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post #1 of 38 (permalink) Old 11-08-2010, 02:33 PM Thread Starter
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What New GM parts for Group Purchase?

I was wondering what kind of B-Body parts would be popular enough to sell alot of for a group purchase? I was thinking maybe window rollers, Impala SS emblem that goes above the radio, Wiper Arm Bolt Covers, Grill Emblems, Spark Plug Heat Shields or even Coolant Tube Seals for the back of the heads (but no bolts they are not available any more). You tell me what you want and if enough people step up we do do another Group Purchase for these kind of items. So what will it be people?
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how about 9c1,( thin, very thin), wiper blade
I can not find any where
those that are listed at NAPA or O'REILLY
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There's always a need for the exhaust bolt kits. Could do full kits and/or individual sides. Window roller kits as well. I think both the rollers and door panel clip things usually come in bulk. A kit, per door, might be nice. I think three rollers and 5 (or is it 6?) of the trees would be cool, or full car kits. Stuff like that. Just my $.02 off the top of my head.

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Window roller kits as well. I think both the rollers and door panel clip things usually come in bulk. A kit, per door, might be nice. I think three rollers and 5 (or is it 6?) of the trees would be cool, or full car kits.

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Good idea, +1. I was recently pulled over and couldn't roll down my window because it's off the track. I don't think that helped the situation any.

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Steering boxes maybe?

Just replaced the one in my 95 Fleetwood with a reman stock version, which is too slow for my tastes, and I'm looking for something tighter and faster. Judging from the steering threads discussions, there seem to be a lot of higher-mileage B-bodies with worn-out boxes, and the hot ticket sounds like the Impala/Roadmaster 2.5 turns lock-to-lock unit. Might work for a GP if the remans are good quality? The Delco one on Rock Auto is a reman for $313, or $478 with core charge.
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What about heater hose restrictors for 94-96 cars? I'm gonna need one, and would probably pick up a spare to keep in the glovebox (which is a good idea for anyone who owns these cars).
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What about heater hose restrictors for 94-96 cars? I'm gonna need one, and would probably pick up a spare to keep in the glovebox (which is a good idea for anyone who owns these cars).
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