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LMC 74-89 Dodge truck parts catalog coming!!!!!!!
« on: September 9, 2013, 06:25:24 PM »
LMC truck parts are building a huge warehouse and have permission to re-produce Dodge truck parts that we all need!  Catalog shipping in December and orders available spring 2014.  I am on list to get finished catalog...get some!!!!!!!!  This has been needed for years!!!!

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Re: LMC 74-89 Dodge truck parts catalog coming!!!!!!!
« Reply #1 on: September 9, 2013, 06:29:14 PM »
That's cool. The only thing you can't really find is the plastic interior parts.  ;D

So how did you get on the list?

Where's the link for the list?

you can't just post stuff like this and not give us the rest of the info.  {contract} ;D
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Re: LMC 74-89 Dodge truck parts catalog coming!!!!!!!
« Reply #3 on: September 9, 2013, 07:40:49 PM »
The question is, are they going to produce anything new, or just put all the stuff that's already out there in their catalog?  The way they have the years of their catalogs broken up tells me they don't know much about Dodge trucks.
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Re: LMC 74-89 Dodge truck parts catalog coming!!!!!!!
« Reply #4 on: September 9, 2013, 08:00:11 PM »
The question is, are they going to produce anything new, or just put all the stuff that's already out there in their catalog?  The way they have the years of their catalogs broken up tells me they don't know much about Dodge trucks.


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« Reply #5 on: September 9, 2013, 09:46:20 PM »
The dude on the phone today told me that they have received permission from Dodge to PRODUCE OEM parts for our trucks.  They will apparently use Old Stock to re-produce in volume.  He said they know us Dodge boys are neglected and their research tells them we are out here and hungry for this.  When I told him we have to rely on salvage yards and each other he already knew that. 

Now, keep in mind guys, I'm a "fat n' happy" optimist type, but I am PUMPED!! 

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Re: LMC 74-89 Dodge truck parts catalog coming!!!!!!!
« Reply #6 on: September 9, 2013, 10:34:11 PM »
http://ramchargercentral.com/open-discussions/lmc-truck/msg1856284/#msg1856284

I posted about that a few months ago. But neverless, Im still excited for it!
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Re: LMC 74-89 Dodge truck parts catalog coming!!!!!!!
« Reply #7 on: September 9, 2013, 11:01:36 PM »
I predict that if they actually do start producing some D/W series truck parts that they will discontinue them within 3 years.  The fact of the matter is, Dodge truck people are cheap.  We don't spend money like Ford and GM owners do.  We've had to get by with used parts for so long, I seriously doubt many will be lining up to buy some of the parts.  Combine that with the relatively small market as compared to the Ford and GM truck market and you have a very unprofitable business.  Just look at how much Mopar itself has cut back on parts lately.  They didn't cut out those parts because they were profitable, they cut them because no one wanted them bad enough to pay the price.  Seriously, how many of us are really wanting door panels bad enough to pay $170 - $200 + shipping for flimsy plastic reproductions?  That's what they want for the GM panels for a K5.  I bet most of us will still be digging through the junkyards and picking up a good used set for $50 and painting them if needed and still having less than $100 in them.  How about $500 for a grille surround for a late '70s Ford?  Is anyone going to pay that for a '80s Dodge surround or maybe a bit more for a '70s grille?

Honestly, I still see a lot of people fussing about the prices on used parts on Ebay and in our own classifieds so I don't expect people to want to pay out the nose for stuff just because it's new.  Those of you who are going to be pleased with new parts being offered better pick them up because I don't see it as a viable business model.  I'm not trying to be an ass, I worked in Mopar parts, new and used, for a lot of years and I just call it like I see it.  When I can't get $30-$40 for good used parts that LMC prices the Brand X equivalent new at $100 or more, I see a bit of a problem.
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« Reply #8 on: September 10, 2013, 08:23:03 AM »
The other issue is going to be that there just aren't that many of these rigs left anymore.  Used to be able to go to just about any yard around town and find 3-4 either trucks or Ramchargers.  Now, not so much.  Too many have already been scrapped.
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« Reply #9 on: September 10, 2013, 01:12:05 PM »
I'm very optimistic about this.  The reason Dodge trucks haven't been popular with guys that wanted to tinker on stuff is the lack of availability of parts.  All the years I've been on here and as Missouri Chapter leader I've tried to help younger people that had just bought power wagons or RC's.  Then they sell them 3 months later because they had trouble finding parts.  Many times they would go buy a Jeep.  Long term this could really help.  It opens up options for people looking to fix up and old truck where Dodges were never an option before because of the lack of new parts. 

