, my mechanic is having trouble getting parts from MotoGB. Does anyone have any good alternative online sources for parts and panels?
I haven't lost my mind, it's backed up on tape somewhere.

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Re: Getting SYM panels online.

Post by Maxsymuppet » Sat Mar 23, 2019 4:41 pm

melpotter wrote:
Sat Mar 23, 2019 5:51 am
Hi guys,

During the winter storms my beloved SYM JoyMax 300i fell over (I wasn't on it at the time) and suffered quite a bit of panel damage plus breaking one of the mirrors off. It's a 2012 model and, surprise, surprise, my mechanic is having trouble getting parts from MotoGB. Does anyone have any good alternative online sources for parts and panels?
MotoGB are bloody useless. I've given up on them. I managed to get a rear mudguard off Ebay, so it's worth a try. If you haven't already.Apart from that you could try googling SYM parts. There are bound to be other suppliers other than MotoGB. If Motogb can be called a supplier.


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