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where is the cheapest place to get ford oem part

I need to buy a new set of 02 sensors for my bird and I don't want to get robed from my local stealership. who do we use as a vendor since we no longer have dan newman?
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Check this post from June. I know Jason still has the connections to get some really good prices. You might try sending him a PM and/or email with your part request. His phone number is also in his signature.

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Not to forget RockAuto.

They do list Motorcraft for O2 sensors.

Well, for the 1991, anyway. Check for yours.

Also, there's a 5% discount code that's routinely updated on the forums - do a search for "Rockauto Discount" and see what pops up.

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Rod Baker Ford, 815-439-3400 ask for Keith tell him Keith from PER sent you. We deal with him from time to time here at work. He is a good guy knows his stuff. Im not sure what type of deal he has but worth a shot.

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If you don't get Ford Motorcraft brand, NGK or NTK is a comparable after market replacement. They can be had on Rock Auto for less than $50 per sensor.

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