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Buying tools/parts online-- where are the best sites to go to?

Hey guys, I have been buying tools/parts off of ebay.ca, shoupparts.com, and tractorpartsasap.com. So far these are the cheapest places to get everything I need.

MY question is, what other ones do you guys know about that are also cheap? I don't think shoupparts will send some of the planter stuff to me bc I am in Canada, but tractorparts will. If you have other sites, it could always help me out/you guys if you shared that information.

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Re: Buying tools/parts online-- where are the best sites to go to?

Probably more tools than parts, but MSC Industrial supply has an enormous selection of anything you would probably ever need.  Grainger supply also has a large selection.

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Re: Buying tools/parts online-- where are the best sites to go to?

delcity.net for all things electrical... and then some

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Re: Buying tools/parts online-- where are the best sites to go to?

Toolup.com
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Re: Buying tools/parts online-- where are the best sites to go to?

www.buzzardgulch.com for tools, equipment, etc.   They have the best prices I have found for brand name air tools, tire tools, and specialized tools like gear pullers, jacks, come-alongs and such.

 

www.farmchains.com  is another.   If you have any kind of chain, 'Crazy Ken' probably sells it.   They specialize in USA made cornhead chains at discount prices, as well as general roller chain, and specialty chanis.  I check his website from time to time, as he will run some real deals.   Last year, I got chrome pin gathering chains, for $5 more than the standard chain was at my Case dealer, with no tax, and free shipping.   His economy chain, is just that, but his higher grade, is pretty good stuff.

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Re: Buying tools/parts online-- where are the best sites to go to?

I sometimes order from Sloan. (Parts express).
As for my electronic sprayer toys I usually
Find sprayer specialty to be economical.
Can't beat orchleins hydro oil when on
Sale....I have a nice collection of yellow
Buckets!
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