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Done quite a bit of google searching and phone calls to local businesses trying to find the best price possible for certain suspension components for my 2013. No matter what website I go to or who I call everything always seems to be cheaper to ship it to the border and drive down to pick it up. Just wondering what websites or shops my fellow Canadians visit to pick up aftermarket parts.

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post #2 of 8 (permalink) Old 09-29-2013
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I'm not Canadian but based on what I've seen in the threads, Americanmuscle.com is a good place. Since its based in Pennsylvania the shipping shouldn't be too bad.


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Done quite a bit of google searching and phone calls to local businesses trying to find the best price possible for certain suspension components for my 2013. No matter what website I go to or who I call everything always seems to be cheaper to ship it to the border and drive down to pick it up. Just wondering what websites or shops my fellow Canadians visit to pick up aftermarket parts.

Thanks!

Mostly across the border. AM is where I order most of my stuff. I did order some shocks and struts from CDC in Michigan last week for the first time. Their shipping was excellent and the stuff was in good shape too.

AM is hard to beat for free shipping in the states and the forum discount. Plus if anything goes wrong product or shipping wise, they have great customer service to fix it right away.

Mopac is where I got my Airaid and Hurst from tho.

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American Muscle by far is the best for price and customer support. I've dealt with Stang Mods and MGW who were both great but only because AM didn't have the product I was looking for. On the CDN side, here in Ontario we have an SVT Ford Dealer that specializes in FRPP parts, their prices are are comparable to shipping in from the US if your looking for Ford Racing parts (personally I find many of their parts over priced). Moral of the story, you cant go wrong with AM. Best of luck.

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I usually have my stuff shipped to Point Roberts or Blaine. It is a no brainer to do. It really depends what parts you are trying to buy but generally, American Muscle or Late Model Restoration. Genuine Ford parts is best to get from Autonation Ford (formerly Tousley Ford) Ford Parts - AutoNation Ford White Bear Lake Parts (previously Tousley Ford Parts) You can check my web site http://mymustang.ca and see where I bought my parts. Don't hesitate to contact me if you would like some advice on mods.

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Another vote for American Muscle. They charge you everything up front so there are no unexpected charges when you get your part.

Also, I've never used them but CJ Pony Parts sometimes runs a promo with free shipping to Canada.
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Im in Ottawa, I buy from AmericanMuscle, Summit and steeda.ca

No issues so far, no extra fees its all done through their website. Uber easy!

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I am Canadian. Fortunately I line in a border city. I get a lot of my parts from companies like American Muscle. Yes, its a bit of a hassle. I get all my parts shipped to a mailbox in the US, and I pick them up there.
I do understand the frustration that fellow Canadians go through to get parts.But it is what it is. We pay more, have to travel more, and ultimately have to jump through more hoops , to get our parts. I have no answers other than, no pain , no gain.
so.... if you are able to secure a mailbox, do it. Otherwise, Im sure there are Canadian distributors that you can romance.
Ive personally found Steeda ca.to be a great source for parts, and they do have a Canadian subsidiary. their prices are as competitive, with what you might find in the US.

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