4 Ways To Save Money On Pick-Up Truck Equipment

Posted on: 26 April 2015

If you are a pick-up truck owner, you are probably always looking for ways to get more out of our vehicle. You might be looking to install a toolbox, for example, or you might want a towing bar so that you can tow things with your vehicle. Regardless, you might have noticed that truck equipment can be expensive, and you could be wondering how you can cut costs. Luckily, following these tips can help you save.
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Suffering From A Graduation Gift Dilemma? Solve It At Your Local Auto Parts Store!

Posted on: 31 March 2015

No matter what retailers would like you to believe, finding the perfect gift for friends and relatives who are graduating from high school is not always fun and exciting. Purchasing trendy items like clothing and music can be very risky, unless you know the recipient well enough to know their sizes and personal tastes. Traditional gifts, like a pen and pencil set are apt to met with a polite "thank you"
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Five Small Parts You Should Only Buy From A Salvage Yard

Posted on: 27 March 2015

When people think about getting the parts they need to repair their car at a salvage yard, they often only think about large parts. There are often many great smaller parts that can be found at a salvage yard for very inexpensive prices as well. The following guide will help you remember a few small parts you can also get from a salvage yard. Mirrors Both side and rear-view mirrors can be found at a salvage yard.
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The Game Of Blame | Car Component Suspects Typically Blamed When The Transmission Is Guilty

Posted on: 25 March 2015

The last thing any car owner wants to hear from the mechanic is that there is a possibility their transmission has seen better days. This is because transmission demise can rank right up there with an engine failure when it comes to the complexity of the repair, and the price is also sometimes hard to swallow. Because car owners rarely want to hear of such a problem, they will often wrongly accuse other vehicle components entirely.
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