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    Default Best online parts source??

    Who is the go-to site these days -- best online kubota parts place? Surely all y'all buy your parts online.

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    Last edited by Jay4200; 09-27-2010 at 04:00 PM.

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    Default Re: Best online parts source??

    I use Messick's. There are quite a few though, and I am sure others will chime in!!

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    I have used Coleman's and have been happy with the prices and service.
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    I agree with Deano, Messick's is fast and very reasonable. Both times I have used them, I have felt guilty though. I'm a firm believer in buying local when practical. I want to give them my business so they will be around when I really need them. Personally, I don't mind paying a little more (if this is the case) to give them my business.
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    Default Re: Best online parts source??

    I've always used "Tractor Smart". Prices have always been better (even with shipping) than my local kubota Dealer.

    Hey, but I'm always willing to go to a better source. Messick's ? Can't really say I've tried them for parts. Next time, I'll have to check with them.

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    Default Re: Best online parts source??

    Quote Originally Posted by thavil View Post
    I agree with Deano, Messick's is fast and very reasonable. Both times I have used them, I have felt guilty though. I'm a firm believer in buying local when practical. I want to give them my business so they will be around when I really need them. Personally, I don't mind paying a little more (if this is the case) to give them my business.
    I agree with you Tod. If I wasn't 1 hour each way from Gardiner's, I would buy more from them. The time plus the fuel is more than twice as much as I spend in shipping to get the parts next day (by ground). The pricing, by the way, is really not an issue.

    Look for a PM shortly Tod.

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    Default Re: Best online parts source??

    Quote Originally Posted by thavil View Post
    ... I'm a firm believer in buying local when practical. I want to give them my business so they will be around when I really need them. Personally, I don't mind paying a little more (if this is the case) to give them my business.
    A few weeks ago, I went to my local kubota dealer approximately 10 miles away and spent over $400 for engine oil, SUDT, filters, etc. I had 4 cases of oil and one of parts when all was brought out to the counter. The young man at the counter pushed it to the front of the counter, I paid, he got his cart and proceeded to wait on the next customer. Not a word of thanks, not an offer to help load or anything. I am 70 years old and thankfully am very much able to load for myself. I made 5 trips to my truck and nobody on staff made any effort to assist, not even to open the door for me. I won't feel guilty at all purchasing future parts on line. The JD dealer nearby is even worse.

    If you have a good dealer, that is a different issue. In my case, I will pay MORE on line rather than go back.
    Why can't I be just half as smart as some people think they are?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr. Bob View Post
    I have used Coleman's and have been happy with the prices and service.
    Make that two happy customers.
    Fast service too.
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    Default Re: Best online parts source??

    Quote Originally Posted by thavil View Post
    I have felt guilty though. I'm a firm believer in buying local when practical. I want to give them my business so they will be around when I really need them. Personally, I don't mind paying a little more (if this is the case) to give them my business.


    I agree, but do to the sad shape our economy is in, 3 kubota dealers around me have closed.
    I don't have any choice but to buy online, if I want Kubota Parts.
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