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od place to get a cheap 2001 rear bumper

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where would be a go to get a cheap new or used bumper for a 2001 chevy silvarado 1500. The one on my truck is staring to get rust all over it and a big dent and i looked on line and there is no great deals that i can find.

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Theres also a couple places down by Rosemount where you can pull your parts or get some AAA replacements that they salvaged for you. also they do order new too.

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Watch a list that a guy named craig has online.

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AAA in Rosemount is top notch as far as "automotive recyclers" goes. I have never been disappointed with the quality of there parts. and there prices are more than fair.

Johns in Blaine is also pretty good. They offer "you pull" as well. The nice thing is they are open on Sundays which have gotten me out of a pinch more than once.

Rodgers in Cottage Grove is one of my favorites. They operate just like they used to in the good old days. I don't think I have paid more than $20 for anything I have picked up there.

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Check with Certfit, they have a HSOforum too, and great prices.

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Not sure where you're located, but I've also had pretty good luck at St. Paul Park Auto.

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Not sure where you're located, but I've also had pretty good luck at St. Paul Park Auto.

Nothin wrong with "dirty dave"! grin He's got me out of a few pinches as well!!!

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Originally Posted By: jwhjr
Not sure where you're located, but I've also had pretty good luck at St. Paul Park Auto.

Nothin wrong with "dirty dave"! grin He's got me out of a few pinches as well!!!

Dave knows his stuff, just don't let him get started on politics or you'll never get out... grin

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