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MessageSujet: Adresses utiles   Mer 23 Mai 2007 - 7:35

Revendeurs de pieces:

http://gwtec.de/

http://www.rupparts.de/

http://www.4x4garage.de/




A remplir (postez vos liens de préparateurs, équipementiers, etc...) Wink
je mettrai à jour la première page au fur et à mesure bien

voilà Grimaldur, c'est fait, et en plus en post-it mdr13


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MessageSujet: Re: Adresses utiles   Mer 23 Mai 2007 - 7:46

bien bien bien bien Laurent

en voila qqsun
revendeur de pieces:

http://gwtec.de/

http://www.rupparts.de/

http://www.4x4garage.de/
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MessageSujet: Re: Adresses utiles   Mer 23 Mai 2007 - 8:07

Recall or Customer Satisfaction Notification Information: verifier si tout les recals on ete fait
http://www.jeep.com/webselfservice/jeep/index.jsp?screenName=recall&country=us&emailUrl=goToEmailForm%28%27R%27%29

un lien avec des transfo techniques
http://madxj.com/
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MessageSujet: Re: Adresses utiles   Mer 23 Mai 2007 - 8:30

un lien avec plein de liens Very Happy techniques

http://www.billhughes.com/jeep_bookmark.htm

decodeur vin
http://jeep.avtograd.ru/VIN/vin_en.asp

graisseurs sur un XJ
http://www.fetten.rulz.de/

catalogue de pieces
http://www.xjjeeps.com/tech_reference.asp?section=2&ID=0

nr des pieces d´origine
http://www.forceauto.ru/catalogs/chrysler.html

explication des codes d´erreur
http://minimopar.knizefamily.net/fault/index.html

plusieurs liens
http://www.nojeepnofun.de/Tuning_Src.html

des echapements flowmaster
http://www.flowmastermufflers.com/

petit lien de calculs
http://leifi.physik.uni-muenchen.de/web_ph10/materialseiten/m06_schaltungen.htm
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MessageSujet: Re: Adresses utiles   Mer 23 Mai 2007 - 9:31

Pieces jeep :

http://www.4x4suspension.com

http://www.magnum-jeep.com

http://www.quadrajeep.com

voila bien
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MessageSujet: Re: Adresses utiles   Dim 27 Mai 2007 - 10:42

Et puis www.quadratec.com aussi Wink


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MessageSujet: Re: Adresses utiles   Dim 27 Mai 2007 - 20:44

ASP Eberle est bien également pour commander des pieces Jeep: envoi rapide de l'Allemagne.

http://www.asp-eberle.com/


PS. Franck, il y a erreur dans ton lien c'est www.quadratec.com !

www.4wd.com est bien aussi.

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MessageSujet: Re: Adresses utiles   Mer 9 Jan 2008 - 11:48

Je pense que l'on peut mettre un power-seller d'Ebay http://stores.ebay.fr/jeepchryslerparts
Il a 100% d'evals positive et il vends que des truc pour nos Jeep !
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MessageSujet: Re: Adresses utiles   Lun 28 Avr 2008 - 17:16

voici encore qques liens (en vrac comme je les ai trouvés)



Some great places to hang out and gain info NAXJA, Pirate, Comanche
club is just a few you will find that there is a lot great website out
there. Just do some searching.



Best place to find junk yards and parts:

http://car-part.com/index.htm

This is a great junk yard out in Cal.

http://www.jwjeep.com/



Some great pic here of MJ and XJ’s

http://www.xjdb.com/

http://www.naxja.org/forum/showthread.php?t=54762

http://www.comancheclub.com/forums/viewtopic.php?t=15

http://www.comancheclub.com/forums/viewtopic.php?t=112





Some different right ups here

http://www.madxj.com/

http://www.madxj.com/MADXJ/technical/technicalfiles/ARD30shafts297andSeals/D30shafts297andSeals.htm

