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Where to get new, reasonability priced Alfa parts?

Hi. Just got my 2.4l 20v 156 a few months ago, and I'm now looking for engine mountings, drive shafts, infocenter display, and a few other things.

Can anyone point me to the best place online to get parts from?

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https://www.shop4parts.co.uk/

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http://www.alfa-spares.co.uk/

Are my usual go-to's for parts.. Have used them all and found them all to be top notch...

For service parts I usually compared CarpParts4Less/EuroCarParts/Shop4Parts... S4P usually comes out best when the AlfaOwner discount code is applied (I also buy oil filters 5 at a time to bring the cost down a touch..) - get the code here: http://www.alfaowner.com/Forum/gener...p4parts-7.html (Exclusive Discount code for shop4parts)

But I will admit being able to pop in to town and pick bits up from ECP same day is nice...
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Thanks, The_Editor for your quick reply. Ill have a look.
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+1 for the list from The Editor.

For driveshafts try J&R Driveshafts in Birmingham, good prices and are helpful, used them for a few years and a few different cars and never had a problem with them
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Thank you samsdads156jtd. Much appreciated.
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Avoid cheap parts listed on ebay. The editors list is pretty comprehensive.
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Add EB Spares to that list ..
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+1 for all the above, I will add OpieOils to the list which is where I look to get service kits etc. There is a forum discount there too, Oilman is a user on the forum if you have queries also.

http://www.alfaowner.com/Forum/engin...3855?_k=n4wbkf
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Ah yes, forgot about Opie!

Best priced Fuchs 5W40 GT1 XTL I've found yet.. Used to be Autolusso sold it cheapest, then Opie got wind and dropped their prices.. Helluva good oil for <30!
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Ah yes, forgot about Opie!

Best priced Fuchs 5W40 GT1 XTL I've found yet.. Used to be Autolusso sold it cheapest, then Opie got wind and dropped their prices.. Helluva good oil for <30!
We can't be the cheapest for everything all the time or we go bust and we don't want the that do we

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We can't be the cheapest for everything all the time or we go bust and we don't want the that do we

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Absolutely not

You're the go-to for all my OEM+ parts mind... So those lovely silicone boost hoses, PF brake pads, will be a suspension upgrade and a queef in the not too distant future too I hope!

Plus Loz does plenty well out of my twice yearly visits I reckon
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