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Prices rechecked January 2017. For returns, most dealers make you pay for shipping, both ways, and a hefty “restock fee.” They tend to use the same clumsy back-end systems. Inventories are highly variable. We chose three parts for comparison, but did not include shipping costs, which can override minor savings. Teterboro added May 2017.
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