http://madxj.com/MADXJ/technical/technicalfiles/SRrockerPanels/RockerPanels.htm

http://jeep.off-road.com/jeep/article/articleDetail.jsp?id=257801

http://jeep.off-road.com/jeep/article/articleDetail.jsp?id=257801

http://www.go.jeep-xj.info/HowtoAlignment.htm

http://www.fourwheeler.com/howto/34047/index.html

http://www.4x4wire.com/jeep/tech/axle/xj_dana44_02/

http://www.opiebennett.com/tech/frontbumper/index.php

http://www.metalwebnews.com/howto/tube-bender/tube-bender.html

http://jeephorizons.com/phpbb/viewtopic.php?t=5833&

http://jeep.off-road.com/jeep/article/articleDetail.jsp?id=257864

http://projectxj.com/mods/doorless.htm

http://www.rockcrawler.com/techreports/index.asp

http://www.rockcrawler.com/techreports/bulletproof_xj/index.asp



O most forgot to add the DIY section of Comanche Club:

http://www.comancheclub.com/forums/viewforum.php?f=9



Stroker info:

http://www.rockcrawler.com/techreports/stroker40/page2.asp

http://www.speedomotive.com/ps-147-15-jeep-40l-to-45l-stroker-crank-kit.aspx



How To: Gauge Cluster Swap / Odometer Recalibration (Lots of Pics)

http://www.naxja.org/forum/showthread.php?t=921205



Some different people that carry parts and stuff

http://www.mountainoffroad.com/more.htm

http://www.madxj.com/MADXJ/technical/technicalfiles/ARD30shafts297andSeals/D30shafts297andSeals.htm

http://www.crboffroad.com/frontbumpers.html

http://www.tntcustoms.com/webV5/default2.asp

http://www.quadratec.com/products/52435_01.htm

http://www.jcroffroad.com/Merchant2/merchant.mvc?Screen=CTGY&Category_Code=XJB

http://www.diy4x.com/main.htm

http://www.dpgoffroad.com/engine.htm

http://www.rigidco.com/FbW.htm

http://www.jbconversions.com/pages/index1.html

http://www.roughcountry.com/

http://www.quadratec.com/default.php

http://www.rocky-road.com/index2.html

http://www.pacesetterexhaust.com/jeep.htm

http://www.rockkrawler.com/

http://www.rustysoffroad.com/

http://polyperformance.com/shop/product.php?productid=699&cat=158&page=1



Seat Swap:

http://www.geocities.com/xjs4ever/seats_console.html



Half doors:

http://www.formattfab.com/

Locker:

http://www.offroadlockers.com/



Some parks

http://www.orvpark.com/

http://www.rorp.com/homepage.html



Axle chart:

http://coloradok5.com/axleguide.shtml



8.8 info

http://members.cox.net/quanno/ford88.html



http://www.jedi.com/obiwan/jeep/ford88.html



http://www.stu-offroad.com/axle/8.8axle/8.8axle-1.htm



http://www.jeepsunlimited.com/forums...d.php?t=674123

spicer# for the flanged yoke on the 8.8

2-2-1379

flange bolts for the 8.8 at the axle part# Ford P/N N800594-S100

spring preches that i used on the 8.8

http://www.performancedepot.com/productdisplay.html?sku=387685&hdwt=31101&loc=101&dealer=



Tow strap saftey

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2JBnxSqpuCM



Measuring for new shocks?

89MJay wrote:
I
always try and set up suspension with about 25% up travel and 75%
droop. Meaning all but 1" of the shock travel is being used up on full
compression (bumpstops touching).


I don't have access to a fork truck so I do it like this...



When building the front suspension I hook up all the control arms and
pull the coils out. Mount one of front tires. Jack up that side until
the tire is within 1" of touching the fender (after final fender
cutting). If the bumpstops aren't touching the distance that remains
between them is how much bumpstop needs to be added. For instance if
you jack it up and the tire is 1" from the fender and there is a 2" gap
between the bumpstops I add 2" to the bumpstops so that they touch when
the tire is 1" away from the fender.



Now the bumpstops are right and I move on to shocks.



