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    best places to buy parts online?

    I am needing to order some parts for my 98 JD 345 and I need some parts for my 96 Honda harmony 215 push mower. I know weingartz has parts for both my Honda and John Deere but they seem to be over priced on everything.

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    For everything Deere, I like Green Farm Parts. They are a supporting vendor of this site, and have the best prices that I have found. On top of that, they give GTT members a 5% discount! They are also nice people to do business with, and take care of every order, as if it is their best customer. Shipping is really fast too!

    Disclaimer: I do not own any part of, or stock in GFP, I just like the way they do business!!
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    Thanks I will go with them, what is the discount code?

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    Quote Originally Posted by javjacob View Post
    Thanks I will go with them, what is the discount code?
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    You can look in the main forum section of this site under vendors and see postings of our supporting vendors. Also, at times, some of the vendors, including GFP will run an extra special and post about it in their topic. I usually grab whatever I need for the next seasonal maintenance when they do that, so as to have things on hand and ready, and save a few bucks too!
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    Thank you! I wouldn't have had a clue about the discount if you hadn't mentioned it. That will save me a few dollars.

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    And, speaking of, Green Farm Parts is having a SALE now. See their post for the discount code, and stock up and save! Such great timing to go with this thread!
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    Dang talk about perfect timing

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