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Old 11-07-2006, 08:39 PM
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anyone bought parts from them, i asked for a magazine and it took like a month for it to come to me so im hoping thier shipping and stuff is the same, when i get a better job i have so many things i wanna buy out of this magazine and my truck will be lookin like factory, hopefully.
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Old 11-07-2006, 08:46 PM
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i meant i hope their shipping ISNT the same, like its fast shipping.
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Old 11-07-2006, 08:55 PM
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I've ordered several things from them for both my ford and chevy. Shipping to me was pleasantly quick. I was hoping for cheaper prices, but I'm happy.
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Old 11-07-2006, 09:35 PM
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Yeah, they aren't cheap but if you need it they have it.

If you're ever looking for a roadtrip, drive there and buy some stuff direct. It's a pretty impressive facility they have there.

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Old 11-08-2006, 02:56 PM
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Shipping to Hawaii is outragous but only takes one week tops. Thats not bad to Hawaii.
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I spent over 2 grand there last year on a restoration. It took a little longer than I hoped because I had ordered fenders and other large parts like bumpers. I can't complain, the quality and thickness of their metal was pretty good, almost as good as stock.
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I do agree on their quality. I only live about 4 hours from LMC, so it's actually cheaper for me to drive there than pay truck freight. I bought a tailgate, grill, and fender for my 67. It was definitely worth it for how smoothly things went.

Something i don't think they advertise in their catalog is that they have a pretty good selection of used parts. I got a chrome grill and a door handle from their used bin, saved quite a bit over going other places or paying repro prices.

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yea that would be nice, Ive never seen them advertise their used parts. Have they given a reason why they don't do that?
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They want you to spend more money. . .
They also don't consistently have the same parts, it's a whatever happens to be tehre is there type thing.

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Yea I could definitly agree with that, not much from there is cheap.
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I ordered a set of crystal clear headlights. They look good in daylight but could not be aimed. There fore they are useless at night. I have contacted them 3 times and have recieved no response. What a oiece of junk.
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Are you sure they're seated properly in the headlight buckets, and that the headlight retaining ring (the metal piece that goes around the headlight and holds it in place) is screwed down straight?
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i had good luck with them....also, pick the stuff up, myself
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ive ordered a few things from LMC.. one thing was a new manual window regulator.. i couldnt be more impressed with the quality and the smoothness of the new one.. its smoother then the old regulator all greased up with new sliders on it
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dang, i could look at their catalogs all day... so much stuff i would love to go to the warehouse sometime and look at some used parts, im guessing it's somewhere in middle america, so propably not gonna happen since im in Florida.
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