With the new bumpstops in I fully compress that side of the
suspension again (with or without the tire on)(doesn't matter because
the bumpstops are right now!) Next I measure the distance between the
shock mounts. I add 1" to this measurement. That gives me the
compressed length of the shock. Next you fully droop that side of
suspension and measure the distance between the shock mounts. This
gives me the extended length of the shock. Now I know what size shocks
to order.


When ordering shocks I usually look for one that has the compressed
length that I am needing and whatever travel shock that ends up being
is whatever it is.


This method of setting up front suspensions gives you most ideal setup.
It sets your bumpstops so your tires don't hit. It gives you the most
ideal shock for your suspension height that will give you the most
droop possible and gives you a shock that isn't too long or too short.



I always hate to see nicely built long arm setups where people are
running shocks that are way too short. It drastically reduced the
amount of droop that they could be getting out of their front end. I
have a buddy with a TJ who installed a Full Traction long arm and
installed the shocks that they sent with the kit. The shocks were
obviously from a smaller lift kit because they were way short for his
6" lift. This caused his front suspension to only droop a limited
amount. He could not use the suspension to it's full potential until we
measured for the correct shock. After buying the right length shock it
flexes amazing!



Shew.... tired of typing now.


FSM's, Manuals (AW4, NP231, AX15), Install Directions, and a ton of other stuff. - http://www.greatlakesxj.com/tech.html

Well if I repost some sorry but this is my jeep bookmarks....



http://www.yuccaman.com/jeep/re_db.html

http://www.detoursusa.com/xjbackbone.php

http://www.xjdb.com/gallery/v/mjs/xjdb0459.jpg.html

https://www.rjroffroad.com/Winch-Mounts-c-352.html

http://www.greatlakes4x4.com/

https://www.rjroffroad.com/product.php?productid=16952&cat=369&page=1

http://www.tntcustoms.com/webv5/xjstiffeners.asp

http://www.stylintrucks.com/parts.aspx?selected_prod_ids=1583&attribute_value_string%7cFinish=Polished&canned_results_trigger=&partid=512984

http://members.cox.net/wilsond/Fixes/diagnostics.html#CPSdetails

http://www.rustysoffroad.com/

http://www.ruffstuffspecialties.com/catalog/index.php

http://www.rockcrawler.com/techreports/stroker40/index.asp

http://www.precisionautoinjectors.com/category.sc?categoryId=2

http://www.polyperformance.com/shop/home.php

http://www.rbroffroad.com/

http://store.summitracing.com/partdetail.asp?autofilter=1&part=PSM%2D70%2D1191&N=700+4294923429+4294839039+4294918680+4294907043+4294908280+4294840046+4294925008+4294908279+115&autoview=sku

http://www.tellico4x4.com/product_info.php/cPath/51_994/products_id/22385

http://www.naxja.org/

http://www.motionoffroad.com/

http://www.teamcherokee.com/Transmission/index.html

http://www.partstrain.com/ShopByVehicle/JEEP/COMANCHE

http://www.4wd.com/

http://car-part.com/

http://www.nealstruckparts.com/

http://www.stockinteriors.com/AutoCarpet.asp?Itemid=2720&MakeId=14&ModelId=249

http://treadwright.com/



control arm lengths



http://greatlakesxj.activeboard.com/index.spark?forumID=43793&p=3&topicID=14987672

http://jeepgarage.free.fr/ownersmanual.html



http://www.midwestcontrol.com/

http://www.hannemannfiberglass.com/Jeep_Commanche.html

http://www.myjeepspace.com/login/

CASE info...



http://www.test-of-fire.com/Transfer%20Case%20Application%20Guide.htm







tHE HOME PAGE...

http://www.test-of-fire.com/index.html
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MessageSujet: Re: Adresses utiles   Dim 8 Juin 2008 - 20:42

encore trouvé qqch de pas mal

http://www.naxja.org/forum/showthread.php?t=951380


i tried to organize the best facts into categories, engine bay,
suspension & axles, and interior/exterior pretty stuff (stuff that
wont effect your wheeling ability)


INTERIOR/EXTERIOR PRETTY STUFF:


lebaron hood vents -12$ each

scored a plug in factory trailer wiring harness from the junkyard.

