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Where can i go online to buy a new clutch disc for a 1990 suzuki carry 660

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1990 660cc Suzuki Carry, posted to a USA forum and we dont have this car. here.
why not go to a local car parts store.????
are you in UK,? Europe.? New Zealand. Australia. India.?
why must we guess.?
our autoazones and napa's dont sell Carry parts. in uSA.
we dont have Carry's here. at all.
and shipping, why ship our parts, so far?
like from ( $3000 mile shipping?_)
and many dont do out of country shipping
next time post your location. and win.

never post parts buy questions, lacking your country or you will get wrong answers or very very expensive parts and huge sipping bills.
not to mention wrong parts, return shipping bills.

Posted on Aug 06, 2015

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    that parts is made by many. (even exidy)
    and sold in vast places. would wide.
    i bet you never called an auto store yet?
    all have it or can get it fast.
    its super easy to find.
    its not a Samurai , im moved you.

  • Anonymous Aug 07, 2015

    its a CARRY, and has many engines choices
    the 657cc has its own clutch setup.
    made from 1961 to now.
    and has these engines. 1990
    Generation 8
    the line up 1990:: can help find right part
    as many stores might all sizes but yours.
    539 cc LJ50 two-stroke I3
    543 cc F5A I3
    547 cc F5B I3
    657 cc F6A I3 (this one) aka 660
    797 cc F8A I4
    970 cc F10A I4


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There are many resourse avalable online you can check them out

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EBAY, jc whitney,, you can also buy online napa, autozone,carquest and discount name a few...
Hope this helped you ??

Posted on May 26, 2011

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    this car 660 Carry is not sold here.
    so those stores will not have it.
    he is for sure not here. (USA)


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This guy had everything Samurai and is very knowledgeable:
Suzuki Samurai Salvage
1 (641) 751-2468

Posted on Jun 28, 2011

  • Anonymous Aug 07, 2015

    it's not a Samurai , he posted to wrong forum
    and i corrected that. sorry


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