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korben
    
Is there a place to get part interchange information?
I'm gonna be getting the manual CD from gearheadcafe, but I'm wondering if the parts locating cd is worth a pickup too.
Does anyone know if this has interchange information? Like if I'm looking for a radio will it tell me what other years/models i can pull one out of?

link to product http://www.gearheadcafe.com/servlet/the-911/ALL-ACCESS-Parts-Locator/Detail
Thank you
posted: August 8, 2009
 
    
 
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sphenix03
    
Yes, there's an interchangable manual, lot of wrecking yards use it. Some GM parts are the same for Cad., chevy etc.,
Try looking on ebay to find


Hope this helps
posted:  August 9, 2009
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korben
    
Ok, I found 2 different ones. Which is better, Mitchell or Hollander? Is one preferred over the other, or are they pretty much 6s?
posted:  August 10, 2009
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vintagecollector
    
I think the Hollander Manual is your best bet. There is an extreme amount of information available. You will probably be able to find one on eBay for anywhere between $20 - $100.
posted:  August 10, 2009
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vintagecollector
    
I forgot to mention that you can order one on their site too - hollanderinterchange.net
posted:  August 10, 2009
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nomadsrule
    
Been in the salvage business for 40 years ,Hollander is the best bet !!
posted:  September 19, 2009
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