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Discussion in 'VF Holden Commodore (2013 - 2017)' started by br77, Oct 4, 2017.

  1. cashie

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    What did shipping end up costing you, they wanted $70 when I checked out a few items.
     
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    No, the struts and lines move with the steering, no stretch at all.
     
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    30usd mate, I just got 10 bolts
     
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    I priced a set of bolts and changed the shopping basket a couple of times to see what the impact was on the shipping costs. In the end I ordered 12x front bolts and 12x rear bolts to give me three full sets. Total for the bolts is US$69.72. Shipping is US$42.35. Total US$112.07
     
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    So basically for what I paid at Holden for 4 bolts you got 24. Crazy really.
     
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    totally agree,its a crazy price
     
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    A couple of tips if anyone else is ordering from https://www.tascaparts.com/

    The website recommends entering your VIN number so that they can check if you have ordered the correct parts. I thought that I’d give it a try as GM is a global company, right. A few days later I got an email explaining that I had provided a VIN from an overseas built car and that they couldn’t check it. They put my order on hold until I confirmed that I still wanted to proceed. It was great that they tried to check the VIN but couldn’t. I suggest not bothering with providing the VIN as it will only hold up your order.

    The only other issue I found was that an Australian issued VISA card was rejected by the Tasca Parts website (mismatched address). PayPal worked fine.

    The basic level shipping is via DHL. I’m awaiting arrival of my order.

    Happy shopping!
     
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    Another trick with the Tasca website is if you fill your cart and enter your PayPal address, go to PayPal and then close it without confirming the purchase, Tasca will send you a 5% discount voucher to complete the purchase.
    I found out when I went to PayPal, saw the shipping estimate and backed out.
     
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    will try to close it 20 times to get free parts
     
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    Hi chrisp,

    Did you buy the part number 92139223 ? The search on tascaparts returns no results for this part number

    The part number 92139080 , rear is about $10 . I assume it is each.
     
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    The parts ordered were 11570788 and 11515778. I’ve attached a copy of the order details below.

    BTW, I haven’t had to use any of these yet, so I can’t 100% confirm that the part numbers are correct and are the same as the corresponding Holden part numbers. I simply went off the discussions on this forum as the the part numbers to order.

    I can dig them out and check what part numbers are actually on the packages if you wish?

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    Here is a picture of the two parts. The 11515778 is (about) a 10 x 45mm and the 11570788 is (about) a 12 x 55mm. The measurements are of the shafts (excluding the heads) and are approximate as I used a tape measure on them without opening the packets!

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