Advance Auto Parts is headquartered in Roanoke, Virginia and is now the largest retailer of automotive replacement parts and accessories in the United States by store count with over 5,200 company-owned and 1,300 independently owned stores.
Amazon.com, is an American electronic commerce and cloud computing company that was founded by Jeff Bezos. It is the largest Internet-based retailer in the world by total sales and market capitalization now selling auto parts.
Auto Parts Warehouse (APW) is an American online retailer of automotive parts and accessories for cars, vans, trucks, and sport utility vehicles. It is one of the flagship websites of U.S. Auto Parts Network.
AutoZone is the second largest retailer of aftermarket automotive parts and accessories in the United States and has over 5,324 stores across the United States, Mexico, and Brazil. The company is based in Memphis, Tennessee.
BuyAutoParts.com is one of the leading auto parts distributors worldwide. They focus on meeting customer needs through their extensive selection of quality auto parts, American customer service, and industry-leading warranties.
Federated Auto Parts is a nationally known distribution network of auto parts and many other products. Many independently owned auto parts stores are part of the Federated Auto Parts distribution program.
FleetPride specializes in selling Parts and providing Services for heavy-duty trucks and trailers. Expanding from 37 locations in 1999 to nearly 300 today across 46 states servicing Heavy-Duty vehicles including trucks, buses and HD equipment.
The National Automotive Parts Association (NAPA), also known as NAPA Auto Parts, founded in 1925, is an American retailers' cooperative distributing automotive replacement parts, accessories and service items in North America.
O’Reilly Auto Parts is an American auto parts retailer that provides automotive aftermarket parts, tools, supplies, equipment, and accessories in the United States serving both the professional service providers and do-it-yourself customers.
The Parts Authority is one of the largest distributors of automotive and truck parts on the East Coast. Parts Authority has locations in New York, New Jersey, Washington DC, Arizona, Maryland, Georgia, and California.
Controlled by investor Carl Icahn, Pep Boys sells tires, automotive repair, and auto parts for the Do-It-Yourselfer, has commercial auto parts delivery; and provides fleet maintenance to customers across the U.S.
Having my Ford Fairlane repaired this weekend, and the shop has asked me to find a drag link bushing for them. Looked around the internet and the image provided is the best I’ve found. It’s for the left side control arm. Wondering if it is the correct part.
For aftermarket I would go with Raybestos or Wagner. If you have an Advance store, try a set of CARQUEST Platinum. Make sure your rear brakes are good, may be overworking your fronts or those OE pads are just extremely dusty.
I have 09 Tacoma. Their OEM pads are great for stopping power, but they leave a dark residue on the wheel cover. Any of you gentlemen have any suggs?
I typically get 4o,000 plus out of a set of OEM pads. Like I said, they stop good, and they're easy on the rotors.
Thanks in advance.
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