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Old 05-23-2019, 04:15 PM   #1
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Rebuilding a 2014 cbr1000rr need parts

I'm rebuilding a 14 cbr1000rr for a friend who had his bike stolen...crashed and recovered. Need the following parts or if you know of anyone with parts please lmk.

Gas tank. I can find on Ebay but if local it's a plus.
Gauge cluster
Front and rear rims. Not looking for the older ones. He wants the 12 and up wheels. Color doesn't matter since I have a paint person.
Rear seat
Tail light

Thanks in advance
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, why the need for both wheels? No full coverage insurance?
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, why the need for both wheels? No full coverage insurance?
No he only had liability. It's honestly nuts what happened lol. He was working for HPD at the time and heard there was a chase after someone robbed a gas station on a bike. When he responded to the chase...it was his bike that was stolen lol and he started to chase his own bike w other units. Well rider lost control and bike slid into a curb and the rear wheel broke...front wheel is bent. Obviously fairings are trashed..the cluster flew off headlights upper fairing stay and right clip on broke off...right rearset also broke off and tank dented up.
The bike only has around 3k or so. I've already purchased the majority of the parts... the only thing I'm waiting on is OEM wheels now.
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