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Save on Shocks & Struts at RockAuto

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24 Jul 2020 16:11 #41628 by RockAuto
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Parts manufacturers fiercely compete for the limited shelf space. Sometimes a part manufacturer will even agree to buy up all a chain store's existing inventory if the chain store agrees to switch to the part manufacturer's brand. The part manufacturer then is in the awkward position of owning a bunch of their competitors' parts. Many of those parts end up being "Wholesaler Closeout" parts at RockAuto.com. RockAuto customers benefit by getting access to name-brand Wholesaler Closeout parts for a fraction of the original price.

RockAuto.com now has an especially broad selection of Wholesaler Closeout ride control products by Gabriel. "Wholesaler Closeout" means these shocks & struts have prices that would have been considered fantastic forty years ago! You can find Gabriel Shock Absorbers, Struts and Strut / Coil Spring / Mount Assemblies in the “Suspension” category of the RockAuto.com catalog for whatever you drive.

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To see a full list of all the Wholesaler Closeout parts available for your vehicle(s) that can probably all ship in the same box, click the RSS icon after selecting your vehicle’s engine size in the RockAuto.com catalog , and then click on the HTML icon next to "Love a Bargain?" As with all Wholesaler Closeouts, quantities are limited, so act fast!

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26 Jul 2020 09:21 #41676 by Noah
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Is that how I ended up with a $160 Monroe strut for my Ridgeline that makes more noise than the junk one I took out with little to no recourse that wouldn't involve spending a substantial amount of money to return and downtime of my truck waiting for a replacement?

Too much plus more equals just right.

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