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Old 06-10-2006, 09:23 PM   #11
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http://www.rmsautoparts.com/proddetail.php?prod=AFS75
Thats a few bucks cheaper than GMPD too
I use them all the time. If you don't find the AC Delco part you want on their site, call or email, and they'll price it for you, and add it to their website. They have reasonable and fast shipping, too. I have no connection to them, other than being a happy customer.
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Holy FrickĒn Crap, Shipping to the States on the sensor is $7.25, but shipping to Canada is $45.00. Bloody Hell. Did we do something to **** the US off. That'* more than the sensor costs. I just bought a Torque Wrench off of EBay and I got raped on shipping to Canada also. It'* triple what it cost to ship to US. Sorry for the tone but ****.
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o2 sensors are hella expensive here.

not even for a AC DELCO u r looking to pay over 80$ CDN.

i forgot which brand they were trying to push on me, but it wasnt bosch..
it was like Fleon of Neon.. something like that.

im going to hold off till i can find an AC DELCO its the same price as ordering off the net.
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Buying the AC Delco is still cheaper than buying 2 O2 sensors.
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And if you want one bad enough, us US counter parts can help

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You Canadians should be able to find someone on here whom you could trust or know to buy the sensors for you and ship them up to you . Would this still cost the same ridiculous amount to ship then ?
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You Canadians should be able to find someone on here whom you could trust or know to buy the sensors for you and ship them up to you . Would this still cost the same ridiculous amount to ship then ?
There are generous people on the BC forum that go out of there way to help out us Canadians in this situation and it'* appreciated immensely. I find that it happens to often that either the shipping costs are outrages, or they refuse to ship to Canada period. In general the US has greater competition in regards to auto parts thus making availability and pricing a lot more inviting. In conclusion, I just feel as though I'm taking advantage of the situation by asking, since Iíve taken someone up on there offer before and donít want to overextend there generosity.
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