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Old 07-10-18, 09:29 AM
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Besides eBay?
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Old 07-10-18, 12:34 PM
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Probably not but the price difference won't be large, google the part numbers and find the best deal. On Ebay as a source be careful there are loads fakes out there right down to the printing on the box.
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Old 07-10-18, 07:33 PM
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Yeah im always leery about using eBay except for little used stuff. Thanks.
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Definitely not the cheapest. If you're only ordering a few parts the shipping will kill any savings.
I always cross shop the part number through eBay, Amazon, and other online resellers before placing an order.
CheapestFactoryParts.com seems to have the most competitive rates for Toyota/Lexus parts.
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Originally Posted by MrBooby View Post
Definitely not the cheapest. If you're only ordering a few parts the shipping will kill any savings.
I always cross shop the part number through eBay, Amazon, and other online resellers before placing an order.
CheapestFactoryParts.com seems to have the most competitive rates for Toyota/Lexus parts.
Never heard of that site. Thank you.
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there are tons of toyota dealerships that sell parts cheap
if the part is a toyota part - you can find it cheaper than lexuspartsnow
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Originally Posted by heidihidin View Post
there are tons of toyota dealerships that sell parts cheap
if the part is a toyota part - you can find it cheaper than lexuspartsnow
This always confused me....does Toyota sell every ES part or just certain things?
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Originally Posted by funcrusher View Post
This always confused me....does Toyota sell every ES part or just certain things?
Toyota will sell any part for your Lexus that happen to be in one or more Toyota models. Lexus specific parts you have to get a Lexus dealer BUT there are exceptions, at least in Canada. The situation may be different in other countries.
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My Lexus dealer almost matches the lexusonline parts website. Sometimes, I just go there so that I can get the part quickly and have a place to return it. Ironically, the Toyota dealer in Oklahoma City charges almost twice as much for the same part. I like Eskridge Lexus.
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Originally Posted by ES300TX View Post
My Lexus dealer almost matches the lexusonline parts website. Sometimes, I just go there so that I can get the part quickly and have a place to return it. Ironically, the Toyota dealer in Oklahoma City charges almost twice as much for the same part. I like Eskridge Lexus.
A local dealer that matches online prices is one to cherish, luck you!
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Originally Posted by Lexus2000 View Post
Toyota will sell any part for your Lexus that happen to be in one or more Toyota models. Lexus specific parts you have to get a Lexus dealer BUT there are exceptions, at least in Canada. The situation may be different in other countries.
I just got a condenser for my ES for $130 from Toyota! Lexus wanted $400.
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Lexuspartsnow, like some other 3rd party sellers, has many parts diagrams that look like they were drawn with crayons by a 3rd grader. I ordered some small parts(clips) that were almost unrecognizable. They were wrong upon delivery. Too expensive/trouble to return. Oh well...
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Yeah those diagrams suck! I usually try to get the part number from the dealer and then start comparing prices from online and Toyota dealer. The clips and small stuff are just worth paying a few dollars more and getting them from a dealer. It's to hard to verify if they're right online.
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https://www.rockauto.com

check this web site I think it's the cheapest
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Rockauto sells mostly aftermarket parts.
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