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Parts, Supplies, Odds And Ends..... Where To Find Such Items.

lets pin this ALAN!!!!!

 

 

basically a list of where you guys can find parts, supplies, tools, ETC.

 

ill start...

 

 

www.racetronix.biz

for fuel injection components, from injectors, to pumps, to fittings,

 

 

www.mcmaster.com

for all the odds and ends, like sleeving, bolts, nuts, tape, anything under the moon ( seriously)

 

 

http://www.onlinemetals.com/

materials, ie steel, aluminum plastic etc. since theyre in the US its cheaper for you guys.

 

http://www.vibrantpe...ce.com/main.php

all fabrication components, as well as braided hose, cats, mufflers etc.

 

pm me if you need anything from here.

 

 

Silicoln hose to connect CAI and such.

http://www.siliconei...a9ea5864e1a0a45

 

I buy my belts from these guys, they carry Dayco products.

http://www.jbr17llc.com/5080445.html

 

Used take off parts, use at own risk. I have never ordered from this guy and I have heard about a few pissed off customers so....

http://www.takeoffau...ger20082010.htm

 

 

Cheapest dodge parts online I could find when I ordered my differential. Fast shipping and excellent communication.

 

http://wermopar.com

 

I like these guys for good service and price.

http://www.lyonsperformance.com/

 

what it sounds like...

http://intakehoses.com/

 

I'd recommend these guys for mail order wheels and tires. Ask for Macario in the San Jose store. Good prices and good service / turnaround

http://caliwheels.com/

 

 

 

 

http://www.raceparts...s.com/index.asp

http://www.meziere.com/default.aspx

http://www.goodfabs.com/

http://www.competiti...com/default.asp

http://www.burnsstai....com/INDEX.aspx

http://vibrantperfor...cPath=1022_1125

www.mscdirect.com/

 

http://www.dragparts.com/

http://www.hyperfuels.com/

http://www.thumpracing.com/chrysler.htm

http://www.shop.speedunlimited.com/

http://www.saferacer.com/

http://www.pstds.com/index.htm

http://pitstopusa.com/

http://www.pitproducts.com/

http://www.swracecars.com/index.aspx

http://store.jpcracing.com/

https://www.race-mart.com/

http://www.magnumforce.com/

http://www.biondoracing.com/DelayBoxes.shtml#ZZZ

http://www.rjracecars.com/

http://www.billetanything.com/

https://www.dodgeparts.com/index.php

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ill post up more as i remember them

 

feel free to post up guys.

 

think this will help us out greatly.

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Join a few of the forums like www.yellowbullet.com or www.promodified.us or several others where there is tons of sources with great information by experienced users/racers who do some serious builds. Use their search function to not only find sources but learn what users think about the products as well.

 

For example:

http://www.raceparts...s.com/index.asp

http://www.meziere.com/default.aspx

http://www.goodfabs.com/

http://www.competiti...com/default.asp

http://www.burnsstai....com/INDEX.aspx

http://vibrantperfor...cPath=1022_1125

www.mscdirect.com/

 

And don't forget Summit Racing or Jeg's too!

 

Personally I like to ask experienced racers at the track about supplier information. Some don't even have a website - just sell based on their reputations and performance word of mouth.

 

The list could be endless. Just like modding your car can be.

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Guys if you could put the type of parts with the links it would really help. :)

 

Silicoln hose to connect CAI and such.

http://www.siliconei...a9ea5864e1a0a45

 

I buy my belts from these guys, they carry Dayco products.

http://www.jbr17llc.com/5080445.html

 

Used take off parts, use at own risk. I have never ordered from this guy and I have heard about a few pissed off customers so....

http://www.takeoffau...ger20082010.htm

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Great idea, M. Like I said in my pm, your job gets you the goods...

 

I like these guys for good service and price.

http://www.lyonsperformance.com/

 

what it sounds like...

http://intakehoses.com/

 

I'd recommend these guys for mail order wheels and tires. Ask for Macario in the San Jose store. Good prices and good service / turnaround

http://caliwheels.com/

 

 

HemiSam

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Fasteners, lots of off the shelf automotive stuff and lots of AN stuff too. If the hardhware isn't made in the USA they list it as such. Increadabley fast shippers with cheap shipping. If they are out of stock on an item, they ship you what they have, send you and email to let you know it's out of stock then ship it on their dime when it comes in.

 

Can't say enough good things about these guys.

 

Allen's Fasteners ---> http://www.allensfasteners.com

 

 

Careful. The place is dangerous. It's easy to end up with 300 bucks in your cart in no time :)

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If it's a Logo'd assembly or component I'm a grinder on kybd for lowest delivered price. Somehow THMotorsports is always at or very close to the bottom price wise but their free shipping on over $100 and no tax (to me) usually makes it a wrap. On top of that they throw you a 2% off code with first order for future use.

 

http://thmotorsports.com/

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