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MattNy

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I have a 07 sportsman 500 hunters edition and I'm looking for a replacement for the headlight pod, its mossy oak camo.My brother was riding it over the weekend and cracked it. does anyone know where i can order one?

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Matt

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You should be able to go right to your local dealer and order one up, There is an upper and lower half to the headlight pod so you will have to order both if you need both. Maybe one of the other FM'rs can suggest a dealer down your way, I'm not to familiar with that neck of the woods!

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Chopper City up on hwy 65 just North of 694 is pretty close. They might have it in stock or can get it for you. When you stop in there you drool on one of them $50,000 Boss Hoss Motorcycles with the 502 C.I. big block Chevy motors in it.

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Check Babbit's online [Admin Note: Please read Forum Policy before posting again. Thanks]. They offer 10% to 25% off on parts and no sales tax. You do have to pay shipping but you will still save $.

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They offer 10% to 25% off on parts and no sales tax. You do have to pay shipping but you will still save $.

It'll cost you about $75 plus shipping.

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Cheap cycle parts, Pod camo upper $39.84, pod lower $31.86.

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