Also in the last several years GSA has sold off a bunch of M880 series trucks.  Most of these trucks sold for much more then scrap price.  So they are out there in someones hands waiting to be fixed up.
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« Reply #10 on: September 10, 2013, 01:26:02 PM »
LMC = Lame crap Made in China.

I'll keep an open mind about this, however.   ;D
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« Reply #11 on: September 10, 2013, 04:29:11 PM »
Yes some of their crap is pretty cheasy.
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Re: LMC 74-89 Dodge truck parts catalog coming!!!!!!!
« Reply #12 on: September 11, 2013, 12:25:58 AM »
I've been hearing this from LMC for at least two years now

When I rebuild a tilt steering column I go straght to their counter 30 minutes from my house for all the parts & have put my name on the list numerous times

I'm not holding my breath cause all this was supposed to happen winter of 11-12

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« Reply #13 on: September 11, 2013, 11:47:57 AM »
Yes some of their crap is pretty cheasy.

Made in China parts, made in America prices.   {yes}
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« Reply #14 on: September 13, 2013, 12:57:43 PM »
They could just keep going as it is and we have nothing to buy .
We all know if they made parts here would be triple the price and most  of us too cheap to pay that much .
then we'd be back to now
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  we  will never see new mopar parts again , so accept this or have nothing !
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« Reply #15 on: October 26, 2013, 04:20:34 AM »
Im pretty excited myself about it, I own a 88 W100 myself that i've done ALOT of wort to and dumped a few bucks into this truck also, but as far as some parts go I think it will help. How often can you find a prestine grille liner for a 80's dodge? or good solid headlight bezzles?
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« Reply #16 on: October 26, 2013, 07:15:58 AM »
  Just look at how much Mopar itself has cut back on parts lately.  They didn't cut out those parts because they were profitable, they cut them because no one wanted them bad enough to pay the price. 

 Needed the bell housing side ball and bushings for the clutch linkage on my '84 pickup a few years back. Stopped by NAPA, of course all they had were Chevy parts which won't work, but the Chevy  ball and bushings were $8. So I went to the local Mopar dealer. Ma Mopar wanted almost $100 for 'em, and would have to order them in. Needless to say, no, I didn't want them bad enough to get screwed that deeply, so I fired up the lathe and made my own. At over 10 times the cost for the end user, Ma Mopar has priced themselves out of the market.
 
 It was the same when I had the typical fuel rail problems on my '97 LHS. I couldn't buy just the fuel line O rings, but I could buy the entire rail assm. minus injectors for $1100 some odd each. Yes, over $2200 plus tax for two pieces of plastic and a half dozen O rings. I found out my car hadn't had the recall performed, but I did find out it would take them over a month to get around to it, and at that time they would replace only the same O rings they wouldn't sell me, not the rails. Being more than mildly pissed off, I went to Gasket Service, a local oilpatch supply, and bought the O rings for $3.

 And that in a nutshell is why nobody buys OEM parts from Chrysler to repair/restore older cars/trucks.
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« Reply #17 on: October 26, 2013, 08:50:40 AM »
Again, it's supply and demand.  If the demand shrinks, the costs go up for production and so does the cost to the end user.  Mopar hasn't priced itself out of the market, the market has shrunk to the point that it's not profitable to offer those parts at a lower cost.  If they sold better, the cost would be lower.  Since you are able to machine your own, it seems like no big deal to you but now put yourself in the shoes of someone who cannot machine their own.  Go to a fab/machine shop, not as a machinist, but as a regular guy off the street and have them give you an estimate for machining the two ball studs to spec and see how much it costs.  Then Mopar's price doesn't seem so bad.  Why?  Because even though the market has shrunk, it's still cheaper for them to produce the volume they do rather than someone paying to one-off them.

