Kamal, depends on what parts you look for. Australia and New Zealand have a lot of second hand parts.
Europe has a lot of NOS parts but the interior dash and centre fascia parts are not interchangeable because they are LH drive.
Also remember that the size of the part will cost a small fortune to ship.
You can join these FB pages as they are specifically for CB2 626.
Australian page: https://www.facebook.com/groups/266014573758441/
European page: https://www.facebook.com/groups/184887451593851/
Power Stop, USA Standard Gear and WJB all have rebates expiring at the end of March. There is still time to take advantage of these rebates!
- Get up to $30 with purchase of one or two Stock Replacement (Daily Driver) or Evolution Geomet (Coated) Power Stop Brake Kits.
USA Standard Gear
- Get $50 back with purchase of USA Standard Gear Differential Kits.
- WJB is offering RockAuto customers a 10% instant rebate on their entire line of parts.
ACDelco and AMS also have current rebates running. Taking advantage of these and other rebates is easy. Just go to the ("Promotions and Rebates") page or look up your vehicle in the RockAuto online catalog and watch for the little yellow star next to the part names.
Just to followup, new drive is in.And endurance tested. Should be faster and fingers crossed less stability issues. Raid is lovely for replication, but Im wondering A) if our controller is outdated or B) if the drives have hit their limit. Probably TMI, on the details, but new drive is shipping out tomorrow. And hopefully will be installed by the weekend! In some ways were downsizing! However the speed of the new drive is ridiculous. So the forum should be even quicker as of next week.
Thank you for your patience, and apologies for the inconvenience, this site is a tremendous resource and we will ensure it lives on!
BTW: I'm going to take back all the existing (4) drives and raid controller for testing. If they are okay, we may have a little SSD giveaway to celebrate some new stability to the forum
Your not imaging things. Its an issue. The raid controller I purchased a few years back seems to be struggling and boot looping the server frequently, I'm not sure if its the (4) 850 evo's or the raid controller itself. I'm going to remove the controller and drives and have them sent back to me for analysis and testing, I need to identify if its the drives or the controller however both are a bit dated at this point.
I gave up chasing my tail with the now becoming outdated LSI 9260i and 850 evo's, and ordered a 970 evo NVME SSD and adapter for the server which in theory will deliver higher performance then the raid adapter without the unnecessary overhead and complexity.
As long as our colocation host is okay with me sending parts during COVID 19 pandemic is on the run we should have a more reliable setup within the next week or so.