Re: Need an oxygen sensor, cheapest place?
you know, I'm going to hit you with even more candor here
I've been reading the truck groups for close to 10 years
every damned day, it's someone else posting about the price of parts and
'where can I get it cheaper?'
if folks tally'd up the time spent looking for it 'cheaper' vs just paying
for the part, they'd be money ahead
that being said, there is always a 'cheaper place' to buy the part
you pay your money and take your chances..............I'd buy it from NAPA,
CarQuest, or the dealer, unless it's very easy to get to and change
then I'd put the cheapest one on it
"Eagle Creek" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> Which one would you suggest I buy .... the 49 dollar one or the 90
> dollar one ? are they both made by the same manufacture? Will one
> last twice as long as the other? why the big difference in price? I
> appreciate your candor, but it's not an answer to my question, is it?
> "TranSurgeon" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> > stop bitching and buy one
> > "Eagle Creek" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> > news:5a2dndYO4Ox7dpDeRVn-uA@netnitco.net...
> > > need an "upstream" 4 wire heated oxygen sensor for a 1996 Ford
> > > Ranger, 2.3L, 5speed , 2 wheel drive, styleside shortbed, medium
> > > graphite metallic paint, 121,403 miles .......
> > >
> > > Auto Zone, Parts America ..... prices for Botch, Beck Anally, and
> > > few others range from 49 bucks to almost 90.
> > >
> > > How about it? some one gotta know a better deal out there!
> > > has the best deal? Thanks!
> > >