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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 02-14-2015, 09:49 AM Thread Starter
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WTB Stock undertail and Chain guard

I am looking for a complete stock undertail with lights and fender.
Also need a stock chain guard.
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A stock uncut undertail is very rare as it is needed and cut for aftermarket undertails that most everyone has.

I've seen two stock uncut undertails for sale in the last 3 years on the forum. Not very common. And the prices were crazy.

My advice is to compare any undertail price against buying brand new from an internet discount parts source. People pay too much for used stuff often. From my internet parts source I was able to buy new at a 10-20% added cost at most. = $10-20 more for the item to buy new from an internet dealer. That incorporates shipping and if you time it well or add a few items, it is free shipping from those parts dealers. So it can be cheaper to buy new at times as compared some used prices I've seen for sale on items. Plus you have the reliability of a parts store, returns, etc.

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I have a stock SP2 chain guard you can have for the price of shipping.
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SP1 or SP2?
They're different enough that you want the correct one for your subframe and wiring harness. Trying to use a SP2 undertail with a SP1 sbframe and harness, or vice versa, will be a headache. The battery and ECU are located differently. It can be done, but you'll be having to make some mild modifications. Unless you get the accompanying rear harness.

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Let me check my inventory - I may have the stock SP-1 chain guard, I'll PM you if I do...

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