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What name brand products do you shop for?

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by 2High4U, Jan 25, 2006.

  1. 2High4U

    2High4U 1/2 ton status

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    I was wondering what name brand products like sony etc.. that are bought the most from ck5 members. It could be anything from car and truck parts to printers really anything.

    Im thinking of setting up my account here as a vendor at some point in time and would like to know what people want and what is available for me to get.

    Hooking up fellows K5ers would be a good thing for me to do due to all the help and support of its members during my first few weeks and throughout my membership.

    Thank you CK5!
     
  2. Chevy305

    Chevy305 6 Lug 14bsf Status Premium Member GMOTM Winner

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    I like Trans-Dapt, ARP, Holley(or any of its sister companies), K&N. Also I think HP makes the best printers.
     
  3. 1-ton

    1-ton 1/2 ton status Premium Member

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    When it comes to truck parts I like

    SkyJacker
    SuperLift
    Tuff Country
    Warn
    Interco
    GM Performance Parts
    Crane Cams
    Holley
    Edelborock
    Headman
    ARP
     
  4. Thunder

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    What ever is good quality. And most importantly. CHEAP!!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
  5. Robert79K5

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    Since it can be anything.. I like..

    Carhartt
    AC Delco
    HP (for printers/plotters only not cpu's)
    sketchers for general shoe needs
    Molson beer

    Used to get Georgia brand boots untill I noticed the tag on mine says "made in Taiwan" :mad:
     
  6. 1-tonmudder

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    The brands I look at first and usually buy.

    Precision Gear
    Detriot locker
    Offroad Design
    Super Swampers for the truck
    BFG's for the wifes car
    Nokia cell phones
    Kodak digital cameras
    GM trucks,Nissan or Honda cars.
    Wolverine Boots
     
  7. nvrenuf

    nvrenuf NONE shall pass! Premium Member

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    Dana
    GM
    Honda
    Off Road Design
    Standard Ignition
    Felpro
    Wix
    Timken
    BCA
    Gates
     
  8. 74757685k5

    74757685k5 1/2 ton status

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    Location:
    montana
    COKE
    CHEVY
    INTERCO
    HOLLEY
    EDELBROC
    FORD
    DODGE
    DEWALT
    DELTA
    CRAFTSMAN
    SNAPON
    BFGOODRICH
    TUFFCOUNTRY
    FLOWMASTER
    ALPINE
    ROCKFORD FOSGATE
    KENWOOD ''excellon only""
    JL audio
    KICKER
    BEST TOP
    MICKY THOMPSON
     
  9. jekbrown

    jekbrown I am CK5 Premium Member GMOTM Winner Author

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    Carhartt- tough clothes
    Canon- printers / cameras
    H&K- guns
    Danners- best boots you can get
    Cabelas- tough/warm outdoors clothes
    DIY4x4- 4x4 parts, especially custom stuff
    WMS- 4x4 parts, DCA, 3:1 etc
    Craftsman- tools
    Harbor Freight- cheaper tools :grin:
    Interco- tires
    Mossberg- cheap shotguns
    Onkyo- HTIB
    Nyquil- best night-time cold stuff ever!
    Vicoden- as Dr. House says "I don't have a pain management problem, I have a pain problem."
    New Process / New Venture- tcase's
    High Angle Driveline- best shafts you can get.
    Yukon- best value in gears/shafts/joints
    WFO Concepts- best value in D60 steering stuff.
    Firewire- the shizzle in PC interconnectivity
    Epson- scanners
    Charleston Chew- best candybar EVER! :grin:
    Art Carr- best shifter you can get
    Leatherman- multitools
    Swiss Army Knives- for more delicate work...

    Im sure there are others... I'll edit my post if I think of anything...

    j
     
  10. JK5

    JK5 1/2 ton status GMOTM Winner

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    Coke
    Denon (My sound system was bought in 87')
    Timken
    Standard
    GM Performance Parts
    Kendale Industries Inc. washers
    BFG
    Interco
    Sears
    Gates
    Wix
    Parts Master
    Dana/Spicer
    Moroso
    Holley
    Warn
    TCI
    ORD
    Edelbrock
    Hedman
    Powermaster
    B&M
     
  11. fireplug

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    Canadian suds!?

    Really? Wow. I'm surprised it's even sold down there! Is it cheaper or more expensive than local brew?
     
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    rjfguitar 3/4 ton status GMOTM Winner

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    Polaris snowmobiles and atv's

    Edge diesel tuners

    Weld Racing rims

    EDM injectors

    Bell turbo, turbos

    Rip Rook 4" & 5" exhaust

    F.A.S.S. diesel fuel systems

    AFR heads

    Stull billet accessories

    HP computer stuff
     

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