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Gilbert G. Jr.

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drdoom

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Weatherstrip, ball joints, blend doors, end links, thermostat housings, wheel arch & rocker sheet metal, transfer case parts, lift supports, LED bulbs, door handles, spark plugs, headlight housings
 




Gilbert G. Jr.

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Awesome! Thank you for the feedback!:thumbsup:

Weatherstrip, ball joints, blend doors, end links, thermostat housings, wheel arch & rocker sheet metal, transfer case parts, lift supports, LED bulbs, door handles, spark plugs, headlight housings
 




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How much sheet metal do you guys carry?
 




hsquare

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1996 Explorer XLT 4.0L
Cam angle sensors? There appear to be many different types for some reason. Filter kits (oil, air and fuel), hub and disc kits maybe?
 




hsquare

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Oh yes . . . and if you could find a way of posting to Australia for a fair price, there would be many here that would wear that cap of yours . . .
 




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1999 Explorer Sport
How much sheet metal do you guys carry?

Honestly just about keeled over from laughter.

Multifunction switches might be a good one.
 




koda2000

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How about 3-port fuel filters (I believe the Ford part # is FG1039) they are hard to find.
 








Gilbert G. Jr.

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Thanks for the feedback!
In regards to opening up shipping to Australia. Would you so happen to have a price total on a part you ordered and it was shipped to you at a fair price from the US? We can research the weight and cost to ship and see if we can match or beat the pricing.

Thanks!

Oh yes . . . and if you could find a way of posting to Australia for a fair price, there would be many here that would wear that cap of yours . . .
 








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Hello!
We are constantly building our 1995-2001 Explorer category for the family business www.blue-powered.com. Aside from filling our online parts list with maintenance parts, what else do you guys need? We are open to any suggestions of common parts that should be carried. Please post here or send an email to: service@blue-powered.com

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Thanks! :thumbsup:
Bumper mounting hardware (brackets) for the 95-97 are impossible to get, unless you get one from a used vehicle! The parts are obsolete.
 




DjDom

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Most common failure items for sure.

Sway bar links, and front wheel bearings (4WD) are 2 of the more common ones.

I wonder what shipping to Canada would be like.
 




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Replacement spring for the door latches. There is one in particular that is a frequent failure point. It's not its own part #, currently only available by buying the whole latch so someone would have to order bulk from a spring manufacturer.
 








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Lamp Outage Module.
 




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Replacement studs for fuel rail to lower intake on 4.0 OHV.
 




Gilbert G. Jr.

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We will look into these brackets. Thanks!

Bumper mounting hardware (brackets) for the 95-97 are impossible to get, unless you get one from a used vehicle! The parts are obsolete.
 




Gilbert G. Jr.

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Noted on the parts, Thanks!

We have not opened up to Canada yet. When it comes to shipping cost from the US do you find it beneficial to order online?

Most common failure items for sure.

Sway bar links, and front wheel bearings (4WD) are 2 of the more common ones.

I wonder what shipping to Canada would be like.
 


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Gilbert G. Jr.

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This will be noted. If it is only sold as a complete assembly then maybe we can provide a price that makes sense to buy the whole unit.

Replacement spring for the door latches. There is one in particular that is a frequent failure point. It's not its own part #, currently only available by buying the whole latch so someone would have to order bulk from a spring manufacturer.
 




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