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    New question here. Best place to buy Park Tools...?

    Thanks in advance..

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    I have bought all my park stuff from amazon, but im a prime member and get free shipping and they usually have the best prices. I did notice lately they have went up on several things though. Check them out though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by carrlf View Post
    I have bought all my park stuff from amazon, but im a prime member and get free shipping and they usually have the best prices. I did notice lately they have went up on several things though. Check them out though.
    Thanks for the fast response senor..

    We also have prime, the problem is that the tools I need are discounted like 0.2cents from the retail price when I was looking more for 20% off

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    Quote Originally Posted by patineto View Post
    Thanks for the fast response senor..

    We also have prime, the problem is that the tools I need are discounted like 0.2cents from the retail price when I was looking more for 20% off
    Go to your lbs and see if they'll hook you up....

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    You could check out Bike Bling and use the code 15off300 and get 15% off 300 or more order. Its hard to find park stuff on sale.

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    Nashbar/Performance frequently have 20% coupons, free shipping thresholds. They don't have a lot of the Park stuff anymore, but maybe what you're looking for.

    Update your thread if you find a silver bullet,

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    agreed with poster above... Amazon

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    usually LBS or amazon.
    Riding.....

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    ebay can do a little better than amazon sometimes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by carrlf View Post
    I have bought all my park stuff from amazon, but im a prime member and get free shipping and they usually have the best prices. I did notice lately they have went up on several things though. Check them out though.
    Same here. If you got time to search through Amazon you can find some great deals

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    Universal Cycles, with the vip10 or vip15 codes. Got a pretty good price on my nice Park truing stand that way.

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    REI when they have their 20% off sale, which is going on now!

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    aawyeah.com

    11% off Tools and Tubes, Free Shipping
    Coupon Code OMGCHEAP

    I just bought another 5 tools and it came cheaper than REI when you figure in the free shipping. The 11% off tubes also make their tube prices lower than anyone else's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by downhillur View Post
    aawyeah.com

    11% off Tools and Tubes, Free Shipping
    Coupon Code OMGCHEAP
    Coupon does not work...!!!!

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    Worked for me, thanks a lot!!!!

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    These guys seem to have decent prices for Park Tools and shipping is a flat $6.99.

    Tools from ModernBike.com

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    Treefort usually price matches any legit sale price. They rock!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tstell View Post
    These guys seem to have decent prices for Park Tools and shipping is a flat $6.99.

    Tools from ModernBike.com
    I have always thought that Modernbike was the cheapest for Park Tools also....

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    Quote Originally Posted by ILMTB View Post
    I have always thought that Modernbike was the cheapest for Park Tools also....
    Items line by line are the same as Nashbar, advantage seems to be that they have a much larger selection and certain items qualify the whole order for free shipping.

    But waiting for a 20p coupon from Nashbar will still give a better price than anywhere if you're looking for some of the more expensive items.

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    Thanks for the advices!Ebay and Amazon are a great place to buy this tools!Cheers!

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    REI or Amazon.

    Rei because if I break the tool - they will take it back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ILMTB View Post
    I have always thought that Modernbike was the cheapest for Park Tools also....
    +1

    I bought my Park Took Kit (AK-37) and Repair Stand (PCS-10) there.

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    Art's Cyclery (artscyclery.com) has some Park tools and they still have an active 15% off code (SAVE15). Ordered some parts and tools for a 1x10 conversion last night.

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    JensonUSA usually has good prices

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    JensonUSA usually has good prices


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