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Parts sourcing here in the mountains #1333249 Sun Nov 10 2019 11:23 PM
Joined: Oct 2018
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Bwana-Jim Offline OP
Chief Bottle Washer
Hello Rocky Mountain Bolters,

I'd like to source parts closer to Boise, Idaho for 47-53 3100, as freight costs seem to be mounting up. Yes I use Fastenal...

Is there anyone around that can restore a front grill. It doesn't have to be chrome, painted is fine. I live in Boise.

Thanks in advance!


Last edited by Rusty Rod; Tue Nov 12 2019 06:44 PM. Reason: Please make a post in the swap meet area pertaining to selling or trading parts. thanks.
Re: Parts sourcing here in the mountains [Re: Bwana-Jim] #1333493 Tue Nov 12 2019 06:48 PM
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Hello Jim, please note that selling is not allowed in any forum other than the swapmeet area.
But to answer your question, I have been using Craigslist and Facebooks "Market place" with some success. then there is Ebay, but you still need to pay for shipping if they are not close.
Fortunately we have the swapmeet forum for parts, and a forum related to shipping stuff here and there.

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