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Links to MX5 parts suppliers...

Postby findlay » Sun Jan 21, 2007 4:57 pm

Maybe this should be made sticky?

Richardn www.mx5scotland.com
MX5 Parts www.mx5parts.co.uk
MX5 Mad www.mx5mad.co.uk
P5 www.performance5.co.uk
Rally Design www.raldes.co.uk
M-Xtra www.m-xtra.co.uk
Moss www.moss-europe.co.uk
MX5 Bitz www.mx5bitz.co.uk
Cork Sport www.corksport.com
IL M-Sport www.ilmotorsport.de
Flyin' Miata www.flyinmiata.com
Ltd. MX5 www.ltdmx5.com
Mazda www.mazda-accessories.com
Racing Beat www.racingbeat.com
Tracktec Tuning www.tracktec.co.uk
Chromdesign www.chromdesign.de
Pogiparts www.pogiparts.de
Japanese Import Motor Parts www.jimparts.co.uk
Autolink www.autolinkuk.co.uk
Dandy Cars www.mazda-mx5-shop.com/index.php
Mazmania www.mazmania.co.uk/
MX5 City www.mx5city.com/Home.htm
Sam Goodwin www.samgoodwin.com/
SFT www.jagspares.co.uk/mx5/company.asp
Auger www.augerresources.com/
Not Mazda specific, but a lot of people like to use products such as Dinitrol and POR-15. These guys seem to be the best place to get them www.frost.co.uk/

Some useful links here too
http://www.phoenixfives.wilandem.com/fo ... 730c03e897

The reason I'm posting this is that I'm trying to find a few sites where I can compare prices and look for specific items. More links appreciated, if you post them, I'll add them to the list... not just UK based companies...

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Postby The Pram » Sun Jan 21, 2007 7:20 pm

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Postby boydie » Sun Jan 21, 2007 7:26 pm

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Postby Enjay » Sun Jan 21, 2007 7:32 pm

I haven't dealt with all of these, but I have found something useful on all their sites and bookmarked them for one reason or another. I think these are the ones I have that have not already been mentioned.

Autolink
http://www.autolinkuk.co.uk/ (edit, Dammit, beaten by boydie ;) )

Dandy Cars
http://www.mazda-mx5-shop.com/index.php

Mazmania
http://www.mazmania.co.uk/

MX5 City
http://www.mx5city.com/Home.htm

Sam Goodwin
http://www.samgoodwin.com/

SFT
http://www.jagspares.co.uk/mx5/company.asp

Auger - interesting gear lever, handbrake and instrument cowl "boots"/gaiters
http://www.augerresources.com/



Not Mazda specific, but a lot of people like to use products such as Dinitrol and POR-15. These guys seem to be the best place to get them.

http://www.frost.co.uk/


Some useful links here too

http://www.phoenixfives.wilandem.com/fo ... 730c03e897
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Postby findlay » Mon Jan 22, 2007 1:19 pm

Thanks mods :)
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Postby boydie » Mon Jan 29, 2007 5:58 pm

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Re: Links to MX5 parts suppliers...

Postby SummerofSam » Tue Jan 26, 2016 12:12 pm

Cos I'm a lazy sod and can't be arshed to go through each link, is there any way these links can be categorised according to their benefits in different functions, i.e. service, delivery, prices etc. or just a general rating out of 10 per link?

The list is quite extensive now. Sorry for being a lazy git !
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Re: Links to MX5 parts suppliers...

Postby drumtochty » Tue Jan 26, 2016 2:47 pm

Sorry but if you are to lazy to do it why should anyone else bother to do it on a list that is 8 years out of date.

If it is in the least of interest to you get your finger out and do it yourself then post it as this is a self help forum.

Aye, self help means the lazy ones have to do it as well!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Have a nice day now!
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Re: Links to MX5 parts suppliers...

Postby Scott_J » Tue Jan 26, 2016 8:29 pm

+ 1 :lol:
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Re: Links to MX5 parts suppliers...

Postby DrewN » Wed Jan 27, 2016 10:14 am

Eddie,
Good to see another Victor Meldrew is still alive and well - I thought I was the only one!!!
You add enough good advice to the forum so are allowed the odd rant.
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Re: Links to MX5 parts suppliers...

Postby OldSpice » Wed Jan 27, 2016 10:23 am

Sorry but if you are to lazy to do it why should anyone else...........

Oh...hold on....... :lol:
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Re: Links to MX5 parts suppliers...

Postby drumtochty » Wed Jan 27, 2016 10:32 am

Rant!

You obviously have not met me!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

The poster probably should have used the old guidance of don't post when you are drunk!

Lucky Robin did not get there before me!
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Re: Links to MX5 parts suppliers...

Postby OldSpice » Wed Jan 27, 2016 4:28 pm

Eduardo!
How could you? :evil: :lol:
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Re: Links to MX5 parts suppliers...

Postby SummerofSam » Thu Jan 28, 2016 12:10 pm

drumtochty wrote:Sorry but if you are to lazy to do it why should anyone else bother to do it on a list that is 8 years out of date.

If it is in the least of interest to you get your finger out and do it yourself then post it as this is a self help forum.

Aye, self help means the lazy ones have to do it as well!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


Fair enough ! I only asked because I'm new round these parts and wondered if the older heads could rank the sites based on their experience. In the interest of staying a lazy sod but still helping, I'll share a site I had good experience with when buying Bosal parts - http://car-part-suppliers.mister-auto.c ... osal_e041/

drumtochty wrote:
Have a nice day now!

You too !
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Re: Links to MX5 parts suppliers...

Postby rhino » Sun Feb 28, 2016 8:30 pm

I have asked if my website can be added having had the pleasure of dealing with several members..........

www.mx5bitz.co.uk

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