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henry hogben's shop

Postby 10gener » Wed Oct 03, 2012 3:22 pm

greetings,can anybody please share some information on whoever took over henry hogbens shop at la salette ontario,i.am here in the philippines and currently trying to restore a monza jr and i need some essential parts,i bought some parts from him when i was in canada last 2010,but unfortunately i heard he passed away, my daughter in mississauga have tried to call the store's phone number but to no avail,i would appreciate it very much and will be grateful for any information and assistance (gener hernandez,san pablo city,phil)
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Re: henry hogben's shop

Postby 4theloveofducati » Wed Oct 03, 2012 7:57 pm

The property is owned by Stew, who also bought the property and all the 4-stroke parts. His friend Dan purchased all of the 2-stroke parts.
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Re: henry hogben's shop

Postby Bern » Sun Oct 07, 2012 1:07 pm

Try Rick at tinduc@niagara.com. He has a basement full of singles parts. Not too sure about a Monza but you never know.
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Re: henry hogben's shop

Postby 4theloveofducati » Sun Oct 07, 2012 5:20 pm

Bern wrote:Try Rick at tinduc@niagara.com. He has a basement full of singles parts. Not too sure about a Monza but you never know.


That's good too.... If he replies.... Lol
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Re: henry hogben's shop

Postby markk900 » Tue Oct 09, 2012 7:28 am

If you are in the Phillipines then try Phil @ Road and Race in Australia. He's got a ton of stuff that will help you.


www.roadandrace.com.au
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Re: henry hogben's shop

Postby 10gener » Wed Oct 31, 2012 7:14 am

4theloveofducati wrote:The property is owned by Stew, who also bought the property and all the 4-stroke parts. His friend Dan purchased all of the 2-stroke parts.


dear sirs,
i'm really at a loss,how to contact the guy (STEW),please, please,with all due respect,i really need a set of new piston for my monza,its the only thing that lacks to have the bike running and i'm not comfortable buying from ebay,besides its more confident buying from a canadian!,and also cheaper!,will really,really appreciate some new information on how to contact Mr. STEW.
cheers and regards
gener
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Re: henry hogben's shop

Postby The Goochman » Wed Oct 31, 2012 5:57 pm

Markk gives good advice. Buy from Road and Race. Phil Hitchcock is one of the good guys! I can often get parts from him faster and cheaper than I can get them in North America (or my local Ducati Dealer).

Don't be afraid to go international.

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