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Just came across this website on another forum thanks to a bloke in the states trying to rebuild a cordia gearbox.

 

The way the website works is great and gives you genuine part numbers for what looks like everything.

 

Apologies if this has been posted already. I don't come here that often these days but this could come in very useful for ordering parts.

 

https://partsouq.com...te?c=Mitsubishi



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Thanks for sharing.

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This is great. Thanks for sharing.



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Have used them many times, great service :).



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I have a question. Some of the parts, when you hover over the code, will then show 2 different parts numbers for the same thing. Which part number is correct, or will they have 2 part numbers for the same thing? I'm a little confused, and don't want to go ordering the wrong parts.



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What part in particular.


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I have a question. Some of the parts, when you hover over the code, will then show 2 different parts numbers for the same thing. Which part number is correct, or will they have 2 part numbers for the same thing? I'm a little confused, and don't want to go ordering the wrong parts.

I think this relates to an upgraded or replacement for the original factory part.



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What part in particular.

 

There's a few actually, but one in particular is the wastegate actuator (code 12501). 

 

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Forgot the link
https://partsouq.com...=&uid=371501&q=


Edited by NFG, 20 July 2017 - 05:10 AM.


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Its usually superseded. If you use either number they will most likely send superseded part as the older part is no longer in production

Edited by evo-gsr, 20 July 2017 - 04:52 AM.

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I just ordered a few hundred dollars worth of parts from them.  Everything arrived safe and sound, and the site couldn't be easier to use.  I switched between amayama.com and partsouq.com to compare prices and shipping.  Sometimes you only have one option to use, so I have multiple boxes inbound this time, from Japan and the UAE.

Lots of parts for my C53a were superceded or were available using Kia/Hyundai numbers, so they will work just fine; these were mainly bolts and nuts and such.


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