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Old 09-28-10, 11:24 AM   #1
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I have 100 dollar gift certificate to Lexus and also 100 gift card to Sears auto. What should I get with them for my lexus? Floor mats since winter is coming up? is250/350 shift ****?
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I got my is350 shift **** for $20 in the classifieds section.
I wouldn't waste a $100 gift card on that, stealership will gladly sell you a $20-$50 shift **** for $100 no problem...

I'd use the gift card for oil change
$100 is good enough for at least 3 oil changes (assuming lexus charges under $40 for oil change)

Sears auto gift card, hummm looking through their online site, I don't think would put anything from sears in my car. That's just me though. But yeah floormats is a good idea, or try to get some tools, does it have to be from sears auto? Maybe try to get stuff from the tool section. Actually i see you can get air intakes and some stuff like that.
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Ditto on lexus gift card^. Use towards maintenance...Lexus goods at the dealership are all overpriced! Unless you don't care....get whatever.

Sears has legit tools. Get any craftsmen tools...lifetime warranty.
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Bushings for the arms are always needed, but IDK if the IS bushings are sold without the arms at Lexus (They aren't on the SC).

Buy floormats otherwise.
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FLOOR MATS FTW! agree'd on the lexus giftcard for maintenance cost.
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i would go with floor mats or some other sort of accessories from lexus or maintenance from them, just make sure not to tell the you have a $100 gift card until you go to pick your car up and receive the bill first lol. for sears i would deff look for some nice sales on some good craftsman tools, can't beat a lifetime warranty on them for the price, but the lifetime warranty is only for residential use not commercial, but who says you gotta tell them what you use them for lol.
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from Lexus; I'd get a case of T-IV and a bottle of antifreeze. Can never have too much of those.

from Sears; Is that for service only or can you use it on tools? I'd get tools if that was an option. If not, do they offer a lifetime alignment? or
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