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cheap parts are not the best option

When you are buying parts for your car, do you buy the cheapest that you can find? That is exactly what I did for years. When I installed new filters, I would choose the cheapest filter I could find and quickly put it in my car. After talking with my mechanic, I found that this was not the best practice when it comes to filters and many other parts. I created this blog to help others understand why the cheapest parts are not always the best parts for your car. Hopefully, you will make the same changes that I did to actually save yourself money in the long run.

3 Advantages To Choosing Used Auto Parts For Your Car Repairs

21 November 2022
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Many car repairs can be completed using used auto parts. In fact, many advantages come with choosing used auto parts over new replacement parts for your car repairs. Keep reading below to learn more about three of these advantages.  Advantage #1: Save Money Perhaps the most notable benefit of choosing used auto parts for your car repairs is the ability to save money. This is because compared to brand-new replacement parts, used auto parts can save you a significant amount of money. Read More …

3 Tips To Pick A Used Engine For A Project Car

13 July 2022
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There's a lot that goes into building a project car. While some people may be content with cleaning a car up and making a few modifications, others want to go a step (or several steps) further. If you're starting with a good base platform, installing a new (to you) engine may be an excellent option to take your project car to the next level. Buying a used engine can serve multiple purposes, from getting a more reliable, lower mileage engine to swapping in something much more powerful. Read More …

Are All Lead-Acid Batteries The Same?

10 March 2022
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If you're looking for batteries for your boat, you're likely to come across many different styles and types. While you may see numerous other terms, these batteries are all broadly classified into two types based on their internal chemistry: lead-acid or lithium-ion. Lead-acid batteries are the conventional style, while lithium-ion batteries are the new kids on the block. Although lithium-ion batteries have advantages, they're still costly, and sticking with lead-acid batteries may be a more cost-effective solution. Read More …