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View Poll Results: Are you interested in Purcahsing 05+ Total Chaos Upper Control Arms??
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Old 07-25-2009, 09:16 PM   #1
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GROUP BUY FEELER!! Total Chaos UCAs

READ THIS FIRST!!! This is only a FEELER POST! Vote if you are interested or not... Also if you would like to leave some guidance for me as to some previous buys, any info would be appreciated... I will let this survey run out and see what kind of response I get then I will try to get some prices out to you guys!

NOTE: Looking for only "INTERESTED" members, IF in fact the PRICE and SHIPPING are suitable...

NOTE: Also be aware that other group buys were able to get the price down to $600 with free shipping in the lower 48(some got the price so low it could not be posted "apparently", so I am trying to track that down)... So there is a starting point.. If this interests you then you would be even happier with a lower price... The more interest the better the price...

Lets make this as easy as possible guys!! Thanks!!
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Old 07-25-2009, 09:20 PM   #2
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if i can come up with the cash i would be into that
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Old 07-25-2009, 09:23 PM   #3
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I need FOR SURE answers here... If we are gonna make this work I have to know! I dont wanna present this to a specific TC Rep. or perspective retailer and then it fall through... Thanks guys!
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Old 07-25-2009, 10:15 PM   #5
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I am guessing that guys/gals wont be taking a look at a group buy feeler for something they already have... No need for them to vote but they can if they feel like it I guess!
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Thank you! I guess I meant "if the price is right" its a "for sure"... I understand that without price and shipping its a shot in the dark but I just wanna know if the interest is large enough to pursue...
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Thank you! I guess I meant "if the price is right" its a "for sure"... I understand that without price and shipping its a shot in the dark but I just wanna know if the interest is large enough to pursue...

I also believe there was a TC UCA group buy a few months back. You should look for that thread and see what they were selling for. Or PM someone that bought from that group buy and see what the price was. Good luck.
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Anyway we can do both 1st gen and 2nd gen?
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I'm in for sure, depending on price.
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I am looking in 2nd Generation 05+... I feel that is where the need/popularity exists... How many 1st generation guys are we talking?! It could be a possibility I guess...
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I'm in for sure, depending on price.
If in fact you buy a set do you have someone in the states to ship to?? Shipping to Canada is apparently a pain...
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If in fact you buy a set do you have someone in the states to ship to?? Shipping to Canada is apparently a pain...
Does anyone have more info on this?
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I'm looking for aftermarket UCA's but they don't have to be TC.

I need them on my 2nd gen.

Let me know if you can get a good price on them. TC would be my preference but I would get another model if it was substantially cheaper.
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From the representative that I spoke with, he said there is a concern with the exchange rate plus taxes and extra fees with shipping to Canada. This is the reason for "free shipping to the lower 48".. He also said that many times the customer ships to an address in the states then the item it "taken" across... If you want the UCAs and you live in Canada you WILL have to pay for added shipping costs...
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I'm looking for aftermarket UCA's but they don't have to be TC.

I need them on my 2nd gen.

Let me know if you can get a good price on them. TC would be my preference but I would get another model if it was substantially cheaper.
Keep an eye on this poll and please READ the first POST... Once the poll is complete the final prices will be given! As of now you can estimate the cost at $600/free shipping to the lower 48... I am however trying to get that price lowered and I may not be able to openly post it due to manufacturers absolute price...
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Keep an eye on this poll and please READ the first POST... Once the poll is complete the final prices will be given! As of now you can estimate the cost at $600/free shipping to the lower 48... I am however trying to get that price lowered and I may not be able to openly post it due to manufacturers absolute price...

I read the first post and the rest of the thread. If you get a price lower than $600, PM me.

Thanks for your work on this.
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From the representative that I spoke with, he said there is a concern with the exchange rate plus taxes and extra fees with shipping to Canada. This is the reason for "free shipping to the lower 48".. He also said that many times the customer ships to an address in the states then the item it "taken" across... If you want the UCAs and you live in Canada you WILL have to pay for added shipping costs...
I have a US P.O address in Washington state. So I could have the UCA's shipped there or shipped directly to my place in Canada. Whatever works better.
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