Best Parts Websites?

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  1. AdaBada

    AdaBada Well-Known Member

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    What's your go-to spot(s) for parts? Enquiring FABO's want to know!
    I'm kinda beginner but here's my take so far;
    ebay = sometimes
    year one = $$$
    rock = good luck (did find rear window molding tho)
     
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  2. pishta

    pishta I know I'm right....

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    I like Rock because there are pics, then I usually grab the part number and head to Ebay, but they rarely are cheaper than the Rock assuming you get the right piece in the box....I got a complete timing set for a mazda B2000 for $16. That included both chains (oil pump is driven off crank with seperate chain) 2 guides, and both cogs as well as the ratchet tensioner with gaskets to boot! The part number was one off from just the chain (Had K for kit after part number) and it was on Rock for $16 right next to the chain itself for $16. I had to look up the K part 3 times on the internet to confirm it was the entire kit. Where else can you find wheel cylinders for $2.34 at close out?
     
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    • RustyRatRod

      RustyRatRod Bla de blizhibliz de blatde blizi bla bla FABO Gold Member

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      Mancini is good for Mopar specific parts.
       
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