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We intends to purchase Mitsubishi make mini tractor. please provide list of suplliers near to mumbai jurisdiction alongwith price. also, the rate contract with state govt or any other agency may be informed as this is an government institute.

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They will tell you what their rate is when you ask them up front, and you can decide through a few phone calls which has the lowest hourly rate.

2.) Check with local parts stores to see who they recommend.

Remember that parts stores sell parts to all of the service centers you will be considering, and they generally can give you an un-biased opinion on who provides the best service rates, and they generally can attest to the reputability of the service centers available.

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I need to purchase one of these parts. Please direct me.


Carpartswarehouse is a site where you can find all car parts with good quality and affordable price. It provides you parts with Original Equipment Manufacturer(OEM) number. visit this link to find your needs http://www.carpartswarehouse.com/partsdisplay/2006_Hyundai/Sonata.html

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We recently purchased a 2001 Mitsubishi Eclipse but there was no owners manual in the glove box. We would like to know how to get one without it costing an arm and a leg.


I would check car-part.com. Enter the year, make and model, and on the drop down list enter owner's manual and it will return salvage yards that would have one, I'm sure if you contact them, they would ship you one, prices range from $10-$30 plus shipping

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Need to replace rear quarter panel and can't find the part online. Is this the correct term for the part I need. I will purchase it once I can find it at a good price.


Yes that is the right term, front and rear quarter panels. Try calling a store like Napa. If they can't get it they would know of a local body supply near you, where ever you are.

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Need chrome rims. What size do I need ? Thanks


There should be a sticker on the door near the latch with tire sizes recommended for that vehicle. last # is wheel size (14, 15, etc) This is also the size on the tire itself (205-75-15 is a 15" wheel) Then all you need is to match the bolt pattern. Any wheel retailer knows correct size or buy from someone who has same vehicle. Don't exceed recommended tire sizes unless you intend to also change speedometer to match the new final drive ratio.

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I cant find the diagnostic port on a 2002 mitsubishi lancer oz rally


It will be on Either the Right or Left Side of the Steering Column Under the Dash. Also, Some of the OBD Outlets were Under the Hood Mounted Near the Firewall. Please Rate My Response! Thanks!

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