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GM Performance Part pricing on these numbers, please help

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by sled_dog, May 14, 2003.

  1. sled_dog

    sled_dog 1 ton status

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    12464482 12464484 if you work at or can easily find out prices on those part numbers for me I would be much appreciative. Working out some project stuff and they are the basis of my intake design. Need to see about how much its gonna run me.
     
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    12464482 $253.89 www.sallee-chevrolet.com
    12464484 $532.35 same web site

    if you go to that web site, when it opens up put the part # in the search box, and then click the down arrow where it says ALL FIELDS, click on PN and then click submit.

    rick
     
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    12464482 lower manifold, 502 ram jet - $260.40
    12464484 upper manifold, 502 ram jet - $546.00

    Sounds like an expensive project.

    http://www.paceparts.com
     
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    thanks, and yes it won't be cheap, lets just say the plan isn't a 4x4 motor for the k5. ok I have to asy more than that fuel injected... 2wd... 11 second dreams. We shall see if it comes to be.
     
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    www.gmpartsdirect.com should also give you pricing on those numbers, but make sure to input both numbers and go through the whole process, as shipping will bump the price up considerably.
     
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    there are a few local shops I could get them at I just wanted a general idea of price.
     
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    If your local shops are anything like mine, you are wasting your time getting prices online then heading to the dealer. Dealer doesn't even use vaseline.

    I've asked them before, they won't even attempt to match, or come close, to GMPD's prices. If you've got a REAL good relationship with the dealer, you might get them for the "middle" price, but typically Joe Blow off the street will pay full retail, which is about 50%(?) higher than what the online dealers charge.

    Even though I had a list of about $500 worth of parts, the local dealer wouldn't work with me on price, when you KNOW how much they are paying for them.
     

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