Does anyone know where I could find parts for Diamo Scooters?

by Warren Kiefer
(The Villages, Florida USA)

I have a 2006 Diamo Velux scooter and need some mirror mounts. So far I have had no luck finding anyone dealing or supplying parts for Diamo scooters. My search has lasted for a week.

Anyone having any info at all will be very much appreciated.

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Apr 04, 2011
by: Jim Zeiser

Contact MRP and see what they can do for you. They might refer you to one their authorized dealers since they don't deal directly with the public but they could probably tell you if they have the part. Many parts are generic though so trying PFS can't hurt. MRP bought up Diamos parts when they went under.

Apr 03, 2011
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by: Kathi, Site Owner

Warren... Have you checked out That's been recommended many times here on the site. Don't know if they have what you're looking for, but might be worth a call.

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