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Discussion in '1973-1991 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by ONE2PLAY, Oct 2, 2000.

  1. ONE2PLAY

    ONE2PLAY Registered Member

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    Can anybody tell me a good site for accessories such as dashes and door panels for a 89 blazer.
     
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  4. ONE2PLAY

    ONE2PLAY Registered Member

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    Thanks
     
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    yup. you could build a $50,000 blazer from the ground up with their catalog[​IMG]
    ONE2PLAY you need to fill out your BIO because depending on where you live, I may be able to refer you to local places that carry ALL the same parts as LMC, but at much lower prices, and you don't have to pay shipping![​IMG]
    I know of 2 or 3 here in Phoenix, AZ.
     
  6. ONE2PLAY

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    I'm from Bakersfield Ca
     
  7. talldogg

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    Scooby, what about San Diego, thanks.

    It's not what you buy, it's what you build!
     
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    I have found out the hard way that LMC doesn't have everything to build a rig, for instance if you have a manual crank rear window that you want to repair, they have the hand crank but you need ot find the rest of the parts elsewhere, I am going through the local Chevy dealer and am getting pretty good prices. I just wish that I had checked with them before ordering some of the things from LMC, turns out that their prices are similar but I don't have to pay shipping[​IMG]
    Dan

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    paddockparts.com and yearone.com have some great things too.
    Dan

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    The best way to find these places are to go to car shows that are put on by local clubs, they are usually held at community colleges, and have swap meets, these smaller privately owned companies always have booths there.
    One place I have used ALOT here in Arizona is "ARROWHEAD TRUCK PARTS" they specialize in 47' to 80' Chevy/GMC trucks
    1-800-821-9291, or local Az 623-486-1618.
    I have never found anything LMC has that they don't, and they are ALWAYS cheaper.
    I know I have some business cards from similar companies that were based in Cal. I will find them at home tonight, and post them tomorrow.
     
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