On the earlier models you can get the clock off the dash and bolt it on.

Factory fog lights and switches

I've seen XJs with factory stereo amps under the rear seat.

When I go to junkyards, I always look for someone who has upgraded
their heaadlights to the Hellas or any with the replaceable H4 bulbs.

'97+ mirrors are a direct swap to the older '84-'96 models and allow
you to fold them on the trail and get a slightly larger mirror as well.

For the MJ folks: Some may not realize that the pre '96 XJ buckets are bolt-in as well as the XJ consoles (both full and mini).

Also for those who already have buckets, some early buckets had a
tilting seat bottom as well as the seat back. The mechanism for this
feature was contained in the seat mount and if you can find the mount
with it you can swap it in under your original seats gaining a lot more
adjustability (my first MJ had these seats and I could never get
comfortable in my XJ until I scored a set of bases outta the same '87
Poineer I got my 4.10's from).

Some police versions have rubber liners (like pickups) instead of carpet.


SUSPENSION & AXLES:

WJ front LCA's
-same length as stock XJ LCA's but have a bend for clearance of wider tires
-slightly thicker steel than XJ LCA's and made of boxed square tubing instead of channel

ZJ Pitman Arm for a 1" drop.
MJ shackles for 1/2" lift.
95+ or any ABS equipped XJ for the 297 front axleshafts.

- rear sway bar axle mounts as bar pin eliminators on your shocks -free$$$,
- newer xj's have longer sway bar end links by about 1-1.5", cheap at 8$ each to clear coils on a small lift

-all skids at picnpull are 13$ in CA, (gas tank, t case, front skid too!)

for my rear lift I had bought early 90's 4 door blazers and 3" add a
leaf. Been almost a year and still sitting square and at 6" I used all
the leafs from both plus the add a leaf. Still flexes decent.



Rear brake line option. 84 dodge ram van is 12" longer than a stock hose and works great.

chevy truck brake lines in the front and dakota line for the rear. more than enough for 6in.


don't know if it's been mentioned, but a "free" mod is just using the
stock rear swaybard mounts as BPE's. Use 1/2" x 2 1/2" grade 8 hardware
with the bushing pressed out of the swaybar and pressed into the new
shock eye. Works perfectly well, beats buying the same thing that comes
with a fancy sticker..except I guess my rig might go faster with
stickers on it Laughing
here's a picture, stock shock on the right and rear MJ shock with the
aforementioned BPE attached on the left. Good for 3-4" of lift.



the rear lower control arms on the geo tracker 90-99, suzuki sidekick,
and chevy tracker, all 90-99, are 2 inches longer than the xj front
control arms, and will fit directly, with a little love. they are round
stock, and torque pretty good.



http://www.yuccaman.com/jeep/re_db.html website to calculate the amount of LCA length you need to correct your camber with lift.


The longer (rear) WJ LCA's would add caster to your front end.
WJ rear LCA's
-don't have the tire clearance bend but are 2” longer than stock XJ LCA's
- slightly thicker steel than XJ LCA's and made of boxed square tubing instead of channel
-can be modded to fit XJ by cutting down the bushings to fit in the XJ's LCA pockets

ZJ
V8 coils give 1” of lift on a XJ
gastank skid can be made to fit a 97+ XJ
rear discs can be swapped onto a c-clip D35 or corp 8.25
V8 tierod is much stronger than the XJs and is a direct swap.

Early to mid 90s ford crown vic rear disc brakes are almost a direct
swap to an XJ d44 or non c-clip d35. All that is needed to bolt them up
is a spacer that goes between the outer bearing retainer and outer
bearing seal to make up the difference in thickness between the caliper
bracket and drum bracket to give the proper bearing preload. On the XJ
d44 you can use the factory outer retainer for a TJ Rubicon d44 (mopar
pn 1-05083678AA) after it is redrilled to correct axle flange bolt
pattern. On the non c-clip d35 a custom spacer must be fabbed up. A
1/4” tall section of 2.5” od tubing with a ~.120 wall thickness should
work.

