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Old 11-07-2011, 02:00 PM   #15
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Forgot to mention www.rvchassisparts.com for all filters, belts and chassis parts. It is actually the Spartan parts department gone wild to include all chassis.

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Old 11-07-2011, 02:33 PM   #16
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Originally Posted by Yellowreef View Post
Well, it depends. I do a lot of internet shopping, not just for RV stuff. My preferred method is to research the exact item I want prior to going to any shopping website. After I know what I want, I go to Google, select shopping at the top of the screen, enter the item and look at prices. You can also have the list prioritized by price. You would be surprised how many times you will find item A $50 cheaper by one vendor, while the same vendor has item B $50 more expensive than someone else. I also look at how much shipping would be and take that into account. A little more expensive but with free shipping is most of the time the best option at the end.

All that having been explained, I find that RVUpgrades, PPL Motorhomes, RV Wholesalers and Tweetys are pretty competitive and I have bought from all of the above depending on item availability and price. Camping World is at the bottom of the list unless they have the free shipping deal and the exact item I want is not found elsewhere.
Yellowreef has it right but add to his list of suppliers- RVadventures.net. Each of these suppliers will have some items cheaper but some more expensive

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In that order, when I look for something online after searching craigslist.

Whoever has it for cheapest with the lowest shipping wins, basically.
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PPL is great. Good prices, VERY professional. They are always very deep and wide in their parts.

RV Upgrades is very good too. They don't always have the parts I need, but they have very good prices.
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Hello All, I have found great deals on bigger ticket items like base plates, air bags ,brake systems from RV Parts, RV Accessories RV Supplies Priced Low give it a look.
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What kind of parts are you looking for? I gave up on CW a long time ago. Now I use RVupgrades, a Sponsor of iRV2.com. Super customer service & fast shipping.

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RV Upgrades has always come through for me so far.
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Forgot to mention www.rvchassisparts.com for all filters, belts and chassis parts. It is actually the Spartan parts department gone wild to include all chassis.
This is the best place I've found for Cummins/Onan parts. They had a sale last month where with a $200 purchase, shipping was free and no sales tax. As an example, they carry the big Cummins OEM oil filter for less than $40...my dealer wants over $60 for an off brand.

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