In the end, it doesn't matter who produces and/or markets the parts, Mopar, LMC or whoever.  If people do not buy the parts, the cost to produce them in smaller quantities goes higher and higher and so does the cost to the consumer.
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« Reply #18 on: October 26, 2013, 11:35:46 AM »
When they have nos parts like fuel rails for 15 yr old cars taking up space in a warehouse, it would seem common sense to me to sell those parts for a cut rate to get rid of them. By charging a ridiculous price they lost the sale and made nothing, whereas they could have recouped at least part of their investment. Better something than nothing.

As for simple parts like the ball studs and bushings, if NAPA can turn a profit at $8, Ma Mopar should be able to turn one for $25, and I would pay that for factory parts. No reason to ask $100 for nos parts that were made by the tens of thousands and hasn't changed it's design in 40 years. The R&D costs were recouped long ago. As for making replacement parts today, it's not like they'd pay a manual lathe operator and invest an hour of setup/machine time in each stud, CNC's can spit the things out in about 2 minutes a piece. GM does it, Ford does it, NAPA does it, Chryco could to. But they won't. Add in a lousy attitude about warrantying said shitty parts and it's easy to see how their corporate name became Fiasler.

 Aftermarket interior/exterior parts are different game. For instance, when I can buy a brand new offshore fender for $112, why in the hell would I spend 50 hours straightening and sanding a raggedy $50 fender from a boneyard? You have more money in the boneyard fender, bondo and sandpaper, not mention the time invested.

http://www.partsgeek.com/mparts/fender/dodge.html

Parts like door panels etc. for K5 Blazers/78 Chevy pickups aren't in that great of demand either. I can't recall the last time I saw a nuts and bolts restored K5 at Barret-Jackson, but you can buy the parts.  Would I pay $200 for a brand new door panel? Hell yes. I've seen crappy looking used ones on Ebay for that. $135 for this crusty topped POS ??? Hell I'm sitting on a gold mine because I can lay my hands on dozens of crusty topped panels.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/88-93-Dodge-Pickup-Truck-Right-Door-Panel-/170813930097?pt=Motors_Car_Truck_Parts_Accessories&hash=item27c54dba71&vxp=mtr

For another $55, I'd rather have new.





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Re: LMC 74-89 Dodge truck parts catalog coming!!!!!!!
« Reply #19 on: October 26, 2013, 11:49:51 AM »
Even back in the early 90's, you could go to a mopar stealer, and ask about the spindle nuts (ones that hold the spindle to the knuckle), IIRC, they were like $25 a piece, and they had to order them, I drove across the road to a Chebby dealer, they were like $2 a piece, and they grabbed them off the shelf.
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« Reply #20 on: October 26, 2013, 01:42:41 PM »
When they have nos parts like fuel rails for 15 yr old cars taking up space in a warehouse, it would seem common sense to me to sell those parts for a cut rate to get rid of them. By charging a ridiculous price they lost the sale and made nothing, whereas they could have recouped at least part of their investment. Better something than nothing.

As for simple parts like the ball studs and bushings, if NAPA can turn a profit at $8, Ma Mopar should be able to turn one for $25, and I would pay that for factory parts. No reason to ask $100 for nos parts that were made by the tens of thousands and hasn't changed it's design in 40 years. The R&D costs were recouped long ago. As for making replacement parts today, it's not like they'd pay a manual lathe operator and invest an hour of setup/machine time in each stud, CNC's can spit the things out in about 2 minutes a piece. GM does it, Ford does it, NAPA does it, Chryco could to. But they won't. Add in a lousy attitude about warrantying said shitty parts and it's easy to see how their corporate name became Fiasler.

 Aftermarket interior/exterior parts are different game. For instance, when I can buy a brand new offshore fender for $112, why in the hell would I spend 50 hours straightening and sanding a raggedy $50 fender from a boneyard? You have more money in the boneyard fender, bondo and sandpaper, not mention the time invested.

http://www.partsgeek.com/mparts/fender/dodge.html

Parts like door panels etc. for K5 Blazers/78 Chevy pickups aren't in that great of demand either. I can't recall the last time I saw a nuts and bolts restored K5 at Barret-Jackson, but you can buy the parts.  Would I pay $200 for a brand new door panel? Hell yes. I've seen crappy looking used ones on Ebay for that. $135 for this crusty topped POS ??? Hell I'm sitting on a gold mine because I can lay my hands on dozens of crusty topped panels.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/88-93-Dodge-Pickup-Truck-Right-Door-Panel-/170813930097?pt=Motors_Car_Truck_Parts_Accessories&hash=item27c54dba71&vxp=mtr

For another $55, I'd rather have new.


