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Z1 Vintage Japanese Motorcycle Parts

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Route 66 Classic Motorcycles, once the world’s largest private collector of vintage Japanese motorcycles, is now Z1 Parts, Inc.

As a worldwide vintage motorcycle parts supplier they have recently expanded their offerings with a new website z1parts.net and a new larger facility at 1621 S. Rancho Santa Fe Road Suite C in San Marcos, CA .

Z1 Parts specializes in vintage Japanese Motorcycle parts for models like the Kawasaki Z1 900, KZ900, KZ1000, H1 and H2 Triples, Honda CB750, Suzuki GT750 and more which can save customers up to 50% off compared to other dealers, as well as access to hard-to-find vintage Japanese parts and accessories.

Z1 Parts has a long history as a leader in the Japanese motorcycling world. In fact, Kawasaki launched their new Vulcan model in 1996 at the previous Route 66 Classic Motorcycles location in Oceanside, CA. They currently offer about 300 Vintage Japanese Motorcycle Parts on the new Z1Parts.net website.

Z1 Parts carries a wide variety of parts for air, fuel, body, frame, decals, controls, electrical, gaskets, motor parts, rubber parts, seat covers and complete seats.

They have many of the necessities for restoring your favorite vintage bikes including:

  • Z1 Complete Seat – Reproduction Z1 900 complete seat
  • H2 Complete Seat – Reproduction H2 750 Triple
  • H1 500 & H2 750 Triples Complete Wiring Harness

Z1Parts offers the highest quality aftermarket motorcycle restoration parts at extremely competitive prices. They ship worldwide and offer a 100% unconditional satisfaction guarantee with a ‘no questions asked’ return policy.

They welcome all dealers, wholesalers and distributors to preview their expanded selection online or in-store.

Z1Parts has been family owned and operated for over 20 years, "I love everything about this business, especially keeping my customers happy with great products at great prices," said owner Tanner Talat.

You can contact them at www.z1parts.net or 760-591-4118.

Ron Lieback
Ron Lieback
One of the few moto journalists based on the East Coast, Ron Lieback joined the motorcycle industry as a freelancer in 2007, and is currently Online Editor at Ultimate Motorcycling.

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