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Where to order parts from ??

Gonna order some parts in the next couple days here. Just looking for some input on good places to order from.

Was thinking if get the rad and fuel tank from summit.

But here's a list of what I need

- oil pan
- oil pan gasket
- oil cooler rebuild kit
- dipstick oring
- starter
- power steering pump
- radiator
- rear fuel tank
- turbo oring and gasket kit



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Well I'm always a big supporter of supporting your local economy first so I'd say go to the closests locally owned supply place first and order everything thru them. Dollars spent locally are dollars well spent and keep your neighbors employeed.

For the o rings tho I'd call bob at dieselorings.

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Well I'm always a big supporter of supporting your local economy first so I'd say go to the closests locally owned supply place first and order everything thru them. Dollars spent locally are dollars well spent and keep your neighbors employeed.

For the o rings tho I'd call bob at dieselorings.
Well a radiator at my local place is 450. Can get it online for 195. Same with the rear tank. It's twice as a much...




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1995 F350 7.3l
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240,000km
DIY Intake
3.5"dp to 5" straight pipe
99 Turbo and Spyder
6" Lift
37" BFG KM2's
Harley Davidson Leather buckets
Grant Steering Wheel
Autometer Gauges Pryo,Boost
CB Radio
Custom Bumper(built it myself)
Clear Headlights (black background)
Black Grille and Headlight Trim

Soon to come

Custom Rear Bumper
Headache Rack
6.0l intercooler (already have one just need to pipe it)
rosewood stage 1's
custom tunes


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Oil pan will come with gasket maker (no actual gasket) and i believe they are dealer only. Try dieselorings.com for the rest. I have ordered from there and had great luck

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We have a couple of dealers in our Supporting Vendor list too - They offer discounts.

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Gonna order some parts in the next couple days here. Just looking for some input on good places to order from.

Was thinking if get the rad and fuel tank from summit.

But here's a list of what I need

- oil pan Rock Auto $93.79 part# FP20A
- oil pan gasket no longer available, silicone RTV
- oil cooler rebuild kit Rock Auto $41.99 Part#904224
- dipstick oring Diesel Orings $3.99 part#8-010
- starter Napa Lifetime SD Starter $154 part#449292
- power steering pump Rock Auto Reman w/res $69.29 Part#36816384
- radiator Rock Auto $160.99 Part#CU1725
- rear fuel tank Bronco Graveyard 33gal. $105 part#30217
- turbo oring and gasket kit Diesel Orings $6 Part#9-003
See my comments above...

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Unlike the seemingly universal dislike of local dealers I have a really good rapport with my dealer. They will always meet or beat anyone's prices and are willing to spend time helping me find the parts that I want. Of course they know that if I am asking about something that takes a lot of work or research that I'm going to buy the part or have the work done.

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