I think you are confused about what the term "NOS" means.  NOS means New, Old Stock.  It's new parts that are now discontinued and considered "NS1"  or a non-stocking part by Mopar.  The fact that it's still available from Mopar would mean it's not NOS.  If it's discontinued and your dealer is using the locator system to find the part in another dealer's inventory then it's totally up to the selling dealer what they want to sell it for and Mopar no longer has anything to do with it.  Once the dealer you are working with buys the part from the other dealer, they will naturally mark it up to make something off the deal.  It's how the parts business works and always has.

As for NAPA selling them for $8, if they have them that cheap, why didn't you buy them there?  Or is it that NAPA has them for $8 for a GM or Ford truck for $8 but not for a Dodge?  Again, it's supply and demand.  NAPA can sell large numbers of the Ford and GM parts so they can buy them in bulk and keep the price lower.  You go look up a part for a very specific GM vehicle that was not sold in large numbers and you will generally find that the part is unavailable or is rather expensive.  If a part moves large numbers, the costs go down.  This is basic manufacturing and marketing, ,not rocket science.  Just because things are not the way we would want them does not mean that someone is doing something wrong or that the way things are does not have a logical and factual reason for being that way.

On the fender bit, I personally would rather have a factory fender with a few dents to work out than an imported fender made from inferior steel that is thinner gauge and is made off a mold made off a fender and so has large tolerances and doesn't fit quite right.  These trucks never had wonderful fit and finish to begin with but some of the imported fenders are just horrible and require just as much work to make them fit right as a bent up junkyard fender would.  I honestly would rather have a fiberglass fender and all the work they take to make fit correctly than I would an imported steel one.

As for the door panels, GM and Ford panels are available because people buy them.  It's not that there is a huge restoration market and that restored '70s and '80s trucks go for big money at auction, that has nothing to do with it.  It's because people have kept large numbers of those trucks for years and a lot of those people want to keep them looking somewhat nice.  Not a 100% restoration but someone driving a '70s or '80s Ford or GM truck usually has one because they like it, the same reason we own old Dodge trucks.  The issue is there are a hell of a lot more of them out there so they have the market for things that we do not.  We had reproduction door panels for '80s Dodge trucks made by Coverlay.  Where did they go?  Well like I have been saying all along, Dodge truck owners are tight and when you combine that with the lower production and preservation numbers, you have a very small market for parts that cannot sustain itself.

You guys may as well get used to how things are in the parts world for these trucks because I seriously doubt it will ever change and it only going to get worse, not better.  The facts are there if you are wise enough to see things objectively.
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« Reply #21 on: October 26, 2013, 04:12:16 PM »
 :) Well aware how things are with these trucks. Been building/driving them for 20 years. Look, nos, ns1 whatever. You walk into a dealer and they try to screw you, you won't come back. Mopar and her dealers are notorious for that. I know, I've worked in a few, brought my car to a few. No excuse for wanting $100 for $20 worth of parts, or $1100 a piece for 15 year old obsolete fuel rails. It's not a '71 HemiCuda droptop. Justify it any way you like, but building junk and screwing people is the main reason Mopar's almost went the way of the dodo bird 2-3 times. And I'm a Mopar fan, so you can only imagine other people's animosity.

  As far as aftermarket sheetmetal, I've never had any problems that were any worse than the Made in Mexico factory replacement stuff at twice the price. Like you said, the fit and finish on these old trucks sucked when new, so why not? I'm glad it's available. Hell..... I'm not getting into a long debate about it. If someone wants to build decent aftermarket interior parts {which Coverlay wasn't} for my 1st gen, I'll buy them. In black please.

