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    D50 parts from Amayama?

    Hey guys- I can't seem to figure out how to look for D50 parts on Amayama. They don't seem to have a link for Mighty Max, D50, Ram 50, L200 or anything like that.
    Has anybody figured it out?

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    Try clicking PAJERO 1st gen @ https://www.amayama.com/en

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maxedoubt View Post
    Hey guys- I can't seem to figure out how to look for D50 parts on Amayama. They don't seem to have a link for Mighty Max, D50, Ram 50, L200 or anything like that.
    Has anybody figured it out?
    Amayama searches for Mitsubishi parts are limited to JDM models. Export models like MM and Ram/D 50 are excluded. You're best bet is to find the part number and search Amayama using that. Use websites like Mitsubishi Parts Warehouse or Mopar Parts Giant to find P/Ns, then search Amayama and other foreign sources.

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    Thanks for the replies. I thought for sure the MMax would have been sold in Japan, probably under a different name.

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    [QUOTE=xboxrox;85108]Try clicking PAJERO 1st gen @ https://www.amayama.com/en

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