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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. We chose three parts for comparison, but did not include shipping costs, which can override minor savings. Sellers on large marketplaces, such as eBay, Amazon, Wal-Mart.com, and Sears.com, may have far better shipping and return policies (e.g. free shipping) and lower prices.

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ChryslerPartsDirect$95$92$61January 2017: web site down
WeRMopar$93$86$56Discounted shipping. 20% restock fee.
MoparPartsDiscounted$93$86$56Min ship $12. 15% restock.
Teterboro (NJ)not foundnot found$82 Slow site. Poor search.
Kollernot soldn/a$62 January 2017: all parts show as “no price - special order.”
Brunswick $95$87$57 Min ship around $14. 35% restock fee.
Mopar Parts Giant $97      
Summit Racing $57     Price as of Dec. 2017 (thanks, John Rush)

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