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Re: LMC 74-89 Dodge truck parts catalog coming!!!!!!!
« Reply #22 on: October 26, 2013, 04:22:13 PM »
Again, I don't think you are looking at things objectively.  The fact that you want door panels in a color that was only used for 2 years is a perfect example of not understanding, or not wanting to understand, how the market works.  Again, it doesn't matter who makes the parts, if they are low volume, specialty market stuff, which anything for an old Dodge truck is, it's going to be ridiculously expensive.  Even if every owner of an existing, drivable D/W series truck buys a new repro set of door panels, it's still not going to be as cheap as the ones made for GM and Ford trucks.  The market simply is not there and the parts cannot be made cheap enough for Dodge truck owners to stomach them.  If you called me and wanted me to build you a bumper, I could do it for, let's say for the sake of the example, $800.  Now if you called me and said you wanted me to build 1,000 bumpers, I could buy my steel, welding wire, gas, etc in bulk for lower prices and could drop the price of the bumpers considerably.  Not free by any means, but a good bit of savings.  But as long as it's small orders for a small market, parts will cost out the nose or the manufacturer cannot afford to produce them.
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Re: LMC 74-89 Dodge truck parts catalog coming!!!!!!!
« Reply #23 on: October 26, 2013, 05:12:43 PM »
Actually, black is a good base color to paint over, since they obviously could not produce them in every color that was available, which seems to be mostly blue and red with a few tans/whites thrown in for good measure.
 
 Regardless, and endless market analysis aside, if there were decent aftermarket door panels available I'd buy a set. Not saying there will be.  Not saying it's feasible to produce them. Not say saying they would be cheap to purchase. Not saying they must be black. Just saying I would. Arm rest pads too. Everything within 500 miles of here is sun fried.
Why would I pay comparatively stupid money? Because I like Dodge trucks. It's what I choose to piss my money away on. I already have 3-4 times the truck's resale value in it, why stop now?

 
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« Reply #24 on: October 26, 2013, 05:21:02 PM »
Grey or beige seems to be the most common colors to make them in and them pain them other colors.  A lot of factory trim pieces are not molded in the final color but are painted from the factory.  ;D
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« Reply #25 on: October 26, 2013, 06:05:36 PM »
Still think the aftermarket should make 'em. AND WHO GIVES A RAT'S ARSE WHAT COLOR THEY ARE AND HOW MUCH THEY COST LANTY !?!?!   {rant}  ;D
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« Reply #26 on: October 27, 2013, 04:46:30 AM »
So much negativity towards somethin that we ought to have open arms to welcome. We have almost no aftermarket support and this great opportunity is bein shot down . LMC is a very reputable company. Lots of good parts and options. On other forums, 72-94 Dodge truck owners are very happy and have a positive out look on this. Some of the owners are cheap skates who spend very little on they're trucks. But we can only dig through the garbage for so long. If they can produce parts for 50's Ford and Chevrolet, then they can darn sure produce parts for our Dodge pick ups and Ramchargers and they will sell!
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« Reply #27 on: October 27, 2013, 07:14:59 AM »
Lanty isn't trying to be a prick, just comes naturally. Somebody told him to find something he's good at and stick with it. ;D   He's a realist and he does have a valid point. Money makes the world go 'round. If we don't support the aftermarket there won't be one. Until Barrett-Jackson and the high rollers got involved you couldn't really buy squat for a '70 Challenger/'Cuda/GTX......

  It's a double edged sword. If our trucks were popular enough to have a large aftermarket support, I couldn't buy a whole 2wd truck for $200 and rob sheetmetal, grilles, gauge bezels etc. I paid $700 for a W350 with only 70 or 80 some odd on the clock. Bought it for the 60's and 360/435/205. Nothing left of it now but the bones. I know of a 1/2 dozen more fairly decent '80's 2wd trucks within 5 miles of my house, and 2-3 late '70's. No door panels though, all rotted.

 Having said that, if LMC feels they have the capital to invest in making door panels, vent window gaskets etc. I'll buy them while I can, price be damned, simply because those parts in decent shape really aren't available to me anywhere else. If they don't, I won't be surprised. Disappointed, but not surprised.

EDIT: I did get on the mailing list for the catalog.
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« Reply #28 on: October 27, 2013, 07:47:59 AM »

Why would I pay comparatively stupid money? Because I like Dodge trucks. It's what I choose to piss my money away on. I already have 3-4 times the truck's resale value in it, why stop now?
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« Reply #29 on: October 27, 2013, 08:01:04 AM »
I just had a discution with a 35 year old buddy of mine, he said something to the effect that I have Chyrsleritis where you pay too much for everything.

