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Old 12-23-2009, 01:54 AM
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Evening/,morning fella's and ladies. I wanted to share some info I found out today. Boyer Ford on Broadway has always been cheaper than any other ford dealer around. Today I went to New Brighton Ford (I was driving by) and thought I would check the price of an OSS(output speed sensor) for my truck. They didn't have one and the price would have been $32.00 plus tax. They told me Boyer had one so I went there to get it. The price was $22.00 plus tax. I asked the guy why all the other dealer were always so high and he said they mainly serve commercial accounts and therefore give EVERYONE who comes in the same deal. So if you ever need parts order them from Boyer. If you need something for any of the get togethers we are starting to have order it and let them know I will pick it up, then you get free shipping. I only live a mile from this place so just let me know. I am now done . Have a great day
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Super info and offer Tom. It's amazing how well a place can do by being fair priced instead of list price only.
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Great info Tom! Thanks for letting us know. Of course now you got me thinking about what do I need or want??
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I have never had any dealership (including the one I worked for) have better prices for the 7.3


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They actually put in my exhaust for me. They are who I go to when The work i too much for me. They are great people up there. Not sure on the part prices though, I bought the exhaust through someone else.
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Good to know Tom, I just priced some stuff from Superior/Brookdale Ford and almost choked. I'll calkl boyer tomorrow.
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