Car Parts Store, (New Parts)?

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Car Parts Store, (New Parts)?

Post by lostjeremy » Wed Apr 03, 2019 6:07 pm

I've been around Psar Depo and seen all the second hand cleaned parts. I'm trying to find a store with new parts. They can be generic knockoffs as long as it's decent quality and not at dealer prices. Just simple things like ball joints, tie rods, end links, even air/oil filters. After all these years here I rarely miss conveniences of back home but I sure could use a Napa/O'Reileys/AutoZone type store about now. Anyone have a store they know of with new car parts?

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Re: Car Parts Store, (New Parts)?

Post by JerryCan » Wed Apr 03, 2019 6:48 pm

St. 128, I go to the guy at these coordinates between the Yokohama store and the leaf place (no idea what it actually is). He speaks English, his wife doesn't. I don't know what vehicle you have, but he's had basic stuff for your average Toyotas and Hyundais etc. No BMW or Merc things though.

https://www.google.com/maps/@11.5689622 ... 2!1b1!2i50
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Re: Car Parts Store, (New Parts)?

Post by pczz » Wed Apr 03, 2019 6:53 pm

A word of warning. Be careful where you get your oil and oil filters from. Some of the cheap copies literally break up or they are too dense and block the oil flow. Given the price of even an old heap here I just don;t think its worth the risk to use non genuine oil filters and decent oil
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Re: Car Parts Store, (New Parts)?

Post by lostjeremy » Wed Apr 03, 2019 7:08 pm

pczz wrote:A word of warning. Be careful where you get your oil and oil filters from. Some of the cheap copies literally break up or they are too dense and block the oil flow. Given the price of even an old heap here I just don;t think its worth the risk to use non genuine oil filters and decent oil
I agree. I wouldn't want a brand I don't know about.
In the US I used Fram filters for decades even though some people don't trust them I never had an issue.

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