I told him he has CheapyChebbyitiz and he agreed.  :P
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« Reply #30 on: October 27, 2013, 08:31:56 AM »
Keep in mind guys that while LMC may be putting out a catalog, there still is no indication whatsoever that there will be new products available.  I imagine that LMC will just stock and ship the things that are already available, just put most of it under one roof (possibly with an increased price).  Things like door panels have already failed and there are fewer and fewer of these trucks every year so I wouldn't hold my breath about there suddenly being a catalog of the same caliber as their Ford and Gm catalogs.  I've said it before, if there are new parts available, so much the better, but you better grab them up while you can as I don't see it sticking around.  Again, not trying to be an ass or be overly negative, I just see the facts as they are and I was in the parts business for many years and I know how quickly these things can come and go.
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« Reply #31 on: October 27, 2013, 01:11:40 PM »
If they do try making new product we dont have available now I will grab it up I dont believe that they can get the sales to keep interior parts in production sure hope that they try it tho.
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« Reply #32 on: October 27, 2013, 06:45:47 PM »
Thing is, I used to see 4-5 of these rigs in my local pick-n-pull every week.  The last year or so, been lucky to see 1 or 2 in a month.
Fewer vehicles on the road, fewer in the yards means less demand for parts.  Besides, there weren't nearly as many Dodge trucks sold in the 80's as Ford or Chevy.
I snag parts as I find them.
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« Reply #33 on: October 27, 2013, 07:30:09 PM »
 If it weren't for shipping costs, I'd consider rounding up and parting out a few of the 2wd Dodges in this area. I see a lot of them sitting in people's back yards. Lots of West Texas 100% rust free sheet metal, likely some decent wiring harnesses etc. Guess I could get a tax number, get business rates on shipping. Would you guys be interested in buying a few parts?

For instance, I spotted a '79 club cab today, not a dent in it as far as I can tell.  Maybe a '77 big block half ton club? I know of those too if it's still there, fully loaded 440 truck, white bucket interior. Rare, but rough sheetmetal. Then there's this '76 crew sitting about a mile up the road, offered the woman $200 a couple years back, she accepted but then couldn't come up with a title.
  Seems her husband left her, moved back to Mexico. I could likely get a title from the dmv, but I'd hate to part out, even if it is a gov't stripper scant-6. Could be a decent driver with some TLC, or swapped to a W frame/running gear.

Check out the steering wheel, dash and glove box lid. Pretty decent. And of course the typical sun fried door panels......



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« Reply #34 on: October 27, 2013, 08:06:44 PM »






Nice truck. Grab that thing and go to the DMV and get a title.........  ;D
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« Reply #35 on: October 28, 2013, 08:38:57 AM »
Would be nice if some of the things that used to be available aftermarket came back.  Tube bumpers from Smitty, fender flares from Bushwacker, Lund visors, etc.  But there's a reason those all went away.
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« Reply #36 on: October 28, 2013, 10:54:44 PM »
I think it will stick around, like I said, if they can continue sellin parts for 50's Chevy's and Fords (I know there are more 72-93 Dodges than there are 50's trucks  ;)). I know they're GM interior parts are not direct repro's and are made from new tooling as im sure the Dodge stuff might be as well. Also, they're are people who own our style Dodges in other countries (how they made it their I have not a clue) who also need parts just like us. On the subject of truck visors from Lund, I cant even frind one for my 2000 Silverado Classic, gotta get a used one  :-\ 
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« Reply #37 on: October 28, 2013, 11:12:12 PM »
I think were forgetting a big chunk of the Mopar family, our Cummins Cousins. Hell, the Cummins truck owners are probably the reason LMC is trying this. I know a few people that dont really care for old Dodges, but own First Gen Cummins and love them! One of my co-workers LOVES Ford, but owns 2 First Gens! And hes constantly trying to get into my parts stash. And lots of the First Gen owners seem to have money because they bought a good, less expensive diesel pick up! How many magizine worthy First Gens have thousands wrapped into them? THAT will be LMC's target customers, and Ill bet the farm on it!
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« Reply #38 on: January 11, 2014, 07:02:07 PM »
I'm on the Mailing list. My Brother is doing up a 65 Chevy 3/4 ton 4x4. Outside of the odd ball Rockwell Transfer case and close knuckle D44 front, he was able to mail order everything he needs from LMC, while here I am stuffing a Junkyard 1993 LE placard tailgate in my Jeep and then spending a weekend in the body shop getting it presentable. I concur about those door panels. Try to get 4 70's style ones in even half assed shape, much less the color i need? HA. Maybe Some sort of Headliner would be nice. But Elwenil is right. Dodge had no Big Block and no Diesel in the 80's so folks went right past the dealership. There are 30 Square body Chevy Long box Crews for every Dodge around here, the ratio is higher for the Fords since the OBS lasted till 97.Less trucks to begin with and with shitty aftermarket/factory parts support, less of them survived.

