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Wrecked - Need Parts

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Joey
I wrecked my bike the other day because someone pulled out in front of me. Instead of hitting the car and going through their back window, I decided to go towards the right and try to ride it out. My back tire locked up, and then caught traction whenever I let go of the brake and it flipped me at about 40 mph.
 
I need these parts to be able to get riding again:
Handle Bars - Any recommended bars welcomed.
Right Foot Peg - The foot peg for the back brake.
Back Rim - I need a new rim for a new tire. It bent whenever I wrecked.
Throttle Cover? - The cover that covered the throttle thing on the side of my bike is gone. I'm not exactly sure what this is called.
Plastic - I need the plastic that goes underneath the seat. 
Mirrors - My right mirror broke off, so I'll need one of those.
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cybmx
I got handlebars and mirrors if you need. Whatever price + shipping that you think it's reasonable.

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Joey
I got handlebars and mirrors if you need. Whatever price + shipping that you think it's reasonable.
Name a price. I just want my bike rideable again, lol. Where are you located?

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Joey
Pennsylvania. Idk, $10 + shipping?
Stock bars? I'll do that. I wonder how much the shipping will be. 

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Eastern Kayaker
Check out these online sites for genuine Yamaha parts, just remember to check the shipping cost for each site: www.partspak.com
www.yamahapartshouse.com
www.partsfish.com  
Some forum members have used these sites for FZ-07 parts with no problems. Good luck with your repairs!

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pattonme
Unless you paid cash, wouldn't you have collision coverage to help defray some of the expenses? A new rear wheel will set you back a pretty penny. Though if the damage is moderate to light, you can have a wheel straitening service do their magic on it. Maybe some pics?
 
My go-to vendor for parts has been RonAyers.com but haven't price-shopped against the ones above.
 

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