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Old 04-24-2012, 09:46 AM   #1
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Minor Wreck this AM - Any tips for getting shops to use aftermarket parts for repairs

I got into a minor incident this morning ... still not 100% sure what happened but here is my best account of it.

I was driving up the highway in the left lane, passing a semi in the right lane (only two lanes on this highway). Suddenly there is a huge cloud of dust/dirt/smoke/whatever and debris flying all over. At this point I'm flat out mashing the brake pedal (NT05s held the road very well btw) but still hit some debris. It didn't sound/feel bad at all so I just assume at this point that it was a blown tire from the semi since he had no load and was pulling off the road.

I keep driving to work and right before I make the last turn I hear some loud banging and feel some serious bumps. My first thought is that whatever I hit comprimised one of the drag radials and it blew, so I babied it down the road and went to make the turn on the road I work on. That wasn't so much of a turn as a controlled slide, which I knew meant I had lost a tie rod. I managed to limp it into the maintenance entrance and here's what I found.

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So it looks like I'm in for a new front valence, tie rod (and all the fun that comes with it), splash guards, fender, and rocker panel. I think the only thing I could "upgrade" is the valence to a GT/CS. Any tips on "coercing" the shop to do this?
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First off, get the gt/cs. I just added mine and looks amazing. Second, i also had a run in on the highway with a rock to my front fender.. Not fun seeing ur brand new car messed up. I feel for ya! Also i think there are some decent side skirts out there that look nice and wont run u more than a shop. As for the tie rod, unless ur a mechanic. Have a shop do it right and bite the bullet
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I'm sure that with it being an OE style part they wouldn't have much issue installing it as long as you tell them the part to order. If insurance is payin for it I don't see why they would care. Give them a part number and tell them it's what you want.

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It is all about how you can work with your ins. adjuster. If you having body shop do it you may be able to work it to pay the diff. in the 2 types and he will keep it on the dl and do it for ya. Good luck man. I think it's do-able
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When I hit a deer with my Dakota R/T I just told the insurance agency which body shop I wanted to use. They estimated the cost of repairs and sent the body shop a check for the amount. I went to the body shop and asked if there's a way he could work things out so that I could get a ram air hood to replace the stock hood. So he replaced the hood with a fiberglass ram air hood. Just tell them you want the factory grill/assembly replaced with a factory cs assembly. If it's all about the same price I'm sure they'll do it. You can even have the insurance place cut you a check. Just tell them you're gonna repair it yourself. I did that once also. My gf at the times grandfathers house burned and it put tiny black specs from the ashes in my paint. So I had them cut me a check and me and a friend did a custom flame paint job with the money instead of letting a body shop charge the same price for a normal paint job.
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So I went back to the road where the object came loose and did most of the damage ... this was laying nearby. It's hard to believe it didn't do more damage! I think the only reason it didn't was that I was going relatively slow, ~35MPH.

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Makes me wonder what kind of damage I can't see yet
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Dang your lucky, well not really but it looks like it coulda been way worse. One rock and i needed a new fender, course i was doing like 70..
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Dang your lucky, well not really but it looks like it coulda been way worse. One rock and i needed a new fender, course i was doing like 70..
Yeah, could have been MUCH worse. I'm VERY lucky that it got lodged in there and hung on until I was going much slower. If that would have come through the windshield I probably wouldn't be typing this ...
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Yeah, could have been MUCH worse. I'm VERY lucky that it got lodged in there and hung on until I was going much slower. If that would have come through the windshield I probably wouldn't be typing this ...
No kidding, glad you're ok brother
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All depends on insurance. But let them do estimate and cut you the check. Then take to body shop and have them order the parts you want. You can usually get the parts cheaper then they can.
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All depends on insurance. But let them do estimate and cut you the check. Then take to body shop and have them order the parts you want. You can usually get the parts cheaper then they can.
Wasn't really an option to do it that way. I had to have it towed from my client's parking lot and I live about 25 miles from where the tie rod gave out.
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You need to check local truck repair shops and find that truck that threw the driveshaft. He is responsible for your damage! Find him and make a police report. Things like that don't just fall off. It's the truckers job to pre trip his truck every time he starts his day and that includes checking the yolk of the driveshaft. I check mine everyday. I don't want to be the cause of damaging someones car or worse yet, someone or some family not making it home. He needs to be aware of what his carelessness has done. Btw, when they change the tie rod, be sure they replace the inner and outer tie rods to be on the safe side.
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You need to check local truck repair shops and find that truck that threw the driveshaft. He is responsible for your damage! Find him and make a police report. Things like that don't just fall off. It's the truckers job to pre trip his truck every time he starts his day and that includes checking the yolk of the driveshaft. I check mine everyday. I don't want to be the cause of damaging someones car or worse yet, someone or some family not making it home. He needs to be aware of what his carelessness has done. Btw, when they change the tie rod, be sure they replace the inner and outer tie rods to be on the safe side.
I can't prove that this is the piece of debris that damaged my car, nor do I have any hope of finding him. I'm just taking a big one up the *** here and I've pretty much come to terms with it. The copious amount of whiskey I'll drink after work will help with the coping process.
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You're far more level headed than I. I woulda been out for blood! When a fruit truck forced me out of my lane and into another car you better believe I pulled that guy out of his truck and showed him what he caused and his insurance paid for it too even though he didn't even hit me.
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You're far more level headed than I. I woulda been out for blood! When a fruit truck forced me out of my lane and into another car you better believe I pulled that guy out of his truck and showed him what he caused and his insurance paid for it too even though he didn't even hit me.
If I had known how ****ed up my car was on the highway ... we might have been having a similar incident. I really didn't think there was any damage and had already created a complete cluster**** on the highway by my brakestand trying to not hit anything. I just wanted to get back to a safe distance and speed from the rest of traffic and get to work on time.
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Holy crap, sorry to hear that, glad to hear you are okay. Hopefully you can get the GT/CS...
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You need to check local truck repair shops and find that truck that threw the driveshaft. He is responsible for your damage! Find him and make a police report. Things like that don't just fall off. It's the truckers job to pre trip his truck every time he starts his day and that includes checking the yolk of the driveshaft. I check mine everyday. I don't want to be the cause of damaging someones car or worse yet, someone or some family not making it home. He needs to be aware of what his carelessness has done. Btw, when they change the tie rod, be sure they replace the inner and outer tie rods to be on the safe side.
Absolutely correct. Similar thing happened to me. Semi vs. S10. I sued the truck co.(small claims). A lot of b.s. But they ended up cutting me a check for repairs. Save u the $500 deduct
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The car was (finally) appraised today and the damages come in at $2974.77.

