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Old 08-18-2012, 09:52 PM   #1
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Your favorite place for Jeep parts?

I'm still in the process of searching for my Jeep but want to get a collection of bookmarks for parts and accessories for when the time comes.
So, if ya'll could post up what places you like to buy your parts from (and why, if there's a specific reason) it would be helpful.
Also, suggestions of places with free catalogs for parts and acc's for Jeeps to browse (they make for good reading on the throne ).

Thanks for the info!
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Old 08-18-2012, 09:56 PM   #2
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Quadratec.has loads.of stuff

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Old 08-18-2012, 10:52 PM   #3
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I have ordered from both Quadratech and Four-Wheel-Drive Hardware, and have gotten good service and decent prices from each of them.
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Old 08-18-2012, 10:54 PM   #4
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Old 08-18-2012, 10:56 PM   #5
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Both places are great with excellent customer service. Quadratec offers free shipping if you contact on the forum. I have also used know where to jeep and found their CS to be awesome as well. Keep posting the good places to shop!
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Both places are great with excellent customer service. Quadratec offers free shipping if you contact on the forum. I have also used know where to jeep and found their CS to be awesome as well. Keep posting the good places to shop!
Wait they told you places to wheel?
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SavvyOffroad.com
Rokmen.com
ClaytonOffroad.com
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Quadratec is my Walmart. Sometimes you just have to go there.
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Old 08-19-2012, 12:51 PM   #8
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Wait they told you places to wheel?
Made me laugh!

I found the site by accident while looking for a deep trans pan for my 32rh. They have a lot of good deals.

Knowwheretojeep.com
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Old 08-19-2012, 12:52 PM   #9
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Morris 4x4 or quadratec
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Old 08-19-2012, 01:02 PM   #10
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For new factory replacement parts, I use either Mopar Parts America or Jeepsareus.com.

If I want a used factory part, there's a huge jeep salvage yard in my state called Olympic 4x4. They also sell new parts. Olympic 4x4 Supply | For all your Jeep, truck and offroad needs

Another jeep salvage yard I used when I was in North Carolina was Eastern Automotive: Eastern Automotive

In Southern California, they have another jeep salvage yard called Scotty's Jeep, but I've found them to be a little pricey.
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In Texas there is Collins brothers, they have every thing from soup to nuts. A little expensive but if you need it they have it, they have a huge boneyard.
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Old 08-20-2012, 05:43 AM   #12
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I used these guys in the Midwest (Indiana). Matt helped me out he knew his stuff http://midwestjeeps.com/

Prices are ok. Shipping is prob avg. it's convenient for me since I live in indpls.
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I've had good luck with www.daveysjeeps.com with salvage parts, and jeep4x4center.com (Morris 4x4), Quadratec.com, and 4wd Hardware for new parts.

Also found some great deals by watching the "For Sale" threads on this site.
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Old 08-20-2012, 08:31 PM   #17
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Just spent March, April and May accessorizing my new Jeep. Looked at the all the sites and ordered from many different ones. What I found is that Quadratec has the best web site. Easy to navigate and simple to find what you are looking for, Quadratec gets my vote. Now, they did not always have the best price, plus their shipping can be outrageous at times. What I liked was they always had things in stock and ready to ship. Again, there are others with lower prices and maybe lower shipping, but overall Quad gets my look the first time when looking to buy.
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I've used Quadratec. But you would be suprised that if you look that same part up on Amazon.com you can find it normally for $20-$30 cheaper and sometimes even a better deal than that. Most peopel dont think to look on Amazon when it comes to parts ect......but again, you would be suprised.
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I've used Quadratec. But you would be suprised that if you look that same part up on Amazon.com you can find it normally for $20-$30 cheaper and sometimes even a better deal than that. Most peopel dont think to look on Amazon when it comes to parts ect......but again, you would be suprised.
X2 with amazon Iook at prices on the different sites then check amazon just ordered a bikini top and header channel from amazon, they even have a jeep page. Sometimes free shipping and 6 months same as cash with amazon card. They had the best price when I bought my slimlites
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For new factory replacement parts, I use either Mopar Parts America or Jeepsareus.com.

If I want a used factory part, there's a huge jeep salvage yard in my state called Olympic 4x4. They also sell new parts. Olympic 4x4 Supply | For all your Jeep, truck and offroad needs

Another jeep salvage yard I used when I was in North Carolina was Eastern Automotive: Eastern Automotive

In Southern California, they have another jeep salvage yard called Scotty's Jeep, but I've found them to be a little pricey.
Scotty's went out of business. Everyone thought the same of them.

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