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Where to purchase gears

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by broc944, Feb 23, 2006.

  1. broc944

    broc944 1/2 ton status

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    Can anyone point me in the right direction to purchase a set of 5.13's for a 14bff. Called Randy's and they are back ordered till May. At this point in time I just want a quality set, that I am not paying way to much for.
     
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    Unless you can find someone that has a set, you are pretty much looking at having to wait a little while.

    We are a dealer for Randy's and I can tell you that they have been back ordered for awhile now.
     
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    Try Reider Racing.
     
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    Just gave them a call, $265.95 for Precision Gear, seems a bit steep, but then I want to be ready to go once the snow melts.
     
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    I ordered them from Reider, their price was not that far out of my budget, customer service was great, and they had them in stock. After re-reading all the posts on Pirate about Yukon, I figured I would stay away from them. This way at least I know what I am getting. Thanks for the advice trailblazer81, sure helped me out.:bow:
     
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    No problem. Tho I never had problems with my Yukon's. Ive also used Richmond and Motive. The Motive's whined just a little while coasting but that wuz the Hacks who installed 'em. From now on Im doing my own!! Ive paid for this crap too long.
     
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    Check Dunks in the Vendor section or with PORC over on the PBB... They both listed them recently as being in stock with limited quantities... And I think PORC's were Precision and cheaper than what you listed.
     
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    Story of my life, I go out and buy something, and after the fact the deals come knocking at my door.
     
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