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Old 01-19-2008, 05:31 PM   #1
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Need under cover

The plastic thing underneath the front of my car is all busted up and I need a new one.
I think that Mazda calls it "Under Cover", part F151-56-110A or F151-56-110D.
Any suggestions on where I can get one (other than the dealer)?
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Old 01-19-2008, 06:26 PM   #2
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You can look through the F/S section and hope to find a parting out Rx-8. Best bet is to look at Mazdaonlineparts print out the page and bring it to the dealer. Tell them if they can't match or get close to the price they have listed you'll take your business elsewhere. I did it with my local dealer and the parts manager just said "I'd rather have your business than let someone else have it.". I wish to say those peice's cost around $80.00 a pop. been awhile since I had to buy 'em.
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also mazdamart in the forum section.. but shipping would be tough on it..

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