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02-09-2013 15:13:09

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sg wish I could say the same,the last 2-4 packs of Autolites I got had nascar crap on them and made in china. Has anybody ever seen a person from china who was spending money at nascar? NO.

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02-09-2013 15:21:04

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 Re: TSC in reply to L.B,, 02-09-2013 15:13:09  
Ah but now days how much stuff can you buy that does not have something from China in it or on it etc.

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02-10-2013 01:05:34

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 Re: TSC in reply to old, 02-09-2013 15:21:04  
First thing I do is Google in say ign points,oil filters on and on what ever you are looking for made in USA. It takes some doing sometimes but I do it. Northern Tools catalog even says if USA or import. I have bought parts from this site, and others but there is a place that sells made in the USA parts for Ns it is called West Star and they have import and some USA parts and when you order they will tell you before you buy if you ask. I never ever buy from harbor freight. Now I do get stuff from the dollar store it is easy quick and best of all it aint walmart.Disposable razors,tooth paste, aluminum foil and more are made in the USA. It can be done. You are right about all the junk with china on it and ya got no choice sometimes. Even Milwaukee power tools are now made in china,so when I saw that I just started buying Ryobis at home depot cheap and disposable. Give it a try on google sometime and Thanks

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02-10-2013 09:28:41

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 Re: TSC in reply to L.B,, 02-10-2013 01:05:34  
I got a laugh a few weeks ago. Saw a Chev truck that had a bumper sticker on it that said keep my flag off you Japaneses car. Reason I laughed was the car I drive a Toyota is in fact made in the U.S. and the truck that guy was driving is not but made in Candain (sp) or Mexico

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02-10-2013 12:36:19

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 Re: TSC in reply to old, 02-10-2013 09:28:41  
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Just got a new Chevy truck. Built entirely ine the U.S.A., with 95% U.S.A. sourced parts. 100% of the profits stayed right here in the U.S.A. Can you say that about your Toyota?

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02-17-2013 04:55:51

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 Re: TSC in reply to MisterT, 02-10-2013 12:36:19  
If the US makers made what I want I might consider it.I was truck shopping last fall and NO US manufacturer will put a manual transmission in a base model. 4 cylinder or V6 with a stick shift can only be had from Toyota or Nissan to replace my Ranger.I almost bought a Jeep but settled on a used Dakota.My dad only had GMCs but after GM closed the Oshawa truck plant I don"t feel any loyalty.

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02-10-2013 13:24:35

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 Re: TSC in reply to MisterT, 02-10-2013 12:36:19  
No but my Toyota is so old it has been many parts from here as needed. Many Chev's are not 100% U.S.A. made shoot some have Jap engines in them may by Toyota

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