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Parts are readily available for the L200 not that it's really needed I've had my Sportero for 7 years and so far no major issues I have only done normal servicing and changed recommended based on the service manual. To date suspension has no issues even though I do minor off roading with it. Only issue so far is the paint on the trim of the door handles inside have worn out.civic minded wrote:everyone i talked too , telling me the same thing - buying a L200 - parts hard to find, and expensive. But tell me if i am wrong but isnt the L200 parts more accessible in the bamboo cause its japanese??When i had my ranger i bought the oem parts from Roc and i always saw advertised the Sportero..is it that the Sportero parts different to the L200 - parts i am reffering to are like Clutch plate, bushings, sensors and oil change stuff like filters etc.??
m and r imports wrote:Morning folks where Can I get the two flexible brake lines for the rear of the L200 sportero, they are about 15inches each with two female ends
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