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Old 10-23-2014, 05:39 PM   #31 (permalink)
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Tracker Ranch out of East Texas

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I've sent them an e-mail - they have not replied as of one week later. They also do not have a phone number on their website - at least I couldn't find one.
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Old 10-23-2014, 05:50 PM   #32 (permalink)
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From their website, try...

NEW STORE LOCATION
Tracker Ranch has opened a store at 224 E. Denham St. in Livingston, Texas. Operating as Tracker Ranch Autos; it will be buying and selling Trackers, Sidekicks, and Vitaras; as well as providing new and used parts, accessories, and service to them. Call at (936)-327-9613. I now have the shop # forwarded to my cell so I'm available 24/7 (but I do like to get SOME sleep!)If you are local and have an emergency - call!
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Parts for our cars are getting harder to find. The dealerships have all stopped carrying nearly everything for them, and some things are nearly impossible to find. Luckily, I found a gold mine.

Universal Auto Sales and Salvage in Northeast Arkansas has hundreds of sidekicks and trackers. He estimates over 500 of them. The prices are very fair, and they do ship.

The owner, Kelly Smith, doesn't frequent the internet, and does most of the work at the shop himself these days, but tell him Richard from Riceland sent you, and he'll know you're coming from the forum.

Hopefully, I can swing him enough business to stay open for many more years to come.

Universal Auto Sales and Salvage
5519 Hwy. 49 S. Paragould, AR 72450
(870) 240-8225

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Does anyone know of a foreign OEM Suzuki parts supplier that takes Internet orders and ships to the US?

I am looking for a pillar reinforcement for my Sidekick: 64520-60A10 or 64520-60A11. Thanks!
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Have you tried the ones listed here, starting with the USA ones?

http://www.suzuki-forums.com/1g-1999...technical.html

Also, we can not be 100% sure what is "foreign" to you, as you have not entered your location via the User CP.
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The cali dealer is still supping parts: Suzuki Car Parts Catalog Online Store

I ordered the tensioner spring for the timing belt since mine has never been replaced when I have changed belts in the past.
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There is a current (and updated regularly) list of suppliers here....

http://www.suzuki-forums.com/1g-1999...technical.html
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GM dealers have most parts (the Sidekick is actually a Chev Tracker), but I find that mainline auto parts store are cheaper. Front rotor for example, from GM is about $75, but from Lordco they're $29. But here's a shocker: the ECU from GM is $4500, but from a wrecker only $100.
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Chiliwack Auto Recycler | Pick a Part Auto Wrecker

PickaPart is a wrecker in Chilliwack, B.C. Canada that sells 2000 or older vehicle parts, at very reasonable prices (price list on line). They have a search function on their web site that not only lists each vehicle, but also the date it entered the yard.

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They seem to base their price list on the scrap value of the parts. They told me that they regularly see upwards of 300 people per day on the weekends.
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Have you tried certifit? They had fenders, rocker panels and a other parts.... not only for imports but domestic autos as well. My fender cost 40$
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