Partrunner.com site


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Old 03-05-08, 05:45 AM
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Partrunner.com site

Hi All,
I have used this site in the past to find parts for my cars. The site no longer seems to actually work and I have not been able to email them since the mail system rejects everything. Question 1, anybody used this lately or actually been able to contact them? 2, does anyone know of a similar site that will send requests to hundreds of parts re-cyclers? I hope the partrunner site can be used again, it worked great and saved me thousands over the years.

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Old 03-05-08, 06:34 AM
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uneedapart.com is probably similar to what you mentioned. I haven't used it myself, but i've seen it referenced several times on here.
 
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Old 03-06-08, 04:01 PM
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Thanks much, yes, very similar. It'll do what I need I think.
 
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This is the place we always use:

Rockauto.com
 
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Old 03-07-08, 05:31 PM
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Originally Posted by Shadeladie
This is the place we always use:

Rockauto.com
That's funny. I just dropped $500.00 there this week. Brakes for my old Mazda, exhaust for my old MB and other odds and ends. Bendix rebuilt, loaded calipers for 36.00 no core charge since they were mfg discontinue. Their shipping is a bit high but real fast. The car-Part, partrunner and uneedapart sites I use for things like ABS pumps (2000 at the dealer), Idle air control valves (700 at the dealer). I take care of six cars at home. The lowest mileage one is a 58 Mercedes w/66 K, the highest and 83 MB diesel with 215K. I like my cars to be about 15 years old and higher.
 
 

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