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Have you ever ordered truck parts online?

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Hello all! I need to buy some parts for my 2006 f150. The last decent parts shop was closed last month. There are two choices i'm facing right now: get in the car and drive 70 miles to the closest shop (need to check is it still exists though) or order parts online. I run into one website and they might have what I need. However I'm not accustomed to buy goods online. Have some of you had experience with this

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? They have some reviews here and there but I'm not a big believer in reviews. Or maybe you can drop a link to a website where you ordered parts. It'd be great

thanks in advance

 

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Try Rock Auto.  My brother uses them a lot for his truck and their car. This should be the right link

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Thank you! their website looks a little odd, as if they haven't updated it since 2001. However, I will go through the inventory and compare prices.

Thanks again!

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I agree with @MCT about Rockauto and I always check amazon as well although rockauto has the best pricing but you need to factor in the shipping to see if its still the best after that because retailers like Advance, Autozone, and O'Reilly will offer you free shipping and discount codes but the parts are higher priced. So check around and net it down to final costs after shipping and tax. The plus about going to a retailer is that if you need to exchange or return, it's easier.

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Just go to

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! A new online store with a lower price for the same product. And the BF is coming. It must surprise you once!

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Hey!!

You should choose VW Central, It is the best online shop for Audi, spare parts, and all auto parts and accessories. VWCentral is a premier supplier of car parts & can perform any repair you need. Check out now: 

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