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So Chris at Ca-Cycleworks is out of the 900 Bucci timing belts (as well as OEM) and I need to get them now as I only have a small window between semesters and skiing in CO to get the valve adjustment done and the belts replaced. Can anyone recommend another good online retailer to buy these from?

Also, any advantages/disadvantages to getting the Bucci belts over the OEM belts?

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desmo times (lt snyder) sells them, as well. not sure how his prices compare to chris' as it's a moot point for me... bucci does not make the round-tooth belts for the m750 so i need to buy the full-price OEMs :'(

from what i've read, the bucci belts are of the same quality as the OEM belts.
 

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KHM said:
So Chris at Ca-Cycleworks is out of the 900 Bucci timing belts (as well as OEM) and I need to get them now as I only have a small window between semesters and skiing in CO to get the valve adjustment done and the belts replaced. Can anyone recommend another good online retailer to buy these from?

Also, any advantages/disadvantages to getting the Bucci belts over the OEM belts?

Thanks
Duc Sea or BCM should both have them. They both have great service.

Never used the Bucci belts.
 

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Thanks guys. Yeah, from what I could tell from 30 mins of searching there is no difference in quality. No reason not to get Bucci I guess.
 

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slowduc said:
actually the reason to buy them is that they are about 1/2 the price of the OEM belts [thumbsup]
... yeah... no reason NOT to get Bucci. ;)
 

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Good luck finding the Bucci belts. Everyone, that I know of, who stocks them in the US is out and it is my understanding that Bucci may have stopped making them. The OEM belts are not that much more expensive. I just paid a little over $60.00 including tax for a set at my dealer. Contact Duc-Sea, BCM or AMS.
 

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with that in mind, if you can get the bucci belts they'll do fine. i purchased mine from chris at ca-cycleworks, and they've been keeping the mill spinning on my 900 for several months without any issue.
 
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