If you message Tamraz thru eBay, they will give you better pricing outside of eBay if you ask....
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Tamraz is great...I've bought many sheet metal items through them. They made a mistake once and when I called them, they were really good about doing what it took to resolve the matter. I was very happy with them. The only thing I don't like about Tamraz (which is the same as most suppliers) is the extra surcharges on large items. Being in Ca., I get killed on that. For that reason, I have been going to CarID. Not sure how they do it but free shipping is free on everything. I'm loyal to a point but if the same item is gonna cost me an extra $75 in delivery surcharges, I am forced to look elsewhere. When it's the same price, I always go to Tamraz because of great customer support.
As an example, I am saving my pennies right now for two new front AMD fenders. Through CarID, I'm gonna be able to have the pair at my door for about $150 cheaper than anyone else. That's $150 I can use for sealers and other supplies. Tamraz might work with me if I called but I don't feel too bad since I've given them quite a bit of business and will continue doing so.
The nice thing about eBay again is the ability to easily compare. I just bought a rear crossmember (the portion that the rear bumper bolts to). Tamraz and CarID had great pricing but I found another guy selling one for $130 shipped versus $200. It was an off brand but who cares since it will never see daylight. I checked it Against the original and it's perfect in every detail. Again, $70 saved for other metal or supplies. I never would have found that seller with that exact part had I not been looking through eBay. I suppose you could find it on eBay and then call the guy direct to see if he will sell it for less outside of eBay.