When Do Control Arms Need Replacing?

There are many reasons to replace the front or rear control arm assembly. The most common reason is either the bushing or the ball joint is worn out, while another reason is rust. A typical stamped steel control arm will show signs of rust and corrosion. The life expectancy can be shortened due to exposure to water and road salt. What types of control arms are there?

Complete Brake Solution

Our North American manufactured Premium Brake Pads are made to OE specifications including chamfering, slotting and sensors – the right fit the first time. Available in Posi-Met Metallic or PCT Ceramic premium low resin formulations providing exceptional braking performance. Why Choose AI Premium Brakes?

2018 Section 179 Deduction

This deduction is good on new and used equipment, as well as off-the-shelf software. To take the deduction for tax year 2018, the equipment must be financed or purchased and put into service between January 1, 2018 and the end of day on December 31,2018

Pro-STRUT: Effectively Restore Original Ride Feel

When the time comes to replace worn struts on your customer’s vehicle, there are many options on the market. Most professionals are opting for complete strut assemblies. These assemblies are made from 100% new components. The strut, strut mount, coil spring, boot, bump stop, and mounting hardware are all included. Read full Tech Tip here.

When Do Starters and Alternators Need Replacement?

Our 100% NEW starters and Alternators are built with premium components and are 100% computerized load tested prior to shipment. They are manufactured to meet or exceed OEM units in fit, form and function. Our OEF3 gives Professional Service Providers higher confidence in new as compared to remanufactured. We support 1,000 unique SKUs and they offer a lifetime warranty for professional installer’s peace of mind. How do you know when starters and alternators need replacement?