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Any recommandation for vendors selling Genuine Toyota parts at good prices in the U.S.?

They must accept oders by phone/online with cheap shipping.

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u know shipping oem parts is just another added cost. especially if your looking for engine parts...plus u have to worry about the core charge.

if you really need to stick with oem i'd recommend going to junkyards for replacement parts or browsing the forums here.

maybe u can consider aftermarket? depending on what part u need..i.e. mechanical parts - aftermarket is very reliable

http://www.irontoad.com/t_home.htm
if you really need just oem parts. these guys are located in pa. ups shipping, 800 number, fax, email..i ordered a small part once and they were pretty good...its just i could have gone to a junkyard and got a better deal :rolleyes:
 

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Ikon said:
u know shipping oem parts is just another added cost. especially if your looking for engine parts...plus u have to worry about the core charge.

if you really need to stick with oem i'd recommend going to junkyards for replacement parts or browsing the forums here.

maybe u can consider aftermarket? depending on what part u need..i.e. mechanical parts - aftermarket is very reliable

http://www.irontoad.com/t_home.htm
if you really need just oem parts. these guys are located in pa. ups shipping, 800 number, fax, email..i ordered a small part once and they were pretty good...its just i could have gone to a junkyard and got a better deal :rolleyes:
Thank you for great suggestions.
Of course I am trying to save money as much as I can but I don't know where/how to find a junkyard in my area. Any suggestion?
I live in Orange county, California.

I am looking for a replacement intake pipe.
 

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Might try "toyota parts for u"......in search. I've bought a few things from them. Not 'blistering' deals, but if you shop, they beat the dealerships on alot of stuff.
MCTOY
 

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knell2 said:
Thank you for great suggestions.
Of course I am trying to save money as much as I can but I don't know where/how to find a junkyard in my area. Any suggestion?
I live in Orange county, California.

I am looking for a replacement intake pipe.
Tap Recycling - They are in Cali (Rancho Cordova)

http://www.taprecycling.com

You can also try www.car-part.com
 
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