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post #1 of (permalink) Old 09-29-2002, 08:39 AM
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Where to buy Eldebrock Intake??

I live in Ontario and I drive truck into the Eastern States and sometimes down to Florida.
I am going to be buying a new intake for my truck in the states sometime soon and was wondering where the best places to buy one would be.
I am looking to find out which store would be best and which states have the best rates on taxes.(Somebody up here told me there is a big difference between some states)
What do you guys think?
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Re: Where to buy Eldebrock Intake??

Just order it online at Summit and you won't pay shipping or sales tax.

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Re: Where to buy Eldebrock Intake??

I don't know where in Ontario you live but if you go through Michigan and take I75 down to Florida you can stop by Summit on your way through. It's not too far from Akron from what I've heard. I've never been there.

I've been told that in-store prices are higher but you won't have to pay for the "handling fee" (or so I'm told). I think Ohio's sales tax is 5% (it might be 6 by now, who knows). Since shipping is high in Canada (like everything else) it might be worth your time to go visit Summit.
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Re: Where to buy Eldebrock Intake??

Thanks for the help guys.
I live just East of Toronto and cross at Niagara Falls.
I go to Annapolis Maryland usually a couple of times a week, so I was thinking if I got something shipped to there then I wouldn't have to declare the part and pay any duty on it at the border when I cross.
I will take a look at Summit for sure.
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