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Buying outboard parts
PostPosted: Tue Jun 16, 2009 3:17 pm Reply with quote
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Everywhere I looked they wanted $18-20 shipping for a time part. Many didn't carry it at all, most used different numbers to make it confusing, some were easy to find the part and some were a real pain. After being frustrated I decided to call my somewhat local marine dealers. M&M in Savana said they would call me back, but didn't so I called again and again they said they would call me back but didn't. So I sent them an email and it came back non deliverable.

I sent Ted's boatorama in Moline IL about 5pm and by 6pm they called me, had the part in stock at a reasonable price and shipping was only $4.50. Well they will be getting more of my business in the future.

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