Yea, I like Jegs too. I'm a bit stuck on Summit cause thwy were about 30
minutes from my house in Ohio and I used to just pick stuff up from them. In
my experience Summit beats Jegs on 95% of product prices. At any given time I
have 6 or more catalogs from each, but on occasion I am looking from work and
don't have a catalog.
On Tue, Nov 21, 2000 at 11:32:30AM -0700, Larry Hoy profoundly declared:
> James says;
> ...but as you know that site [Summit] is a PITA to navigate. ...
> I avoid Summit just because of their website. I much prefer Jegs. Not the
>greatest site but much easier to navigate.
> By the way, another thing I have found with both companies. They sell many
>more parts than they list in their catalog. For
> instance when I bought a radiator for my race car, neither Jegs or Summit had
>the radiator in their catalog. But when I called and
> gave them Griffins part number each one could sell it to me at a substantial
>savings over buying it direct from Griffin. I think I
> saved about $100.
> Before I get bombed with emails here are some links.
> >-----Original Message-----
> >From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com]On
> >Behalf Of James Nazarian
> >Sent: Tuesday, November 21, 2000 10:59 AM
> >To: mg list
> >Cc: mgb-v8 list
> >Subject: Re: Heat Insulation -<G>
> >After some looking I found a good insulation for my purpose, in the Summit
>racing catalog. I didn't find it on the
> >website, and if I had I probably wouldn't have asked this question, but as
>you know that site is a PITA to navigate. It
> >is a woven mat of unspecified construction, it is nice and thin and looks
>like it could be nicely riveted to stuff.
> >Thanks everyone for the help. There were some good suggestions, but I have
>to order some stuff from summit anyways so
> >I'll just get it there.
> >James Nazarian
> >71 MGB roadster
> >71 MGBGT (the one that is supposed to be a v8)
> >01 Impreza 2.5RS
> >"Given a conflict, Murphy's law supercedes Newton's."
> >"Nothing good has ever been reported about the full rotation
> >of a race car about either its pitch or roll axis."
> >-Carroll Smith
71 MGB roadster
71 MGBGT (the one that is supposed to be a v8)
01 Impreza 2.5RS
"Given a conflict, Murphy's law supercedes Newton's."
"Nothing good has ever been reported about the full rotation
of a race car about either its pitch or roll axis."