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Old 09-30-2013, 08:37 AM
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Default reliable online store for auto parts?

need to get an a/c condensor for wife's 2004 jeep liberty.

i'v been burned on ebay and would prefer a reputable online store.

thanks for any help.

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sorry, need compressor -( not condensor) tnx
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I have used rock auto and advanced - check prices of a few after you google
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Rock Auto is quick and they seem to have more in-stock parts.
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I use Advance Auto and find some very big coupons for like 40% off a lot of items. Go to retailmenot.com and type in Advance Auto for the Coupons.
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I've had good luck with RockAuto.
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cool, thanks.
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Old 09-30-2013, 09:06 AM
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I have used Auto Parts Warehouse. They are pretty good. Also check Amazon if you have the part # just google the 'part # Amazon'
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Amazon and rockauto has worked well for me. Ordered a compressor off of rockauto about 6 months ago. So far no problems.
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Parts Geek has regional warehouses and had the best prices I had found.
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I have an advance right around the corner from me, but If I buy online and do a store pick up...I normally can find a promo code that'll get me 25-40% off...
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Originally Posted by richinct View Post
I have used Auto Parts Warehouse. They are pretty good. Also check Amazon if you have the part # just google the 'part # Amazon'
I ordered some "hard to find" e-brake cables (without the whole module) for my truck.... They came as advertised and quick.
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Originally Posted by LI Sound Grunt View Post
I have used rock auto and advanced - check prices of a few after you google
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Rock Auto is quick and they seem to have more in-stock parts.
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I've had good luck with RockAuto.
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http://www.retailmenot.com/view/rockauto.com

http://deallocker.com/coupon/rockauto.com/
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All of the above, amazon and rockauto. And if you can do it, advanced auto has ridiculous coupon deals too.
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Once your signed up with Rock Auto and they know your vehicles, they will email parts alerts for parts that are being clearanced out.
But of course you wont need that part at that time.
But ya might bank some parts if you plan on keeping the vehicle a long time.
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