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Hello all. As I watch all these individual threads about parts and accessories people are listing or what they are buying I wished there would be one place with all the links where I could surf to and say, hmm i want to see all exhaust's available for my Scout, so here it is. Hit me up with the links to sites that are selling Scout specific stuff. I'll get it started.

Accessories
Arlen Ness: Parts for Indian's
Aeromach: Accessories
GinzChoppers: Sissy bars and mounts
HeliBars: Handle Bars specific to the Scout
Indian Aftermarket: Intakes, Beach Bars, lift kit etc
J&S Jacks: Jack stands with Indian adapters
Klock Works: Accessories
Kuryakyn: Splined Adapter for their pegs on the Scout/Exhaust
Magnetic Drain Plugs: Dimple
Moore Speed Racing: Various Accessories
Motherwell: Luggage rack option
Polaris Main Parts Site: All parts for your Scout
RC Components: Wheels, Exhaust, other accessories
Revzilla: Reseller of specific and universal parts
Rocky Mountain Performance: Floorboards
Roland Sands Designs: Seats and other parts for your Scout
Stebel: Horn make, TM80 works on the Scout
TPI Customs: Accessories
XChoppers: Accessories, Exhaust, EFM Systems, etc
Zorros: Australian Accessories for Scouts and other Indians

Bags
Great Bike Gear: Saddle Bag Locking Mount System
Leatherworks: Saddles bags
Nash MC: Small Saddle Bag
Osprey Saddlebags: Scout Specific Bags
US Saddlebags: Saddle bags, Tank Covers, Toolkit bags
Viking Bags: Universal bags that can be adjusted to fit the Scout

Exhaust
Bassani: Exhaust slip-ons available at various retailers
Crusher: Maverick slip-ons available at various retailers
Dirty Bird Concepts: Body/Exhaust parts
Hacker Exhaust: Slip-Ons
Jekill & Hyde: Exhaust
RPW USA, Rogue Pipe Works: Exhaust, Slip-Ons and Full Systems
Trask Performance: Exhaust, Slip-Ons and Handle Bars
Twisted Choppers: Exhaust and other accessories
V-Performance: Exhaust from Europe
Vance & Hines: Exhaust slip-ons and systems for the Scout

Fuel Control Units
EJK: Fuel Control Unit
Power Commander 5: PC5 for the Scout

Lights
Vololights: License plate frame holder (light up)

Seats
Bill Mayer Saddles: Custom Seats
Corbin Seats: Seats for your Scout
Mother Road Customs: Tractor Style Seats for the Scout
Mustang Seats: Scout Specific Seats

Service Manuals
Service Manual: 3rd party site for ordering a manual

Suspension
EMC Suspension: Rear shocks
Fournales: Rear suspension, need to contact them for pricing
Ikon Suspension: Shocks specific to the Scout
JRI Shocks: Rear Shocks
Orient Express: Rear Shocks
Progressive: Rear Shocks
Race Tech - Forks and Custom Suspension
Traxxion Dynamics: Front Suspension upgrade kit

Windshields
Freedom Shields: Specific windshield for the Scout
National Cycle: Windshields
Memphis Shades: Universal Wind Management
 

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NickJ, can you make this thread stick?

Is this group interested in Universal Parts that fit the Scout and others or just those sellers who pander to us specifically?
 

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I'll move this to the "Indian Motorcycle Performance" section and make it a sticky. Best place for it I believe.
 

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Add Vololights.com under universal parts? I have one already, just waiting on the scout.... It's a flashing brake light from engine deceleration license plate frame...
 

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I agree with adeehr. The Scout forum has exploded lately. We welcome the new members to the Indian family. But I wish newbies would take time to browse thru the existing post and threads before starting a new post. There is a lot of information and good reading already available to you. I suggest spending some time reading them because at lot of your questions will be answered.
 

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I agree with adeehr. The Scout forum has exploded lately. We welcome the new members to the Indian family. But I wish newbies would take time to browse thru the existing post and threads before starting a new post. There is a lot of information and good reading already available to you. I suggest spending some time reading them because at lot of your questions will be answered.
That's the one thing with having this thread in a different area of the forum, if people don't surf around they won't see it, and then will create new posts for the same stuff.
 

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I've found the search bar to be helpful, however most people won't want to spend the time looking for an answer, they'll just throw the question out there for an answer. o_O

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