The following vehicles rear leaf packs can be used in combination w/ an
XJs mainleaf to lift the rear end (cut the eyes off of the mainleafs).
Trial and error will determine how much lift.
Dakota leafs
S10 leafs
MJ leafs
XJ leafs

YJ rear brake line is 3” longer than the XJ's and is a direct swap.


S-10 chevy rear leafs - when using the main eye and bottom most leaf
with the rest of a stock XJ pack it will yield about 3.5" of lift.


V8 ZJ stock coils - about 1.5" taller than stock XJ


I got my 4.10 axles from a 4 cylinder rig...most of them have 4.10 gearing. (also in the v6 2.Cool



Vehicle OD Wire Dia Free Turns Free Length Rate lb/in Lift inches
Chrokee 5 .5512 7 18 209 0
72 F-150 5.3 .6299 7.5 16.5 287 .250
94 TBird 5.0 .6299 9.0 18 297 1.93
75 E-150 5.5 .700 7.5 17 409 2.16
70's F-250 4wd 5.38 .685 8.5 17 356 1.67
65 F-100 5.13 .6772 7.5 ? 448
73 E-150 van 5.50 .748 8.75 ? 473



ENGINE BAY:


90 XJ pressure bottle
I was having problems with my 90 XJ pressure cap holding pressure, the
local NAPA didn't have one in stock and I was noticing a crack forming
in the bottle.
Of course there were none to be had at he local U-Pull-It, so I started
searching for an alturnative to changing over to the 91 and later
system (I had just changed the rad over to a new copper and brass 2 row
unit. My search of the wrecking yard came up with 2 possibilities, late
90's Ford Crown Vic or Dodge Intrepid and its cousins, being an old
MoPar guy I chose the Intrepid.

I removed the old bottle and the shelf it was mounted on, the Intrepid bottle fit like it was made for the XJ.

The lower hose was almost a exact fit, I didnt have to but I replaced
it with a short piece of bulk 5/8" and it was a exact fit on both ends.

The upper hose was a little bit of a problem I had to adapt from 5/8"
to 3/8", a trip to the hardware store and I found the brass adapters I
needed.

The total project including the trip around the junk yard took me 2 hrs and looks like a factory installation

click this link for pix.
http://illiweb.com/fa/pbucket.gif




I have a 2000 XJ, and added cruise from the junkyard for $30!!

You need the underhood servo, with its vacuum line and throttle cable.
The holes for it are already in the pass fender. The wiring plug was
there also. Even the throttle cable bracket and throttle body were set
up to accept the cruise cable. The vacuum line at the servo mounting
point even has a "T" fitting with a small cap on it. Just take off the
cap and plug on the servo's vacuum line.

You will also need the switches off the steering wheel. This means you
need to take off the airbag so be sure to disconnect the battery.
Needed a small torx bit to get the switches off. They bolt right on in
place of the "blanks" on my steering wheel.

You also need the clockspring that sits behind the steering wheel. Pull
you own wheel first so you know what tools you need. The first time I
went I was not prepared. You need a good steering wheel puller. The
clockspring is what connects the wires from the airbag and switches to
the rest of the wiring, allowing the steering wheel to turn.

BE CAREFUL--apparently the switches from 98 or 99 and down and 99 or
2000 and up are different EVEN THOUGH THEY LOOK IDENTICAL. Sorry I
don't know exactly, I wasn't paying attention when I pulled my first
set but they did not work. I went back and got some off a 2000 (after
doing some research) plugged them in and BANG the green "cruise" light
on the dash lit up when I pushed on. Works like a charm and easy.

Sorry don't know how much work is involved in the earlier models.

