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15% off Genuine Toyota Parts

Discussion in 'Sold/Expired' started by cdflippin, Jan 19, 2007.

  1. cdflippin

    cdflippin Sasquatch

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    Any glocktalkers with Toyota's? If there are & you ever need any Toyota Genuine parts I'll take 15% off or give you free shipping. I'm a Parts Manager @ a small dealership & we are trying to boost sales. Just call & ask for Chris then mention that your a GT member.

    www.pattersontoy.com
    1-877-868-2479
     
  2. heyTJ

    heyTJ Giddy up!

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    Sheesh, where were you last year when I needed a rear light for a Tundra.

    TJ
     

  3. cdflippin

    cdflippin Sasquatch

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    Sorry.. do you still have the Tundra? I can go really low on genuine oil filters.
     
  4. Jon91N/A

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    Man you should have posted this sooner, I've bought maybe $800 in OEM parts for my MR2 over the past couple months.

    If you really want to boost sales talk to Bill Strong at www.mr2oc.com and become a vendor on his message board; it's the biggest one for MR2's. I believe the fee is roughly $150 a year but you get listed as a vendor and if you post on there and make yourself known people will buy from you. You can even hold group buys for popular parts (93+ front lip, 94+ taillights).

    You should also look into setting up an online ordering catalog along with getting setup to accept paypal.
     
  5. Biff

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    I bet if you go on www.Ih8mud.com and make the same offer you'll get flooded with parts request. I order stuff from another toyota dealer all the time for my 94 landcruiser. Be warned though you'll get alot of landcruiser guys that require constant attention.
     
  6. cdflippin

    cdflippin Sasquatch

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    I'll take a look at it.
     
  7. cdflippin

    cdflippin Sasquatch

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    This is just for GT's. I thought it would be neat to meet people who have Glocks& Toyotas.

    My District Manager has 3 older body style LCs. He steals from two to bulid one nice one.
     
  8. Biff

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    mud people have glocks to.:sad: Either way I'll probably call you for some parts myself.
     
  9. Freeze N

    Freeze N I Hate Snow

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    Yeah there's a few of us around. Thanks for the offer. BTW mines an FJ.

    Lot's of guns at TTORA as well and they do a sponser ship too.
     
  10. DaisyCutter

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    ...and so many here just finished explaining to me that Toyota's don't ever need parts...
     
  11. jth440

    jth440 NRA Instructor

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    where are you located chris?
     
  12. cdflippin

    cdflippin Sasquatch

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    Mount Airy, NC (aka Mayberry) This is the town that Andy Griffith grew up in.
     
  13. edjee

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    If we find out the toyota part number, it should be suffice enough to figure out price right?
     
  14. TennDECA

    TennDECA "Let's Roll!"

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    Post this on the TundraSolutions forums. It's one of the largest Toyota forums out there. It's usually a pretty busy site, but they've had a TON of traffic since January 8th :thumbsup: . I'm pretty sure you'll get a HUGE response from those guys.

    Tundra Solutions Forums
     
  15. cdflippin

    cdflippin Sasquatch

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    Sure, just email or call the part #. All Toyota part #s are 10 digits long unless the are color coded. Then they have 12 digits.
     
  16. Asha'man

    Asha'man eat the eat!

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    Lots of gun people on Yotatech, too.

    I'm gonna need a clutch kit soon for my '86 4Runner, 22RE. What can ya do for me? :)
     
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    awtCZ Quality Content

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    I have a 2005 Tundra. I'll store you're # in case I need any. :)
     
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    Price on a passenger side mirror for a '00 taco with the offroad package (remote mirrors)
     
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    Thanks, Chris. I may be calling you about some suspension and front axle parts for a 1996 Toyota Land Cruiser!
     
  20. daveycrockett

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    How much for a new motor for a 99 Camry 4 cyl? :supergrin: My wifes motor is blown with 73,000 miles! And all maintenance has been done. I'm having a problem with that oil gelling lawsuit. The oil has been changed at least every 3000 miles mostly by me, but I didn't save receipts after it went out of warranty! I've spoken to alot of friends and relatives and of all the people that change their oil only about 10% actually have receipts. Any info appreciated!