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« Reply #39 on: January 15, 2014, 05:57:33 PM »
I've been on that same mailing list for years now
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« Reply #40 on: January 15, 2014, 06:07:44 PM »
When I talked to LMC they said it would be a couple months till parts are available. We'll see what happens.
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« Reply #41 on: January 16, 2014, 12:01:10 AM »
You ought to go there in person like I do, They don't always tell the truth over the phone.

The OP said they were building a new warehouse  I ain't seen it yet & they don't manufacture anything to need a license from Chrysler to do so

They are a drop ship & repackage establishment only in a commercial neighborhood where the big names are & the rent is high  Hence the high prices

If you order something & they say it's in stock & you need it you better get them to put their even they say "Oh I know that's here"  I had that happen & I waited 6 weeks before it was finally drop shipped from the manufacturer
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« Reply #42 on: January 16, 2014, 12:20:33 AM »
Well I guess we will all be waiting for a very long time. Oh well, I though of trying to cast molds of some plastic parts on my own. I held off because of what LMC told me, but I guess I might give it try now.
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« Reply #43 on: January 16, 2014, 02:36:17 PM »
Make your own if you can you'll come out cheaper in the end & you'll know the delivery date is correct

I'm going to make some of my designs for interior accents in runs of 10  mostly for my own stuff & if there's enough serious interest I'll make them on order
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« Reply #44 on: January 16, 2014, 02:50:26 PM »
I ordered all the Dodge catalogs they offered months ago.
I finally got once of the Dodge LMC catalogs.
This one is for Durango and Dakotas. 
I could do better with a JC Whitney catalog. 
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« Reply #45 on: January 21, 2014, 01:31:56 AM »
Make your own if you can you'll come out cheaper in the end & you'll know the delivery date is correct

I'm going to make some of my designs for interior accents in runs of 10  mostly for my own stuff & if there's enough serious interest I'll make them on order

That's pretty cool! When your finish some photos of your designs would be sweet.
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« Reply #46 on: January 21, 2014, 01:36:10 AM »
probably drop ship 2/3rds of the parts
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« Reply #47 on: January 21, 2014, 12:30:38 PM »
That's pretty cool! When your finish some photos of your designs would be sweet.

I will,they will be door panel stuff,dash bezels,billet knobs,kick panels,sill plates etc  I have other mechanical drawings for different things that are Dodge truck specific that I've made over the last 35 years or so
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« Reply #48 on: January 29, 2014, 11:26:33 PM »
Ok, I don't like Chinese made stuff either, but there can certainly be a positive side to the story.  On 50's-60s Studebakers, many models sported chromed pot metal trim rings around the headlights.  Anyone familiar with old cars knows how puts form in the die cast and ruins the chrome.  Until recently, the only way to fix them was to have the really deep pits filled, the whole works polished and then rechromed.  And if they were busted, which happened often in a wreck, you had to search high and low and spend $80-100 for some crappy looking used ones and then spend more on chroming.  Now they are being reproduced in China and you can get new ones with nice chrome for half what you'd spend fixing old ones.  Like it or not, the Chinese are able to crank out some half way decent stuff at a reasonable cost.  And if it's something that is impossible to find here at home, even pitted crappy ones, those Chinese reproductions start looking pretty good,   

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« Reply #49 on: February 2, 2014, 11:25:29 AM »
I will be very surprised if the catalog is worthwhile.  That being said, I am on the list to get one.
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