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RePu_soljah


1st Gear
Posts: 31
posted July 16, 2003 05:20 PM

repu questions

Im new 2 repu's but not 2 rotarys, how hard is it 2 get parts for them im in the stages of buying one now and i just want 2 know where 2 buy parts and how much they will set me back. im from new zealand and az far az i know there are only 2 genuine repu's mine which wont b in da country till september and another one which have pics of (yet 2 b developed).
cheers guys.

haydon
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Klaus43


Rotorhead
Posts: 1259
posted July 17, 2003 05:45 PM

Parts range

from common to 'pure unobtainium', and from near free to rather expensive. Check out ebaymotors often, for that perspective...

       
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RePu_soljah


1st Gear
Posts: 31
posted July 17, 2003 06:29 PM

parts

wat shud i search under like repu parts or wat??
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Klaus43


Rotorhead
Posts: 1259
posted July 17, 2003 06:36 PM

I like 'Mazda Rotary'...

...but that's far from exhaustive. You can design your own custom searches that take more into account, like 13B , 13-B , etc... remember also to include common misspellings...
Then there's thepartstrader.com , and all the other resources I rarely stay up on... Might wanna try a meta-search engine like dogpile.com... specific as well as generic searches may yeild very different results...
I think one of our best parts authorities is our very own partsgod, craig, of craigsredrepu fame...

       
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ynot


Newbie
6th Gear
Posts: 10
posted July 19, 2003 07:01 PM

It's great to have another REPU in NZ.
Parts are hard to source from NZ but their are people who can offer plenty of help.

Tony

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