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Hello everyone. A month ago my truck dropped a valve on the exhaust side, we got it all torn down. Now I am trying to get the parts I need to put it back together and I just can't seem to find a good outlet for parts. Seems like nobody wants to be bothered. So anybody know of good outlet for e9 parts. The truck is a 85 superliner 500hp. I appreciate any and all info. Thanks.

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Yep PAI has everything you need, just find a local PAI distributor, I would have found one close to you but you dont list your location.

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Thanks for the reply. The truck really doesn't run hard that often. I've been noticing that ita not been making full boost down 5-7 psi thought it might a been the charge air but normal smoke,but the truck hasn't been pullin like it normally did. Then the valve went.

I tried looking up pai dealers on there website but I can't find nothing. Could someone point me in the right direction? Thanks 24vman.

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Quite a few Mack "service dealers" dealers in the northeast are also PAI dealers.

But they charge Mack prices, wanted to get some wheel studs a couple weeks ago, $2.65 PAI price via Fleet Pride (about 4 days) had to order, Mack had 10 in stock for $10.75 each, bought just what I needed, the package said PAI, nice mark up.

Robert

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But they charge Mack prices, wanted to get some wheel studs a couple weeks ago, $2.65 PAI price via Fleet Pride (about 4 days) had to order, Mack had 10 in stock for $10.75 each, bought just what I needed, the package said PAI, nice mark up.

OK. I hadn't run into that around here (yet).

Jim

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But they charge Mack prices, wanted to get some wheel studs a couple weeks ago, $2.65 PAI price via Fleet Pride (about 4 days) had to order, Mack had 10 in stock for $10.75 each, bought just what I needed, the package said PAI, nice mark up.

You gotta get set up on a better price code at a dealer, I got a whole E9 filter kit for $42 the other day.

"Any Society that would give up a little LIBERTY to gain a little SECURITY will Deserve Neither and LOSE BOTH" -Benjamin Franklin

"If your gonna be STUPID, you gotta be TOUGH"

"You cant always get what you want, but if you try sometimes you get what you need"

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