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Buying parts from the US or CHINA 3 years 11 months ago #82944

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Repco, Super cheap, Autopro and a dozen other auto part chains will have common parts you are after.
China would be at least a month before you receive it. Just asking to return if its faulty, and you have to pay freight. Which I can tell you now is not cheap at all.
I have a Chinese radiator in mine bought locally from ebay, maybe 6 years ago.
I have a Chinese timing belt kitted fitted 3years ago bought from Bursons.
Up to you where you shop now.
Buying from anywhere over seas requires a longer wait and if faulty, best place is the bin.
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Buying parts from the US or CHINA 3 years 11 months ago #82945

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Thank you..i didnt think to check those stores..when my mechanic said it would be over $200 just for the tie rod ends and $150 for the sensor i freaked..i will check them out and hope they are cheaper ...
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