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I need a part but i cant find it on rock auto

Im looking for the tub that the dip stick does into mine has been held in place with a zip tie since i bought it and it broke off some how. but i cant find it on rock auto or advance auto.


Can someone help me out plz

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Hit up a junkyard bro.


Are you talking about the dipstick tube that slides into the oilpan or block?
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the dip stick tube
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He's not thinking with his dip stick......SHANEH!
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the engine oil dip stick tub
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dealership has the dipstick and dipstick tube


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i dont want to pay out the nose for you and i want a new one but i guess im guna hve to go to the junk yard
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i dont want to pay out the nose for you and i want a new one but i guess im guna hve to go to the junk yard
One from the junkyard will be just as good, and cheaper.
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yeah i guess now i just have to make time to go there i wanted to just order one on line so i didnt have to go to the junk yard
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i dont want to pay out the nose for you and i want a new one but i guess im guna hve to go to the junk yard
doesn't the dealership only sell new parts?
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go to a hardware store and get some aluminum tubing of the same size diameter and cut it to the length you need...you may have to bend it a little, though that's your cheapest route.

but i would say hit the junkyard first that way if you find one you'll know it will work
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doesn't the dealership only sell new parts?
Mark i dont need your **** dont post in my threads plz

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go to a hardware store and get some aluminum tubing of the same size diameter and cut it to the length you need...you may have to bend it a little, though that's your cheapest route.

but i would say hit the junkyard first that way if you find one you'll know it will work
yeah i thought about that but it will be alot easier to just go to a junk yard
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Dude one from the JY will be fine and it wont cost you much of anything. Time is the worst part though, finding the time to go find one
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yeah tell me about it
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yeah tell me about it
he just did.
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he just did.
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