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  • Poll - Where do you shop for racing parts on line?

    8
    Summit Racing
    50.00%
    4
    Jegs
    50.00%
    4
    Mancinni
    62.50%
    5
    Other - Post where
    0%
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  • #2
    I mostly shop at Summit because I have a Pro Shop account there, but not a Jegs. I'll shop Jegs if I need a lot of stuff and they have a coupon. I shop at Mancinni for Mopar Specific.
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    • #3
      I shop at Summit 80% of the time as its a 30 min drive from my house.. But when purchasing more expensive items I will shop others for a better price. Yeah its not right but saving on tax plus a lower price and free shipping does come into play. Its all about making my dollars go further.

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      • #4
        Mostly Summit since I live in the Dallas area.

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        • #5
          Have bought from Summit, Jegs, Mancini, Dr. Diff and many others Also bought from a lot of other vendors for rear end parts since I've done a lot of rear end work over the years but the swap meets have been good too and it's great to get out and rub shoulders with other car people. Blew some minds some years back when I took my diff 'checkers' with me and checked the 'grab' of a couple of loose 8 3/4 Sure Grips lol. Told one guy if he had a 9/16's socket to open up the one he was trying to sell for top dollar I'd show him what was wrong with it....and he did. Should have asked for 10 bucks for the eddyucation he got

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          • #6
            Mostly Jegs, and Mancini. Mancini is about 40 miles from my house.

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            • #7
              When I raced it was mostly Summit. Some Direct Connection (remember them?). Who I bought from really depended on who had the best price for what I need at the time.
              Paul, aka 'zij576ca'
              Member & webmaster,Mopar Club San Diego
              http://www.moparclubsandiego.org

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              • #8
                Originally posted by bigblock_doc View Post
                Mostly Jegs, and Mancini. Mancini is about 40 miles from my house.
                I spend at least at a grand at Mancini a year. Just ordered a RB MSD distributor to low deck block adapter from them today.
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                • #9
                  Summit mostly , but their quality tech assistance needs to step it up. The way I see it if you have to cut it down , or grind it off . That's not a direct fit.

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