I also scored a newer style intake manifold from the junkyard, and got the power steering bracket that is required to install it



Forgot about an other good mod that I had to do.
converting from the close system to open without changing your radatior
using junkyard parts. Go to the yard and look for dakotas or durangos
with a 4.7 and grab the upper hose to get there fill cap. Cut section
out of the upper hose and install into it and find an any over flow
bottle that will work. Block or elimitate the T'ed lines in the heater
core and your done.




zj's and 97+ xj's come with a plastic fuel cell with the pump assembly
on top, not too ugly either, perfect for an incab fuel cell on the
cheap that will still take the stock fuel pump.


don't forget the late model Ford taurus dual electric fan to replace
the mechanical on the 4.0 96-98 ford taurus, dual speed electric fans,
like 4000cfm air combined.


A Dodge Durango steering box will work as an upgrade also. http://www.naxja.org/forum/showthread.php?t=71626


95-96 XJ power brake booster - great replacement to the renix crap.


350 or 351 power steering pump - works alot better than what we all
have now especially with 35+ sixed tires. Mounts easily does take some
welding.


The alt. from a 98 era 318 grand cherokee or dakota will bolt in with a
slight exchange of parts. My stock alt. was 117 amp the grands was a
136 amp...and some of the older xjs were only 90 amp. Wiring should
probably be taken into consideration if going from 90 to 136 though...



If youve scrapped your renix AC for OBA - use the existing AC cooler
and plum it into the power steering gear box, you use alot more PS
fluid but wont get the "whine" when turning at crawl speeds.


(transfer case mod)
How about the guts from a Dodge truck 231? Wider chain and so on for an upgrade on your 231...
There have been posts here before regarding this mod, might be a cheap
T case junkyard upgrade for those lookin to do some mods on the cheap
Consoles for shifters (if anyone cares) are modular - If you need to
downsize from full to shorty the shift indicator from an auto will fit
into the hole left when you pull out the manual rubber boot - and vice
versa. The sheet metal tabs sticking out of the tunnel have screws
buried under all the dirt and will come out. However, carpet patching
is necessary, if you bother.


92+ HO 4.0's - almost everything is straight accross swapable with the
non HO engine. If your not a wiring geneous as I am not, use everything
that doesnt need the computer, head, intake, exhaust, etc. Use your
renix TB, injectors, etc. I did this just recently and noticed a
considerable change in power. The HO head is ported much better along
with the intake and exhaust.


A Comanche overflow tank mounts on the fender next to the stock air
filter if you have (converted) to the open radiator. The 18" hose that
comes with it is almost too long - beats the 3+ foot hose and gangly
tall factory thingy behind the battery.

The old chrome custom oil breathers from small block chevies are PVC
sized and pop right in to the valve cover - NO more oil on the air
filter. Yes, the hood shuts. I am also looking for a mid 90's Pontiac
oil separator/breather from the quad 4 (?) which even includes a finned
cast aluminum body and oil return line to the nearest point. I looks
like it was styled by the same guy who did the valve cover, and is my
latest search item when out junking.

Mid 90's caravans have a nice tranny cooler the size of Hayden's
smallest 400 series - but they are plate style, not fins, even better.
Get them with the bracket and hoses.


Get an extra jamb switch to install 12" down from the hinges on the
hatch - so you can actually get the back light on when it opens,
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MessageSujet: Re: Adresses utiles   Lun 13 Oct 2008 - 1:58

salut,
je tiens a ajouter mon nom ,
car je crois que par ici certaines pieces usagées sont disponibles a bas prix . si jamais vous avez besoin de pieces je peux essayer de vous les trouver et si vous trouvez une piece par ici qui vous intéresses, je peux m`ocuper de vous la faire parvenir .
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MessageSujet: Re: Adresses utiles   Lun 13 Oct 2008 - 17:43

ok c'est noté, Dan Wink
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MessageSujet: Re: Adresses utiles   Lun 13 Oct 2008 - 18:02

merci Dan bien bien
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MessageSujet: Re: Adresses utiles   Jeu 13 Nov 2008 - 22:15

Voici un lien intéressant avec des tests de tous types de pneus TT:

http://www.offroaders.com/tech/AT-MT-Tires/

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MessageSujet: Re: Adresses utiles   Mar 18 Nov 2008 - 21:10

Vous avez oublier un des plus grands revendeurs de pièces neuves pour nos Jeep en France et dont les prix sont trés intéréssant:

http://www.jeepjacob.com
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MessageSujet: Re: Adresses utiles   Mer 18 Mar 2009 - 12:02

Bon j'apporte une petite pierre a vos adresses utiles ...malheureusement pas pour les jeep pour l'instant (j'ai fait une demande), mais vous avez sûrement d'autres marques de véhicules aussi .




