Nick's Custom Cycles

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  • 721 Lebanon Ave

    Williamstown, NJ 08094

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  • 856-629-3338

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I've been going to Nick's for about 5 years for parts/advice for my 87 1100 sportster. She was a bit bastardized before I got her she's taught me more than I wanted to learn about motorcycle mechanics. The team at Nick's is always happy

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I've been going to Nick's for about 5 years for parts/advice for my 87 1100 sportster. She was a bit bastardized before I got her she's taught me more than I wanted to learn about motorcycle mechanics. The team at Nick's is always happy

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Nick's is the best Harley place for parts, service, advice, custom fabrication, handicapped customization, or just a great place to ride to. The antiques show room is awesome. Coming up on 50 years in the business Nick has seen a lot.

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Nick's is the best Harley place for parts, service, advice, custom fabrication, handicapped customization, or just a great place to ride to. The antiques show room is awesome. Coming up on 50 years in the business Nick has seen a lot.

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I went in there looking for a set of take-off shocks for a Road King. The going rate for them on eBay is $60-80. I was hoping to support a local place and avoid eBay though. They had a HUGE pile of these shocks there and when I asked how much, he tells me $175!!! Then I was told that the reason those shocks are so much is that the particular one's I was holding came off a very low mileage bike. What a bunch of BS! I brought the shocks to the counter out of a huge mountain of shocks with the same part number (and no serial number) meaning there was no way for him to know what bike those came off of or how many miles were on them. My guess is that they take advantage of a lot of people who don't know what the parts are actually worth, the same people who are used to getting bent over by the Harley dealer. Look for your parts elsewhere!

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I went in there looking for a set of take-off shocks for a Road King. The going rate for them on eBay is $60-80. I was hoping to support a local place and avoid eBay though. They had a HUGE pile of these shocks there and when I asked how much, he tells me $175!!! Then I was told that the reason those shocks are so much is that the particular one's I was holding came off a very low mileage bike. What a bunch of BS! I brought the shocks to the counter out of a huge mountain of shocks with the same part number (and no serial number) meaning there was no way for him to know what bike those came off of or how many miles were on them. My guess is that they take advantage of a lot of people who don't know what the parts are actually worth, the same people who are used to getting bent over by the Harley dealer. Look for your parts elsewhere!

Pros: Lot's of selection

Cons: Ridiculous prices

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when i lived in NJ i visited nicks often and bought many parts to build my chopper his advice served me well since that time i have moved to south carolina and cant find anything close to his shop so im stuck without the parts or knowledge to finish building my chopper it has been many years since i started my project and im am stymied without his help and parts knowledge

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when i lived in NJ i visited nicks often and bought many parts to build my chopper his advice served me well since that time i have moved to south carolina and cant find anything close to his shop so im stuck without the parts or knowledge to finish building my chopper it has been many years since i started my project and im am stymied without his help and parts knowledge

Pros: experience invaluble

Cons: distance

 

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