OEM/Aftermarket Montero/Pajero Parts Sources

Michael Brown

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I am going to use this thread to post up any parts dealers I find for the Monteros/Pajeros. Please post any OEM or aftermarket parts sources you have used and your experience with them. This way new users, or those who are having trouble finding a part can have a one stop list for parts and upgrades.

OEM Parts
http://www.trademotion.com/partlocator/index.cfm?siteid=216335

http://www.oemmitsubishiparts.com/

Aftermarket Parts
www.fredbeansparts.com
--Oil filters for the 2008+ Lancer Evo also fit the 2001 NM Montero/Pajero (I confirmed this with my vehicles). They are sold here in groups of 6 with crush gaskets.

http://arbusa.com/
--Best place for tough offroad components. Bumper, Air Lockers, Old Man Emu Suspension, Compressors

http://www.bushskinz4x4.com.au/index.php?cPath=1_11_69
--4mm STEEL skid plates for NM-NW Monteros/Pajeros

http://www.4wheelparts.com/
--ARB parts, wheels, tires

http://www.treaddepot.com/
--Best prices I have found for tires.


Post any more that you have and I will check the links and add them to this list.
 
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yugo308guy

Observer
OK...may be someone can answer this, somewhat, off topic question. When I look at Idle Control Valves, the descrepencies in pricing is crazy. You can find them on Ebay from $40-$400! The price of one at your first link above is $340. Is this just because they are OEM, or is there some other reason?

BTW, your second link, no workie.
 

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Michael Brown

You followed me, so now we're both lost
OK...may be someone can answer this, somewhat, off topic question. When I look at Idle Control Valves, the descrepencies in pricing is crazy. You can find them on Ebay from $40-$400! The price of one at your first link above is $340. Is this just because they are OEM, or is there some other reason?

BTW, your second link, no workie.
It seems to be reliant on the model and year. Others could be wholesale buys or salvage parts. Which montero are you looking for?
 

yugo308guy

Observer
I really don't need one as of yet, I was just thinking about picking one up for a spare, as I have heard that these are a common failure item on these trucks. But to answer your question, I have a 1991 and all the ones I have been pricing are new in box.
 

Inyo_man

Explorer
OK...may be someone can answer this, somewhat, off topic question. When I look at Idle Control Valves, the descrepencies in pricing is crazy. You can find them on Ebay from $40-$400! The price of one at your first link above is $340. Is this just because they are OEM, or is there some other reason?

BTW, your second link, no workie.
The price difference is due to the quality of the product. The low priced parts are usually made using poor quality metal and manufacturing.
Perhaps you don't need your valves in OEM spec., but some parts are worth the extra money if your using your rig for remote area travel.
OEM parts are far superior to most inexpensive knock-offs.
 

Michael Brown

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I updated the thread with more links. Let me know if there are any more that you guys know of.
 
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