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Old 03-15-14, 07:49 PM
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Where do you guys get your spark plugs?

Tired of paying $78 for 4 BUR9EQP at my local parts store. Where is the best deal?

I really mean... The BEST.
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Rockauto. Beats what you paid for only 4 by a huge margin.
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There not that bad from racing beat
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J-auto.net I paid 50 shipped. My local auto parts store dont even have them, Your lucky for that if you need them quick.
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Aren't those the factory plugs? My local places stock them and its like $35 for 4....
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I switched to autolite race plugs. 4 bucks a piece.
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Sparkplugs.com

Online, no-one beat them.
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Buy Champion Spark Plugs,NGK Spark Plugs,Denso Spark Plugs,E3 Spark Plugs,Bosch Spark Plugs,Autolite Spark Plugs|ClubPlug.net USA

$35.72 for 4 BUR9EQP with free shipping. I buy my 7420's from there and they ship quick.
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Originally Posted by SonicFD View Post
Rockauto. Beats what you paid for only 4 by a huge margin.
There's no RockAuto in Canada.

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J-auto.net I paid 50 shipped. My local auto parts store dont even have them, Your lucky for that if you need them quick.
Got them always next day.

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Aren't those the factory plugs? My local places stock them and its like $35 for 4....
Yes, stock trailing plugs.

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I switched to autolite race plugs. 4 bucks a piece.
Interesting!

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Sparkplugs.com

Online, no-one beat them.
Shipping to Canada is $31, which ruins the deal.
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My local ADVANCE AUTO carries them... 9's and 7's. Normally ~$35 but I think I got them for ~ $30 with my commercial account. Not sure why they'd be so pricey in Canada.
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My local ADVANCE AUTO carries them... 9's and 7's. Normally ~$35 but I think I got them for ~ $30 with my commercial account. Not sure why they'd be so pricey in Canada.
$78 is a price better than commercial accounts. That is sad.
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eBay, 36 bux free shipping.
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That's where I actually buy my parts.

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eBay, 36 bux free shipping.
In Canada, shipping is $36.
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Don't know if this will help in Canada, but it does here.

Advance Auto almost ALWAYS has online coupons running, many times for 30% off. Best part is you don't have to ship them, you can do in-store pickup and it will show which stores have them.

So, I just recently got a set of 4 BUR9EQP's for $26 out the door. And, they had 2 stores in my area with them in stock. By the time I got there they had the order pulled, I just signed a pickup ticket and headed out.

I've been needing daily driver parts recently, and have been using that online coupon extensively, saved a ton.

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^Have to look into that.
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Platinums are a waste. Just buy non platinums for $5 a plug and change them out with every oil change.
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