Where to Buy Scooter Parts Online?

Does anyone know where I can find spare parts for scooter SYM Mio 50 online?

Many out there sell random parts but apparently none offers a full catalogue like a local dealer.

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    eBay…

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      I can't find it on ebay, that was the first place where I looked for

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        Hahaha, I was half way through editing my comment with more info for you… :P

        A quick google search turns up plenty of places. Found one that looks like it might be what you are looking for…

        http://www.racingplanetusa.com/sym-sanyang-mio-50-c-1456_148...

        https://www.oemmotorparts.com/oem4.asp?M=Sym&T=MIO%20-%2050%...

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          Yep, spent many hours and came across those 2 websites many times, they don't have a full catalogue.
          I need:

          6430G-A8A-600 FRONT SPOILER ASSY (white)

          83620-A7A-000 LEFT SIDE COVER (white)

          83600-A8B-000 LEFT BODY COVER (red)

          I can go to my local dealer and pay double or more.

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          if you have part numbers, jam those into google.

          Why can’t you use a dealer in Australia? Do Sym even make bike/import bikes into Australia? Not heard of them in years.

          I would look at Euro markets. Scooters are much more popular there and you will find that if they are not in Australia any more, they may still have a market in Europe.

          https://partsss.com/en/sym/spareparts/modelos/mio/50/pid2016...

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          @pegaxs: Thanks Pegaxs. I found the back light from a Chinese dealer at a third of the price of my local dealer, I assumed it was going to be the same for the other parts.

          If I google the numbers, I only find 2 websites in German and Dutch probably after market parts as don't even have standard colours. They probably don't ship to Australia.

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          I can assure you that the other parts out of China would fare no better quality wise. The parts out of Europe are probably genuine and therefore expensive when shipping is included.

          At least at the dealer, you are getting exactly what you want. If it’s wrong, you can exchange or refund. You order from China and it’s wrong, no warranty, no returns.

          Have you tried any motorcycle wreckers? They may have parts that suit for a fraction of new prices. It’s a 50cc scooter, a whole new scooter wouldn’t even cost that much, it is even worth fixing considering the cost?

          What your post should have said is: i need genuine parts for my scooter and the dealer wants to charge me too much for them. I want genuine items but pay Chinese prices…

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    I can assure you that the other parts out of China would fare no better quality wise. The parts out of Europe are probably genuine and therefore expensive when shipping is included.

    Explain to me why a Chinese brand should have a market of OEM parts in Europe and not in China?
    They hardly sell in Europe (I’m from there) while is full of them in Australia and Asia.
    The tail light I got from a site based in Taiwan was genuine.

    At least at the dealer, you are getting exactly what you want. If it’s wrong, you can exchange or refund. You order from China and it’s wrong, no warranty, no returns.

    You can say the same thing for everything you buy online. I got the product number, why should they send me the wrong one?

    Have you tried any motorcycle wreckers? They may have parts that suit for a fraction of new prices. It’s a 50cc scooter, a whole new scooter wouldn’t even cost that much, it is even worth fixing considering the cost?

    I have never heard of motorcycle wreckers, surely we don’t have any in NT, and I would only buy mechanical parts as fairing parts are likely to be damaged. The scooter is 2 years old and in pristine conditions other than a few scratches. Brand new is $4000, should I write it off to avoid paying $300-400?

    What your post should have said is: i need genuine parts for my scooter and the dealer wants to charge me too much for them. I want genuine items but pay Chinese prices…

    I’m sure there is nothing wrong with the title; the description clearly says SPARE PARTS ONLINE and FULL CATALOGUE. You didn’t read it, but decided to comment anyway assuming people don’t know how to google.
    Is there anything wrong in trying to save some money?

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