Where do you buy your Truck accessories from?

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  1. popsnbeer

    popsnbeer New Member

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    I see people frown on 4wheelparts.com and others.

    Where is everyone else buying their stuff (lifts, tires, bumpers, lockers, etc.)?
     
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    IslanderOffRoad Do you even lift kit? OT Supporter

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    I shop around obsessively looking for the best deal.

    I buy alot of shit secondhand off craigslist and message boards (got new seats, axles, front bumper, and a few other parts this way)

    I also buy alot of shit through vendor supporters on NAXJA (Fullsize XJ gear for example, bought my lift from them)

    Tires from hi-techretreading.com, wheels from a local shop that gave me the best deal.

    There is no be all, end all shop to buy from. I've bought from 4wp when I need something in a pinch, and on occasion they have a decent deal, but if you're using them as a one stop shop you better stop at Rite Aid on the way and buy some lube.
     
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    lol...I figured as much. It would be nice to have a dealer who can give everything at best prices, like NewEgg for computers (not always the best deal, but good on most parts).
     
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    autoanything.com
     
  6. RCars2

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    You aren't going to find anything like newegg for trucks really, unless you own a jeep and then you got quadratec.

    If you are looking for parts for axles, just start browsing sites that sell jeep parts. For lifts, convert everything to leafs and solid axles and fab it yourself :bigthumb:
     
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    IslanderOffRoad Do you even lift kit? OT Supporter

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    Even quadratec is not the deal it used to be.
     
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    Aint it the truth. They dont seem to carry anywhere near what they used to and half the stuff they have makes it seem like a pep boys for jeeps. But they do carry alot of accessories that you dont normally find elsewhere so its not all bad.
     

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