Donc ceci concerne la plus grande majorité des véhicules

Je vous propose de profiter d'une offre que j'ai obtenu de EBC France (plaquettes de frein - disques de frein ... etc ... standard ou hautes performances )

Cette offre est normalement pour le club Subaru , mais je veux vous en faire profiter aussi .

J'ai obtenu une remise "club" de 22% sur toutes les gammes , et le port gratuit des 40€ .

Pour en profiter , remplissez votre panier , remplissez les champs (coordonnées) et a ce moment , il y a une case "code de réduction" , c'est ici que cela se passe pour la reduc .




Tapez wcs19 dans cette case , et vous bénéficiez des 22%

Le lien vers ce constructeur est direct , pas d'intermédiaire , histoire d'avoir les meilleurs prix !!!

http://www.automotostop.com/index.php?page=auto&mat=plaquettes


Pour ceux qui ne connaissent pas EBC , c'est une marque vraiment très bien , avec un gros palmarès !
Leurs plaquettes sont les plus propre du marcher , j'entends pas la quelles ne produisent que très très peu de résidus sur les jantes .

voila ^^
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MessageSujet: Re: Adresses utiles   Mer 18 Mar 2009 - 12:11

Bon j'ai deja eu la reponse de leurs part Smile ils sont efficaces ces gens , dingue !!!

Citation :
Bonjour,

Vous trouverez Jeep chez chrysler USA:
http://www.automotostop.com/index.php?page=auto&mat=plaquettes&marque=22&type=242&modele=1181&genre=

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Cyril DUQUENOY - Automotostop.com
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Donc ils les font aussi ^^
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MessageSujet: Re: Adresses utiles   Mer 18 Mar 2009 - 16:48

puisque ce post est "resorti d'outre tombe" mdr13 ,on peut y ajouter www.4x4garage.fr ,hein grim???
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MessageSujet: Re: Adresses utiles   Mer 18 Mar 2009 - 16:50

hehe oui merci.

par contre je deconseille le gwtec!..
beaucoup on commandé, payé et n´ont jamais ete livré.!
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MessageSujet: Re: Adresses utiles   Ven 20 Mar 2009 - 13:42

Pour les plaquettes et disques EBC BRAKES

le code en majuscule WCS19 est à ajouter dans la case au dessus de votre nom, sur la page de votre profil et non en code promo avec la référence du produit

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MessageSujet: Re: Adresses utiles   Mar 14 Juil 2009 - 8:13

un lien avec les catalogues de pieces

http://www.forceauto.ru/_pages/mitchel/index.php?st=1&l=eWVhcj09MTk5OA%3D%3D
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MessageSujet: Re: Adresses utiles   Dim 24 Jan 2010 - 17:25

Un lien avec toutes sortes de visserie à l'unitée ,pas américain compris Very Happy

http://www.marleva.net/

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MessageSujet: Re: Adresses utiles   Mar 9 Mar 2010 - 9:55

Pour des bougies IRIDIUM de grande qualitée DENSO pour nos xj 4.0 (87>90)
http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/IQ20-5302-DENSO-Iridium-Spark-Plugs-4pack-or-more_W0QQcmdZViewItemQQhashZitem3efce57413QQitemZ270530868243QQptZMotorsQ5fCarQ5fTruckQ5fPartsQ5fAccessories

moi perso j'ai acheter chez lui , c'est un vendeur serieux
http://cgi.ebay.fr/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=290379002503&ssPageName=STRK:MEWNX:IT

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MessageSujet: Re: Adresses utiles   Mar 5 Mar 2013 - 7:39

je suis nouveau dans le monde de la jeep .
j'ai commandé d'entretien a 16h30 recu le lendemain 8h .

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