Where do you buy your parts (and why)?

Where do you buy your Jeep parts?


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OrangeRuby

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Wondering where people buy their Jeep parts from (and why). Do you go different places for different things? Are you a ‘one-stop’ shopper? Recently had a not so good experience and looking for a new place to get gear from.





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And Northridge will price match. I found my 1800 winch on a sketchy website that I wouldn’t trust ordering from (not 4x4 related), and they matched it for $1500!!
 

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Fortunately Quadratec and Extreme Terrain are both about 10 minutes from me so I pick up as often as I can. Quadratec is often on backorder but they don’t let you know before you place the order online. Frustrating. But I like them both.
 

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  1. Dealership - No, overpriced.
  2. Extreme Terrain - I like some of there YT videos but have not purchased from them.
  3. Quadratec - occasionally if they are number 6
  4. 4WP - I find there website clumsy and going in you are hard pressed to get someone that knows much about Jeep, usually all lifted trucks gents.
  5. Northridge - a little more than occasionally. I find them helpful and good prices with a large variety of QUALITY parts selection.
  6. Wherever I can get the cheapest price. - this was my answer but really we should also include Amazon and some local site vendors as I buy from there as well.
  7. Local shop - hell no. My local shop is horrible. Owner owns a JK and doesn't know ANYTHING about the JL although he thinks he does.
  8. My Jeep was perfect from the factory, I would never add to it... - not so much. I have spent way too much to even count.
 

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It's usually find the part in want, thenb Google the part number and topically quadratec or Northridge had the best price but if the price is even with the manufacturers sure then I will order from the manufactures site as to give them the biggest cut off my money as I can.

Also crown had their outlet store in the same town as me so crown parts limited items from some good brands I can get for a little above cost
 

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Northridge 4x4
Quadratec

ORW usually offer the best prices.
My same go-to Big Three. ORW had my Fox shocks for the lowest price and then the forum discount.
 

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I've used Quadratec for most of my accessories, good customer service, knowledgeable, decent discounts. Helpful product installation videos too.
 

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Quadratec has some great stuff that they specifically make. Good fit and quality. To be honest, I usually try Amazon too. A lot of times it’s a few bucks more, but I get it same day or next (vs unknown shipping time).
 

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Justjeeps.com (a local Jeep warehouse in the GTA), 4WP, Quadratec, and Rock Spyder 4x4 - a local shop only a half dozen miles from my house.
 

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Can you ad @rivercityoffroad they consistently have best price when you factor forum discount, no tax, no shipping, and Marcus is really helpful on selecting products and educating you..
 

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Rockauto... because they’re the easiest and best place to find parts for a 23 year old Jeep. If I need to do the repair that day and can’t wait for shipping, then in this order:

NAPA
O’ Reilly
Autozone

...oh wait, you meant parts that you’re buying voluntarily, not just to get you to work the next day. Nevermind, I don’t buy those.
 

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My JKU started to fail after 70k miles due to extra stress. I called Northridge, and the assistance I received over the phone diagnosing front end issues was invaluable. Their knowledge base is impressive, and they've been helpful with every purchase.
 

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