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Car owners are always looking for a good deal, and that's especially true when it comes to maintenance and repairs. As a Ford owner, you have two choices for the types of parts that you get for your vehicle. One is called Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) and the other is aftermarket. OEM parts often have a higher upfront cost - up to 60% more than aftermarket parts - but there is a lot more to consider when deciding if OEM parts or aftermarket parts are the better choice.


We exclusively use OEM parts, and we do so for many reasons. Quality, safety, and reliability are good reasons to go with OEM parts, which are the only car components that are industry-certified and guaranteed. OEM parts are made to replace every component in your Ford, whether it's big or small, and we have an extensive inventory of components to meet your needs. If by chance we don't have the part you're looking for, just let us know what you need, and we'll get the part as soon as possible.

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What are the Benefits of OEM Parts vs Aftermarket Parts?

Higher Quality from OEM Manufacturers

There are many ways in which OEM and aftermarket parts differ, and one is in their quality. OEM parts are the only kind that are of a guaranteed quality, as they are the only parts that are backed by an industry guarantee. When you get an OEM part, you can rest assured that the part you get will be at least as good as the part that it's replacing, since the part is made by the manufacturer who made your vehicle.

Sometimes, a replacement part will be even better than the original! In contrast, there is no quality guarantee with aftermarket parts, as they are produced by a third party supplier. They are essentially the generic equivalent to a name brand product. The quality of aftermarket parts is notorious for varying widely, which means that you can get a part that works fine, but you can also end up with a part that's no good.

Great Support For the Future

OEM Brakes and Parts

When you buy an OEM part for your car, you will also sometimes get a warranty that certifies the part will last up until a certain period of time. The standard limited warranty period for parts generally is one year, but it's not uncommon to get a part with an even longer warranty. Furthermore, many parts have a nationally recognized warranty.

Identical Parts Made for Your Vehicle

Easy Brake Installations

Since OEM parts are designed to be identical to the part they replace, you don't have to worry about them fitting improperly. They are the only kind of part that will ensure your car performs and functions at least as good as it did before, if not better. Since aftermarket parts are generic in design, they can fit poorly and take some trial and error to replace the original. When you go to have a part replaced in the future, life for you and your mechanic is much easier if you are replacing an OEM part, as you know that the part will fit your car and be built to last when it is installed.


Parts Hours

  • Monday 7:00am - 6:00pm
  • Tuesday 7:00am - 6:00pm
  • Wednesday 7:00am - 6:00pm
  • Thursday 7:00am - 6:00pm
  • Friday 7:00am - 6:00pm
  • Saturday 7:00am - 6:00pm
  • Sunday Closed