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Old 07-12-2003, 05:51 PM   #1
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I'm gonna buy some stuff for my car soon. Namely a Bra for the front, an 02 sensor, and tail light tint. I might get a wheel cover too. I have the item followed by the lowest price i found, and then the MSRP to compare...

Lebra Front end cover $59 (JCW) vs $93 at (lebra.com)

02 sensor GMPD for $35

VHT Nightshades at SUmmit racing for 11 bux a can (prolly need two)

Wheelskins leather cover (two tone) for $35 pfyc.com vs $45 at wheelskins website.

Anyone know of any good bargains on these products. They wheel cover is the highest quality i have found, and looks very factory, and very nice. Thanks!
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Looks like you nailed it down pretty good. I got my hood protector (half bra) at JCW. And you won't beat GMPD.com on the O2.
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Wheelskins leather cover (two tone) for $35 pfyc.com vs $45 at wheelskins website... They wheel cover is the highest quality i have found, and looks very factory, and very nice. Thanks!
ok, first off and just as a warning so you know what you are getting into. i just went to look at it (the wheel cover) and let me say BS!!!! easy to install, only in terms of skill required. 30-60 minutes BULL ****!!! i just put one on just like it (pep boys $16) and it took me 3 and a half hours to lace that mother up. and it looks, and feels great. so there you go, $16 from pep boys. unless you want a 2 tone one, in which case your gonna pay 35 something
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I have one of the ones you are talking about, but tis one is much better. Its better leather and a different design then i've seen at any automotive store. I had a 16 dollar one on my last car, and well it wasn't very good.
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