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Look on ebay motors, craiglist, for used parts. Someone who sells a lot of used parts can be contacted by email to go out and find what you want on their next trip and then list the items. You can also call local junkyards to see if they have one vehicles laying around so that they could sell you parts off it. Large junkyards subscribe to a nationwide parts locator and can find what you want.

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