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Postby silverfox » Mon Mar 20, 2017 12:08 am

Has anyone used parts geek online? Ive been on there looking and they show to have alot of replacement parts in stock for 1st and 2nd gen rodeos. Just curious if they have good quality parts and if their in stock availability is accurate online...
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Re: parts geek

Postby mudoilngears » Mon Mar 20, 2017 11:40 am

I haven't personally, but the other day I saw over on the Isuzu Trader Facebook page, that someone ordered a turn signal switch from there, and it was OEM, so it must work!
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Re: parts geek

Postby silverfox » Mon Mar 20, 2017 11:49 am

mudoilngears wrote:I haven't personally, but the other day I saw over on the Isuzu Trader Facebook page, that someone ordered a turn signal switch from there, and it was OEM, so it must work!


I know by searching around on there they have pretty decent prices and amazingly they show to have all of the parts I plan to buy new on my tranny swap in stock...I was surprised by them showing to have flywheel, clutch set, master and slave all in stock for a 93 rodeo...everywhere else ive looked online has been 6-8 weeks out or not available...ive been looking for a K&N filter too and nowhere has them in stock and no one even listed a part number except these guys so I took that and went to K&N's site and low and behold they show to have it in stock too.
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Re: parts geek

Postby Von » Mon Mar 20, 2017 4:18 pm

A fella at work uses them a lot. Loves them. A lot. Says anyone who doesn't get their parts from them is a fool. A FOOL I say!!

I see them a lot on my parts searches but so far they haven't beaten the RockAuto/Amazon/eBay Triumvirate.
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Re: parts geek

Postby totten » Sun Mar 26, 2017 11:46 am

. :alien: I buy autozone or rockauto .Have not tried part geek
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