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What Auto Parts Store is the Best?

  1. #1
    BeeReBuddy African Astronaut [pimp your due marabout]
    I wanted to make this a poll but I don't know if their are regional names for stores or if some chains only operate in some places.
    Looking for you to post big name ones and why you picked them.
    Please don't be a retard with this.
    Quite frankly I find everything in auto parts stores where I am to be overpriced and generally not all that great.
    About the only thing I even drop into them anymore for is cheap shit that doesn't cost much even if the price is jacked up.

    What do you think?
  2. #2
    POLECAT POLECAT is a motherfucking ferret [my presentably immunised ammonification]
    the interweb,, its half price of any parts store,, i'll tell u more later but I just got to the rally and gotta go now.

    T R U M P 2Q2Q
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  3. #3
    BeeReBuddy African Astronaut [pimp your due marabout]
    Originally posted by POLECAT the interweb,, its half price of any parts store,, i'll tell u more later but I just got to the rally and gotta go now.

    T R U M P 2Q2Q

    Yeah but I am talking about physical locations.

    Have fun at your Trump Rally.
    Tell him I said Hi.
  4. #4
    Napa. They may be more for parts. But it’s not like auto Zone with refurbished parts.
  5. #5
    stl1 Naturally Camouflaged
    Any brick and mortar store is going to cost more than the internet. They have to make a profit in order to stay in business. They have rent and employees salaries to pay as well as maintenance and utilities, etc.

    You're paying for the convenience of being able to get that part you need on a Sunday so you can make it to work on Monday. You can also bring shit up on their computer to help you see what the problem might be. Auto Zone allows you the use of their diagnostic plug-in scanner to pull up and/or clear trouble codes.

    Sure, I'll order something cheaper from the net if the issue can wait, however, I'm sure glad the brick and mortar auto parts stores are there. I replaced my struts and shocks on my main driver this spring and bought the parts on-line. Now, I'd gladly go to Auto Zone if I broke a fan belt and the car wouldn't run without it and be thankful I could.
  6. #6
    BeeReBuddy African Astronaut [pimp your due marabout]
    Originally posted by stl1 Any brick and mortar store is going to cost more than the internet. They have to make a profit in order to stay in business. They have rent and employees salaries to pay as well as maintenance and utilities, etc.

    You're paying for the convenience of being able to get that part you need on a Sunday so you can make it to work on Monday. You can also bring shit up on their computer to help you see what the problem might be. Auto Zone allows you the use of their diagnostic plug-in scanner to pull up and/or clear trouble codes.

    Sure, I'll order something cheaper from the net if the issue can wait, however, I'm sure glad the brick and mortar auto parts stores are there. I replaced my struts and shocks on my main driver this spring and bought the parts on-line. Now, I'd gladly go to Auto Zone if I broke a fan belt and the car wouldn't run without it and be thankful I could.

    The question is what physical store is the best to go to.
    Damn.
  7. #7
    Riley's is a auto part store with many location. Advanced problems xan require. Visit to advance auto stores
  8. #8
    BeeReBuddy African Astronaut [pimp your due marabout]
    Originally posted by lickalotapuss Napa. They may be more for parts. But it’s not like auto Zone with refurbished parts.

    The origional post said "Plz don't go saying Napa" but I deleted it just to see which idiot would say it first.
    Maybe it is just the Napa I have been too.
    The Napa here it about the size of a large store restroom and everything feels dingey.
  9. #9
    stl1 Naturally Camouflaged
    Originally posted by BeeReBuddy The question is what physical store is the best to go to.
    Damn.



    The one that is closest to home usually.

    Going there wears out less shoe leather.
  10. #10
    Napa valley is famous for its auto parts
  11. #11
    stl1 Naturally Camouflaged
    And whine.

    Sorry, that's just the one BRB goes to.

    lol
  12. #12
    Originally posted by BeeReBuddy The origional post said "Plz don't go saying Napa" but I deleted it just to see which idiot would say it first.
    Maybe it is just the Napa I have been too.
    The Napa here it about the size of a large store restroom and everything feels dingey.
    There’s more than just the one Napa now days. Maybe if you went to one that was out of the ghetto side of town. You may find a cleaner Napa
  13. #13
    BeeReBuddy African Astronaut [pimp your due marabout]
    I use to always go to Orielly but the last few years everytime I go in there it seems like there is only 1 person sort of working and that the staff really doesn't seem to be in much of a hurry to do anything for a customer.

    My choices of stores is usually O'reilly, Advanced, or Autozone and they are all right next to each other.
    Lately I have just been going to Advanced but I still don't buy much of anything even when I do go.
    Half the time I walk in and see how much they are charging and I leave and go order it online.
    The Autozone is there and I have gone to it a couple times in the last year but honestly their prices are just the same.
    Id go to Autozone everytime but their location is just a hair off for it to be convenient for me.

    Now I have a Pep Boys near by and I haven't been in there in probably 6 or 7 years. I think I am going to go and see what their prices and selection looks like again.
  14. #14
    tHE fUCKING junkyard



    ASK YOUR ANSWERS
  15. #15
    Sophie Pedophile Tech Support
    Look i may have a degree in engineering but it's not mechanical engineering so i just throw money at the problem.
  16. #16
    Obbe Alan What? [annoy my right-angled speediness]
    They have a place called Pick 'n Pull which is basically a scrap yard, you find what you need in a junk car, pull it out yourself and then pay them to take it with you.
  17. #17
    Originally posted by Obbe They have a place called Pick 'n Pull which is basically a scrap yard, you find what you need in a junk car, pull it out yourself and then pay them to take it with you.

    Yes this is what I was REFERRING TO

    FUck a pull is only ONE SUCH CHAIN of junkyard, there are others that you can find which have different names and shit, a good place to look at is ROW FIFTY FUCKING two.

    https://row52.com/Search

    In other irrelevant news, a sample of wine was analyzed via flame atomic absorption to have a fucking concentration of fucking iron of fucking 4.4ppm.

    ASK YOUR ANSWERS

  18. #18
    Originally posted by BeeReBuddy Yeah but I am talking about physical locations.

    Pick-a-part
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