I also had the shop look in to ordering the GT/CS valence but it would cost me $200 out of pocket to get it. The cheapest that Ford would sell it to them for was $250 and the insurance company is only paying $50 for the GT lower valence. I'm probably going to go ahead and pass on it for that price, I'm stinging pretty hard from the $500 deductible that I have to pay as is ...
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some places will just take the amt insurance gave you and let you pay the extra for new parts~
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some places will just take the amt insurance gave you and let you pay the extra for new parts~
That's what they're doing ... so I would have to pay $200 for the $250 GT/CS valence. Somehow they can order the GT valence for $50, but the GT/CS can't be ordered that way even though it's an OEM part.
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The car was (finally) appraised today and the damages come in at $2974.77.

I also had the shop look in to ordering the GT/CS valence but it would cost me $200 out of pocket to get it. The cheapest that Ford would sell it to them for was $250 and the insurance company is only paying $50 for the GT lower valence. I'm probably going to go ahead and pass on it for that price, I'm stinging pretty hard from the $500 deductible that I have to pay as is ...
That sucks, no way they could find one at a junkyard or something...
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That sucks, no way they could find one at a junkyard or something...
This shop wouldn't use anything but new parts.
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This shop wouldn't use anything but new parts.
That sucks even worse...
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That sucks even worse...
I don't know that it's a bad thing.
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I don't know that it's a bad thing.
No it isn't, they are going to but it back together again using stock parts. But any chance to upgrade is a plus, it's just a shame the shop won't work with you.
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No it isn't, they are going to but it back together again using stock parts. But any chance to upgrade is a plus, it's just a shame the shop won't work with you.
What do you mean? They're more than willing to work with me and would give me credit for the money the insurance company paid toward the GT valence if I decided to get the GT/CS valence. They just can't order the part for less than $250, that's what FORD is charging them for it.
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Glad u r good to go and u r alive. That is ridiculous and I still can't figure out what that is that broke off the semi.
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Glad u r good to go and u r alive. That is ridiculous and I still can't figure out what that is that broke off the semi.
It's a jack shaft... connects the front and rear driveshafts. At least that's what I was told by a mechanic friend. It's heavy as fawk... surprised it didn't do more damage. Looks like it did take out my AC condenser though since it's being replaced per the estimate.
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What do you mean? They're more than willing to work with me and would give me credit for the money the insurance company paid toward the GT valence if I decided to get the GT/CS valence. They just can't order the part for less than $250, that's what FORD is charging them for it.
By using a used part versus new. I guess it comes down to liability with using used parts.
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By using a used part versus new. I guess it comes down to liability with using used parts.
I really don't want used parts from unknown origins on my car anyways ...
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I really don't want used parts from unknown origins on my car anyways ...
True, good point.
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Talked to the shop today, engine cradle is damaged also and they are recommending a replacement. Wheel also has minor damage. Bad times.



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Talked to the shop today, engine cradle is damaged also and they are recommending a replacement. Wheel also has minor damage. Bad times.


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