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BadAss_Beaver 10-23-2004 05:10 PM

center link 79 firebird
 
ive tryed every place i can think of and nobody has a center link for me, ive called napa, auto zone, silver and every other place front to back in the yellow pages in alberta canada and now i need some help. does anyone know of a aftermarket company that i could get a center ling off of?....websites fone numbers or anything to help me would be nice. remebmer im in canada tho (alberta)

Restore60s 10-23-2004 05:21 PM

Center Links
 
Try National Parts Depot in North Carolina. The specialize in Firebirds. I can't remember the web site, put it on the search.

advanced design 10-24-2004 07:44 AM

Try http://www.rareparts.com/ they should have what you need. Kanter might be worth a look as well.

poncho62 10-24-2004 07:49 AM

Most auto parts stores should be able to get one of these......just go to the "Old Book"....at the store I use, they get it out as I walk in the door.

Another problem may be, is that the C/link on it may not be a wearable part (but, I think it is)....Sometimes, they won't list parts that generally don't wear our. I had that problem when I bent one on one of my 4X4s. Had to get it from the dealer, but it wasn't very old at the time.


Just did a Yahoo search............see here.

http://www.p-s-t.com/cl.html


Can't be that uncommon................

BadAss_Beaver 10-24-2004 06:47 PM

yeah its not the actual c/link on my car thats busted its just the joints are too loose and it wont pass inspection so i need it replaced to insure my car

sbchevfreak 10-24-2004 07:38 PM

Last I checked, the joints bolted to the link, weren't part of it. You should be able to just change the tie rod ends and fix the problem. Usually, unless it is bent, cracked, or the tie rod ends have come loose and worn out the taper, you don't have to replace this part. You didn't have this inspected at Fountain Tire, did you?

53fordguy 10-24-2004 07:52 PM

lol
 
Since he's myfriend lol i can tell you it was at Canadian Tire LOL!!!!!( cough) just about the same

BadAss_Beaver 10-25-2004 12:40 AM

actualy bret sorry to burst ur bubble but it was inspected in calgary b4 i brought it up here....not at canadian tire, all i went to canadian tire to get was my batterie and alternator

53fordguy 10-25-2004 11:39 AM

you lie
 
you lie u dil..do lol

sbchevfreak 10-25-2004 10:53 PM

Not to p!ss anyone off, but I asked this 'cause Fountain has a rep for pushing parts HARD!! It's because their mech's get commision on parts they put on (or used to)..... I wish I got that!

53, you ain't woofin! Crappy Tire! Hoooo Haaaaa heee hee! Even the guys I know that work there or have worked there say that place is a joke. And they worked in different cities!


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