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Josie
Posted 2012-10-09 4:24 PM (#342396)
Subject: Parts in Canada?



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Hey everyone!
Do you have a favorite place to buy parts in western Canada? Right now I'm looking for wheel cylinders and brake shoes. Shoes don't exist but can be matched up easily, I'm told. I'm finding the cylinders at Lordco, priced kinda high, or Napa down south.
Thanks for any help or suggestions.

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miquelonbrad
Posted 2012-10-10 10:17 PM (#342605 - in reply to #342396)
Subject: Re: Parts in Canada?



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Try Gary Automotive in Edmonton. They carry, or can get almost anything!
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sconut1
Posted 2012-10-10 11:48 PM (#342616 - in reply to #342396)
Subject: Re: Parts in Canada?


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+1 on Gary Automotive. Google or Bing them for the address...they're on 80th ave. As far as your brake shoes, find a local "Brake & Clutch" type of shop. They will be able to re-line your existing brake shoes. I woudn't bother trying to find an alternative shoe.. just get your old ones re-lined and then you'll know they'll fit back in your car with no issues.
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camlee
Posted 2012-10-18 4:56 PM (#343607 - in reply to #342396)
Subject: Re: Parts in Canada?


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I agree with Gord that is the best way to go. then you know that they will fit
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Resurrector
Posted 2012-10-22 9:43 PM (#344241 - in reply to #343607)
Subject: Re: Parts in Canada?


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If Gary doesn't have what you need, If I were you I'd get your parts from oldmoparts.com...they are in Mass., U.S., but our dollar is strong and you will likely get your parts in less than two weeks. His prices are reasonable I find.
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unclejesse
Posted 2012-10-30 9:57 PM (#345145 - in reply to #342396)
Subject: Re: Parts in Canada?


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Igot everything from Alder auto parts just east of langley .Db aldis in vancouver will reline your shoes mine is 57 dodge
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ttotired
Posted 2015-01-03 6:20 PM (#466595 - in reply to #342396)
Subject: Re: Parts in Canada?



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LMAO

Obviosly spam, but compare the slight word changes from the original post to what this "clown" has put, eg: shoe becomes sneaker

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miquelonbrad
Posted 2015-01-08 10:04 AM (#466999 - in reply to #342396)
Subject: Re: Parts in Canada?



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Amazing how spam invades even small, close nit web sites like ours... LOL!
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